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Foo Fighters Announce First Live Shows of 2023.

Despite the tragic loss of drummer Taylor Hawkins, Foo Fighters remain undaunted - and have released the dates for their first live shows of 2023.

Announcing last week that the band would continue on, but as a "different band", the Foos have signed on for a couple of concert dates - including a headlining gig at Bonnaroo in June. It's not known who will man the drum set for the band, but lead singer Dave Grohl is also a drummer - and the band has several tight connections with famous drummers like Josh Freese and Rufus Taylor. The concert dates announced so far include:

  • May 26: Boston Calling, Boston, Massachusetts 
  • May 28: Sonic Temple - Columbus, Ohio
  • June 6: Bonnaroo - Manchester, Tennessee

No doubt more dates will be added in the near future. 

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The 2023 Sonic Temple Lineup is Out.

It's been a huge week for music festivals, as several major events have announced their lineups, including BonnarooCoachella, and Sonic Temple.

The Columbus, Ohio, event boasts some of the biggest names in hard rock, including Avenged Sevenfold, Tool, Kiss, Foo Fighters, and many more. Tickets go on sale Friday - and the event is May 25-28.

The complete list of performers:

Thursday, May 25: Tool, Godsmack, Beartooth, Bullet For My Valentine, Pennywise, Bad Omens, Suicidal Tendencies, Fever 333, Anti-Flag, Joey Valence & Brae, Bones UK, Ho99o9, The Warning, Oxymorrons, Angel Du$t, Bloodwood, Wargasm, Malevolence, Bastardane, OTTTO

Friday, May 26: Avenged Sevenfold, Queens of the Stone Age, Chevelle, I Prevail, Knocked Loose, Sleeping With Sirens, Badflower, Dorothy, Black Stone Cherry, Converge, Born of Osiris, Band-Maid, Lilith Czar, Des Rocs, Mothica, Fame on Fire, Dayseeker, Vended, Mike’s Dead

Saturday, May 27: KISS, Rob Zombie, Falling in Reverse, Puscifer, Trivium, Black Veil Brides, Rival Sons, Yelawolf Presents: Sometimes Y, Avatar, Senses Fail, From Ashes To New, Giovannie & The Hired Guns, Brutus, Dead Poet Society, The Violent, Point North, Tallah, Varials, Tigercub, Capital Theatre

Sunday, May 28: Foo Fighters, Deftones, Sublime with Rome, Jawbreaker, The Pretty Reckless, Awolnation, Nothing More, Grandson, White Reaper, Filter, Ayron Jones, The Bronx, Poorstacy, Zero 9:36, New Year's Day, Nova Twins, Bob Vylan, Aeir, Starcrawler

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Kendrick Lamar, Foo Fighters, and ODESZA are headlining Bonnaroo in June. 

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A new study found listening to music has probably helped many people deal with pandemic-related stress in the last few years, especially when covid first hit.



Quote, "Listening to music in daily life was significantly associated with lower levels of stress during the [lockdowns]."



U2 will "reinterpret" 40 of their songs on their next album, "Songs of Surrender." 

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Jelly Roll Is Filled with Gratitude about His First Number One Song


Jelly Roll hit up Facebook to celebrate "Son of a Sinner" becoming his first Number One country hit. He thanked many people in the write-up, but this sums up his feelings. Quote, "I'm so filled with gratitude as tears stream down my face while I type this. I currently have the #1 song on country radio." 

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Los Angeles Premiere Of "Studio 666" - After Party

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