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Bruce Springsteen has rush released a new video for the title track of his new EP, American Beauty. The performance clip, which was directed by "The Boss'" longtime in-house filmmaker Thom Zimny, was shot last Saturday (April 19th) prior to the E Street Band's Charlotte, North Carolina show.
Bruce Springsteen says that 50 years into his performing career, hitting the stage every night never fails to excite and inspire him: "It's like you come out and you fall in love every night in some way. When you're doing it right, it's like a rebirth, y'know? It's not a repetition -- it's a renewal -- so that involves something happening every night for the first time. And, amazingly enough, it's like your first kiss in that there's something in playing. There were thousands of other times, but still when you come out there's some element of the first time that's very, very present. And it keeps you very open and present and it's what people feel." : April 24 - Raleigh, NC - PNC Arena April 26 - Atlanta, GA - Aaron's Amphitheatre At Lakewood April 29 - Sunrise, FL - BB&T Center May 1 - Tampa, FL - MidFlorida Credit Union Amphitheatre May 3 - New Orleans, LA - New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival - Fairgrounds Racecourse May 6 - Houston, TX - Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion May 13 - Albany, NY - Times Union Center May 14 - Hershey, PA - Hersheypark Stadium May 17, 18 - Uncasville, CT - Mohegan Sun Arena
Despite Robert Plant revealing last year that he wasn't the one keeping a Led Zeppelin reunion from happening -- it now seems that he is. While promoting the June 3rd reissues of Zeppelin's first three albums, both Plant and Jimmy Page spoke to BBC Radio, and when the question of another Zeppelin reunion concert -- like their 2007 London gig -- came up, Page said, "I'm sure people would love to hear it. I'm not the one to be asking, I don't sing." When Plant was asked what the chances were for a Zeppelin reunion, Plant simply offered up: "Zero."
It certainly was a change of tune from Plant's 2013 interview with Australia's 60 Minutes when he revealed: "Y'know, the two other guys are Capricorns and they keep schtum. They don't say a word. But they are quite contained in their own worlds and they leave it to me. . . and I'm not the bad guy." When reminded that the fans long believed him to be the "bad guy," Plant said, "Well then, you need to see the Capricorns -- 'cause, I've got nothing to do in 2014."
Peter Frampton has just added four new dates to his summer itinerary. The famed guitarist, who'll release his new studio set, Hummingbird In A Box on June 24th, has just tagged on shows in Sterling Heights, Michigan; New Lenox, Illinois; Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin; and Littleton, Colorado. Hummingbird In A Box, which was co-written by Frampton and longtime collaborator Gordon Kennedy, marks the first new Frampton music since the 2010 release of Thank You Mr. Churchill. The piece was commissioned by and performed with the Cincinnati Ballet in April 2013.
It was 38 years ago tonight (April 24th, 1976) that John Lennon and Paul McCartney last saw each other. Over the course of the previous two years, relations between the two chief Beatles had warmed considerably, with the pair spending time together both in Los Angeles and in Manhattan. Prior to returning to Yoko Ono after their infamous 14-month separation, in early 1975, Lennon was planning to travel to New Orleans to record with McCartney, who was then working on Wings' Venus And Mars album. Paul and Linda McCartney had last visited the Lennon's at their apartment in the Dakota apartments around Christmas, 1975.
On April 24th, 1976, Lennon and McCartney -- with Yoko and Linda -- watched Saturday Night Live as producer Lorne Michaels offered the Beatles a whopping $3,000 to reunite on the show. They briefly considered heading to Rockefeller Center where the show was being performed, as a gag, but in the end passed due to being too tired. The two last spoke on the phone in early 1980.
Coldplay has announced that it will perform songs from its upcoming album Ghost Stories in an hour-long special set to air on May 18th at 7:00 p.m. ET on NBC. Titled Coldplay: Ghost Stories, the special was filmed in-the-round in front of an 800-person audience in Los Angeles this past March. While focusing on material from the new album, the set list for the show also includes past hits like "Viva La Vida" and "Clocks."
The Revolver Golden Gods Awards took place on Wednesday night (April 23rd) at Club Nokia in Los Angeles, where various rock and metal acts were honored for their talents and achievements and both Axl Rose and Joan Jett were given lifetime contribution awards. The show opened with a surprise performance from thrash metal veterans Slayer, while other acts who performed included Jett, Guns N' Roses, The Pretty Reckless, Suicide Silence and A Day To Remember.
Golden Gods Awards list of winners: Best Vocalist: Josh Homme of Queens Of The Stone Age Best Live Band: Rob Zombie Most Devoted Fans: Avenged Sevenfold Best New Talent: Twelve Foot Ninja Comeback of the Year: Deep Purple Paul Gray Best Bassist Award: Chris Kael, Five Finger Death Punch Best Film & DVD: Pierce The Veil Best Drummer: Arin Ilejay, Avenged Sevenfold Song of the Year: Five Finger Death Punch, "Lift Me Up" Most Metal Athlete: Josh Barnett, Mixed Martial Arts Dimebag Darrell Best Guitarist: Synyster Gates and Zacky Vengeance, Avenged Sevenfold Album of the Year: Black Sabbath, 13 Golden God Award: Joan Jett Ronnie James Dio Lifetime Achievement Award: Axl Rose