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Sunday, August 30, 2015
There's a method to the madness of mtv video music awards "I like to say, 'Let's put the crazy in the room, and we throw the match in the middle of the audience and artists, and we see what happens," said Van Toffler, who has been associated with the show for most of its three decades. Toffler, a 55-year-old New Yorker, left his post as MTV Networks President this spring to start his own production company, but is acting as executive producer for the VMAs one last time.  read all 

Sunday, August 30, 2015
Reading festival sunday live: outrageous outfits, surprise sets and stolen guitars It's that time again - Reading Festival is back for 2015 and more than 90,000 people are expected in Reading over the weekend. Campers started to arrive at the site in Richfield Avenue on Wednesday although the vast majority of weekend ticket holders joined to queue on Thursday ahead of the three days of live music.  read all 

Sunday, August 30, 2015
Fall off-broadway preview: vets and rock stars fill the stages in edgy updates to the classics The fall Off-Broadway season is filled with award-winning actors who have gone behind the limelights to direct innovative new works that explore gender, race and politics. New York Theatre Workshop is always a hive of edgy creative work, but this fall it will be the epicenter of high-profile, experimental New York theatre, with presentations by Elevator Repair Service and Ivo van Hove , both avant-garde demi-gods.  read all 

Sunday, August 30, 2015
Reading festival acts to look out for on sunday You're bound to be aching, dirty and probably a bit tired but there's still one day left for you to enjoy some of the acts performing this year. The last time The Libertines played Reading Festival in 2010 it was pretty emotional.  read all 

Sunday, August 30, 2015
Riot fest denver day 2: rancid's 'and out come the wolves' set, drive like jehu, gwar, more Riot Fest Denver 2015 began on Friday and continued Saturday with another load of great bands. Actually, they started a few hours earlier this time and had even more great bands, so picking highlights for day 2 was even harder.  read all 

Sunday, August 30, 2015
Locating pipeline on reserve may increase oversight, matsqui say The company plans to twin its current pipeline, which runs through a corner of Matsqui land, to increase shipments of diluted bitumen from northern Alberta. The $5.4-billion expansion project would nearly triple the line's capacity to 890,000 barrels per day.  read all 

Sunday, August 30, 2015
Movies: new andnoteworthy Before We Go "It's possible you could meet somebody who's perfect for you, even though you're committed to somebody else," says Alice Eve to Chris Evans, who could be her perfect somebody in this strangers-in-the-night New York City romantic adventure. PG-13 Grandma Lily Tomlin has been winning accolades on the festival circuit for her performance as a solitary, ornery lesbian poet who helps her teenage granddaughter through a problem-plagued day in L.A. Paul Weitz wrote and directed.  read all 

Sunday, August 30, 2015
Last best show: lenny kravitz at the pavilion First, let's focus on Andra Day, the 30-year-old San Diego native who opened for Kravitz at the Blue Hills Bank Pavilion and earned an extended standing ovation after her riveting 10-song set. My word, what a voice she has, a powerful, soulful expressive voice that commands attention.  read all 

Sunday, August 30, 2015
Greater morristown weekend preview: red molly sendoff, twist of lemmon, and more The term "super group" may sound odd applied to a folk act. But it rings true for Red Molly, a trio that has won fans all over the world in the last decade.  read all 

Sunday, August 30, 2015
Music bookends belfast peace fest The second annual Peace Festival at the waterfront has a full schedule of free events for all ages. The complete schedule is online at belfastpeacefestival.orgread all 

Sunday, August 30, 2015
Riot fest 2015: is punk rock really dead? Just over a decade ago, an idea was formed: To create a festival dedicated to the counterculture found in the world of punk rock . With that in mind, in 2005, Riot Fest was born in Chicago.  read all 

Sunday, August 30, 2015
Wham bam, thank you, glam 'Between garage & Grunge: Glam, Glitter and Proto-Punk in Seattle's Subversive '70s' - an exhibition at Bumbershoot by Maggie Bloodstone - SGN Staff Writer 'BETWEEN GARAGE & GRUNGE' BUMBERSHOOT INTERNATIONAL FOUNTAIN PAVILION SEATTLE CENTER September 4-7 NYC had the New York Dolls and Wayne/Jayne County. San Francisco had the Cockettes.  read all 

