LOOKING UP La exitosa banda Platense llega a La Trastienda La joven y exitosa banda Platense de pop/rock presenta un show imperdible! Looking Up la joven y exitosa banda surgida en la ciudad de La Plata llega a La Trastienda con un show único de la mano de Club Media Network. Presentarán su segundo EP "Somos Dos" lanzarán el video del single Ella (su primer corte difusión) y además prometen recorrer los éxitos de su carrera que tanto enloquecen a sus fans. Elegida por Fifth Harmony para…
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"Before we started the last tour, we decided to go out before the record came out so that fans who have been into us for years could see us in smaller clubs before it got any bigger. It took years off of our lives to go on tour for so long, but it was worth it... we don’t know what it’s like to be on an arena rock tour yet, or even if we’re going to. I don’t know. We did a short tour with the Chili Peppers & played arenas & it was really weird, like playing on a different planet." -Kurt…
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Mumford & Sons abandon banjos and plug in, pointlessly
Review: Mumford & Sons abandon banjos and plug in, Adding absolutely nothing to the vast canon of generic modern arena rock, this rebranding is pointless. With "Wilder Mind, Mumford & Sons have morphed from a band that’s easy to either love or hate into a band that’s hard to care much about at all." Music Review · The A.V. Club
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Schaefer Music Festival-The Who at Wollman Skating Rink in Central Park 40 Years Ago Today
The F+M Schaefer Brewing Co. sponsored a series of concerts each summer at the WOLLMAN SKATING RINK IN CENTRAL PARK. Hilly Kristal (1932-2007), who at the time owned the club Hilly’s in Greenwich Village and later opened CBGB, co-founded the Schaefer Music Festival with producer Ron Delsner. Say what you want about arena rock, corporate sponsorship, big name breweries or performers & their labels – but I don’t think anyone was getting rich on these gigs. Tickets were $1.00 each in 1967-1968.