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  • Watch Joe Perry's Return to Hollywood Vampires
    Nearly two weeks after Joe Perry collapsed backstage during a concert in Brooklyn, the guitarist returned to the Hollywood Vampires Friday for the band's gig in Rohnert Park, California."Joe is back!," the supergroup proclaimed on Twitter Thursday, trumpeting the return of their guitarist who missed five concerts plus a charity performance after dealing with a serious bout of "dehydration and exhaustion." At that Brooklyn concert July 10th, video caught Perry stumbling offstage after one song where he spent the majority of the performance sitting on the drum riser...
  • See Arcade Fire's David Bowie Tribute at Panorama Fest
    Arcade Fire performed their first U.S. show of 2016 Friday night at the opening day of New York's inaugural Panorama Festival. Immediately following their headlining set, the group and guests the Preservation Hall Jazz Band teamed up for a second line tribute to David Bowie similar to the one they staged in New Orleans soon after the music icon's January death.This time around, Win Butler and company performed Bowie's "Heroes," "Suffragette City" and "Rebel Rebel" with instruments in hand as the second line navigated through the crowd at Randalls Island, with a large screen projecting an image of Bowie on the 'Heroes' cover.In January, less than a week after Bowie's death, Arcade Fire and the Preservation Hall Jazz Band coordinated a traditional second line parade through the streets of New Orleans to memorialize the rock legend, a tribute that also received the blessing of the Bowie estate. Two months later, Butler performed Bowie's "Fame" as part of a all-star superjam at the Okeechobee Festival in Florida."David Bowie was one of the band's earliest supporters and champions," the group said in a statement at the time of Bowie's death. "He not only created the world that made it possible for our band to exist, he welcomed us into it with grace and warmth. We will take to the grave the moments we shared; talking, playing music and collaborating as some of the most profound and memorable moments of our lives. A true artist even in his passing, the world is more bright and mysterious because of him, and we will continue to shout prayers into the atmosphere he created."RelatedArcade Fire on Bowie: 'The World Is More Bright Because of Him'Watch Arcade Fire's Win Butler Sing David Bowie's 'Fame' at All-Star JamWatch Arcade Fire's New David Bowie Tribute Clip
  • David Bowie's 'American Phase' Features on 'Who Can I Be Now?' Box Set
    The full details of David Bowie's Who Can I Be Now? – a box set that collects the rock legend's works from his 1974 to 1976 "American phase" as well as his unreleased LP The Gouster – have been revealed. Due out September 23rd, the box set arrives in a variety of formats – including a 13-LP, 12-CD box or digital download – that features newly remastered versions of Bowie albums like 1974's Diamond Dogs, 1975's Young Americans and 1976's Station to Station, plus the live LPs David Live from 1974 and Live Nassau Coliseum '76...
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