Sunday, August 30, 2015
Pink floyd's pig algie going back to band As one of the most iconic images of rock, Algie, the inflatable pig which famously flew over London's Battersea power station for Pink Floyd's "Animals" album cover, was set to be a star lot at an upcoming auction. But days after British auctioneers Durrants listed it as part of a catalogue of inflatable props its maker was selling, Algie is no longer on offer -- going back to the band instead.  read all 

Sunday, August 30, 2015
Wily bo walker - moon over indigo - mescal canyon I'm tempted to ask 'who the hell is Wily Bo Walker' because he has released three albums this year and judging by the styles and writing in evidence there must be at least a dozen! Walker writes brilliantly, songs that are dark and heavy, funk laden and Bluesey or balladic and bittersweet but all of them are top notch and show the many different sides he is capable of. The opener here is 'Walking With The Devil' and after a slow, sustained guitar line he moves into a New Orleans shuffle - and then the vocals come in: smoky, dark and captivating.  read all 

Sunday, August 30, 2015
'lucky guy' by delaney davidson New Zealander Delaney Davidson is a troubadour who is all over the map, both musically and geographically, and has been for many years. The road he travels winds darkly through a sort of funeral folk, avant-rock 'n' roll, noir alt- country and eccentric ghost blues .  read all 

Sunday, August 30, 2015
Armada settles for scoreless draw against san antonio The depleted Armada controlled possession but couldn't find the deciding finish in Saturday night's lightning-delayed 0-0 draw with the San Antonio Scorpions at the Baseball Grounds. Miguel Gallardo's three first-half saves helped the Armada seal its third consecutive home shutout and the 40th of his career.  read all 

Sunday, August 30, 2015
Scorpions, armada play to scoreless draw After enduring a 21/2-hour delay for lightning and rain Saturday night, the Scorpions played to a 0-0 draw with the host Jacksonville Armada. The Scorpions, who also posted a shutout of Jacksonville in a victory last weekend at Toyota Field, are 2-3-4 in the fall season.  read all 

Sunday, August 30, 2015
Photo flash: natasha and the bass line brings down the house at stage 72 A brand new version of NATASHA AND THE BASS LINE was presented on August 20, 2015 returning to Stage 72 At The Triad in NYC. Scroll down for photos! This time around, "NATASHA AND THE BASS LINE", directed and conceived by Michael Bell o , boasted a brand new book by Jamison Daniels , with a brand new set list and arrangements by Josh Freilich, and brand new choreography by Kaitlyn Frank.  read all 

Sunday, August 30, 2015
Vancouver's double bassist attack saints of death unleash new lyric... Website: http://www.saintsofdeath.com Music: Vancouver, BC's SAINTS of DEATH ) is a four piece that originally began as a Motorhead tribute band that has now taken the reins to write original material with a double bassist attack and set themselves apart from the pack with their unique heavy sound of thrash, doom and hardcore metal.  read all 

Sunday, August 30, 2015
During this raksha bandhan, india today & dailyo made me ashamed of being a journalist This Raksha Bandhan has been extra special and emotional for me, especially because my brother came back home after being away for a month to meet his professional commitments. He was a thousand miles away, in another state and when he made his return on this particular day, I could not have hoped for a better gift.  read all 

Sunday, August 30, 2015
Concert review 5 seconds of summer defies categories and pleases fans Whether or not the Australian act 5 Seconds Of Summer is a "boy band" or just a regular old band is a matter up for some dispute. Their piercings, tattoos, and hairdos would fit in just fine on the traveling punk carnival Warped Tour .  read all 

Sunday, August 30, 2015
The biggest lesson from ashley madison is about security, not fidelity Above: Ashley Madison founder Noel Biderman poses during an interview in Hong Kong August 28, 2013. Founded in 2002, Ashley Madison, the world's biggest online dating website for married men and women, has over 20 million users in 30 regions all over the world.  read all 

Sunday, August 30, 2015
Should airports snuff out smoking rooms? Should airports snuff out smoking rooms? Today's travelers can shop, snack, dine and order fancy cocktails in most every U.S. airport. Check out this story on wtsp.com: http://on.wtsp.com/1Esee4s But if non-smokers' rights advocates and the country's top public health advocate get their wish, airport smoking rooms will be snuffed out.  read all 

Sunday, August 30, 2015
Fairborn connection: paulus butcher shop and country store For the Herald Paulus Butcher Shop and Country Store is owned by four brothers. The shop is located on Broad Street, and is open Monday through Saturday.  read all 

Sunday, August 30, 2015
The old spaghetti factory-downtown read more Portland, Oregon-based chain the Old Spaghetti Factory serves up plenty of options besides its namesake pasta.  read all 

Sunday, August 30, 2015
Royal blood debut brand new song 'hook line and sinker' at reading festival Royal Blood aired brand new song 'Hook Line And Sinker' during their Reading Festival set. The Brighton duo, playing between Alexisonfire and Bring Me The Horizon, played the track halfway through a thunderous Main Stage performance.  read all 

Sunday, August 30, 2015
Motorhead and saxon rock the shrine auditorium A night of classic hard rock took over Shrine Auditorium Wednesday night as Motorhead , Saxon , and Crobot brought loudness and good times to the downtown area. Crobot kicked off the show with a promising thirty minute set.  read all 

Sunday, August 30, 2015
Ticket giveaway: van halen Act quickly and enter below and you could win a pair of tickets to see Van Halen at Klipsch Music Center Sept. 2. I've also got an enhanced copy of the band's "1984" disc.  read all 

Sunday, August 30, 2015
Watch david lee roth's hysterical response to a beer-throwing fan We've never understood the practice of throwing beer at concerts - or anywhere, for that matter - especially not given the price of them these days. But if you're going to do it at a Van Halen show, just be sure to aim nowhere near the stage, unless you want to raise the ire of David Lee Roth .  read all 

Saturday, August 29, 2015
New artists review: no:carrier The West Coast of the United States has always emanated a romantic vision of rainbow sherbet sunsets, velvety golden hills, healthy living, and progressive thinking. The psychedelic Renaissance of the 1960s played a large role in this imagery as Ken Kesey and his Merry Pranksters roamed around the country, sharing their California sensibilities with those who were willing to be "turned on."  read all 

Saturday, August 29, 2015
Chaka khan joins dancing with the stars Season 21 of Dancing With the Stars is starting to look like a gathering of veteran music artists. It has been revealed that Nick Carter from the Backstreet Boys would be competing on the show when it premiers on September 14 and, today, you can add Chaka Khan to the list.  read all 

Saturday, August 29, 2015
The finest kind, charlie belle, la vida buena, lady shacklin, hatch,... Locals by the legion have had the city name a day in their honor, but none before Riders Against the Storm has flipped it into an annual festival.  read all 

Saturday, August 29, 2015
My path from rome I once had an orthodox creed. I was brought up in a devout Roman Catholic family, and had an old-style convent education - and throughout my childhood and adolescence I was a steadfast believer.  read all 

Saturday, August 29, 2015
Supreme court drops hammer on todd kincannon The S.C. Supreme Court has suspended the law license of Columbia, S.C. attorney, former SCGOP official and social media provocateur extraordinaire Todd Kincannon after he allegedly suffered a "major meltdown" this week. Not only that, the court has placed Kincannon on "incapacity inactive status" and assigned his client's files and financial accounts to another attorney.  read all 

Saturday, August 29, 2015
Inside israel, 8:18 pmnew police chief slams media 'fairy tales' of alleged corruption Gal Hirsch claims that reports of an extended FBI investigation into his business arrangements is a "fairy tale." He added that "every few hours interested parties drip lies and fairy tales to the media, intending to tarnish my name."  read all 

Saturday, August 29, 2015
On and off the record Some might say that in the eyes of God, everyone is perfect - not despite whatever anomalies or "imperfections" they might be born with, but precisely because of them. The first song on Butterflies & Snakes is a swaggering testament to this notion and a perfect introduction to Crooked Eye Tommy and his band of brothers.  read all 

Saturday, August 29, 2015
Hard news: friday music: songs of ennui It's five whole years since Street Chant released their debut album Means . The record's smart, crunchy guitar pop songs took them from being the young band who seemed to be playing somewhere in Auckland every weekend to memorably winning the Critics Choice prize - beating the all-stars-aligned Naked and Famous on the night - and touring internationally with the Lemonheads.  read all 

Saturday, August 29, 2015
9 little-known facts about rihanna's first album Ten years ago Sunday, a 17-year-old Rihanna gifted fans her debut album Music of the Sun . The record's lead single "Pon de Replay," a catchy summer jam with an island beat, filled clubs and summer camps alike during 2005's warmer months, and reached No.  read all 

Saturday, August 29, 2015
Mtv vmas: miley cyrus reveals about justin bieber, britney spears seats Like always this time as well many celebrities will be attending the MTV Video Music Awards. It will be hosted by Miley Cyrus in downtown Los Angeles this Sunday.  read all 

Saturday, August 29, 2015
Why seven gives axe to two shows CHANNEL Seven program chief Angus Ross has promised to 'unleash hell' on rivals Nine and Ten with a swag of new television shows as two staples go. DRAMA, comedy, docos and drunk people retelling history.  read all 

Saturday, August 29, 2015
Bits 'n' pieces: von trapps to perform at lynch home to benefit piano hospital The hills are still alive with that totally timeless sound, you know - "the songs they have sung for a thousand years." The sound may be timeless, but it's also been updated since 1965, which is when the blockbuster film "The Sound of Music" made famous a small library of classic songs - from "Do-Re-Mi" to "Climb Every Mountain," not to mention that jazzy one about raindrops and kittens - along with the unlikely story of the stunningly harmonious von Trapp family and their adventures during World War II.  read all 

Saturday, August 29, 2015
Southern indiana business capitalizes on elvis presley's look The number of JCPS teachers who have "significant concerns" regarding student behavior in their classrooms has increased over the past year, along with the severity of the problems, union officials said Friday. The expansion of Papa John's Cardinal Stadium by 10,000 seats is only the latest bold move that U of L athletic director Tom Jurich has made in 18 years at Louisville.  read all 

Saturday, August 29, 2015
8/29/15: today's top tips: saturday MUSIC : Ian Hunter & the Rant Band @ Club Helsinki , Hudson. The former Mott the Hoople lead singer and pianist penned such immortal rock anthems as "All The Way From Memphis," "Once Bitten, Twice Shy" and "Cleveland Rocks" and had a huge hit with the David Bowie-penned "All The Young Dudes."  read all 

Saturday, August 29, 2015
Jon e. gee of mellencamp's band expands carmela Jon E. Gee of Mellencamp's band expands Carmel music school He continues to teach and inspire others to play from the heart. Check out this story on IndyStar.com: http://indy.st/1F6KG7b Jon E. Gee of the John Mellencamp Band has expanded his music school in Carmel.  read all 

Saturday, August 29, 2015
The new trocaderos - thrills and chills Real rock and roll - meaning real people, playing real instruments, peddling real songs bursting with guts and glory - is hard to come by these days. But the New Trocaderos are the genuine article, and their latest album Thrills and Chills logs in as a loaded memento to the music they love so much.  read all 

Saturday, August 29, 2015
Stourbridge blues band recreate iconic image as they reunite for... A LEGENDARY Stourbridge band have recreated an iconic image from their 1980s heyday in the run up to their eagerly anticipated reunion gigs. The Red Lemon Electric Blues Band will celebrate their 30th anniversary with two reformation gigs at the town hall next month.  read all 

Saturday, August 29, 2015
Matthew macklin defeats chris herrmann in devastating style in... It's one down, two to go on Matthew Macklin's three-fight plan to claim an elusive world title as the Birmingham-born Irishman blasted German Chris Herrmann away in less than two minutes on Friday night in Marbella. The 33-year-old has outlined a schedule which will see him fight in the city of his birth in October before a follow-up bout in the new year which he hopes will tee him up for a spring title shot.  read all 

Saturday, August 29, 2015
Late towell goal bursts bohs' bubble SSE Airtricity League Premier Division, Bohemians v Dundalk, Dalymount Park, Dublin. Picture credit: David Maher / SPORTSFILE Dundalk came back off the ropes to rescue a point from another testing encounter with Bohemians, as Richie Towell's deflected 93rd-minute leveller provided a dramatic finish at Dalymount Park.  read all 

Saturday, August 29, 2015
Keith richards on the '80s argument that saved the rolling... By the mid-1980s, a couple of decades into the Rolling Stones' debauched journey through rock history, they had lost momentum. Worse still, they weren't getting along.  read all 

Saturday, August 29, 2015
Author event: virtual q&a with david lipsky Attendees of the Enzian Theatre's 6:30 screening of ' End of the Tour ' tomorrow should expect to get an added treat. In addition to the expected movie screening, attendees will also get to join in on a Q&A with author David Lipsky.  read all