Photos: Green Day Invades Green Bay For a Matchup Meant To Be On Their Revolution Radio Tour

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“And for the first time ever, Green Day is in Green Bay“, Billie Joe Armstrong announced to the Wisconsin crowd, which was instantly met by cheers throughout the arena, as the band opened their performance with their hit track, ‘Know Your Enemy’. Just a block away from the historic Lambeau Field at the Resch Center, the punk rock legends made history of their own as they made their first every stop in Green Bay, WI.

Although Green Bay is only the third largest market in Wisconsin, a state that often gets overlooked on many bands’ arena tours, tonight’s matchup was one that was long since written in the stars, a combination that truly needed to happen. Not Milwaukee, Not Madison… but Green Day made a stop in Green Bay tonight on their big Revolution Radio Tour, and the American Idiots wouldn’t have had it any other way.

The night instantly went off to a great start the Laura Jane Grace led punk rock band, Against Me!, got the crowd warmed up as the night’s special guest performance. The band played a number of songs from their catalog, including ‘Black Me Out’, ‘I Was A Teenage Anarchist’ and tracks from their 2016 LP, Shape Shift with Me.

Then, as crew begin to set the stage for the night’s headlining performance, the anticipation built up as the house played classic songs, including Queen’s ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ and the Ramones’ ‘Blitzkrieg Bop’, with thousands of Packer fans singing along word-for-word. But then, after a rocking Easter Bunny began to toss treats from his basket into the GA pit, it was time for Green Day to bless the stage.

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The California natives got the night started on a high note, as Armstrong made friends with the audience, running from stage left to stage right to up and down the catwalk. As the band played behind him, Armstrong searched for a fan to come on stage and sing along. As the young lady joined him on the catwalk, her sing-a-long ended in the best way possible as she jumped into the audience to crowd surf while Billie Joe picked up where she left off.

And while the night started with high amounts of energy, things never came down, as Green Day’s entire setlist was full of hits and a number of cuts from the band’s newest album, Revolution Radio. With memorable performances of tracks like ‘Holiday’, ‘Boulevard of Broken Dreams’ and ‘Basket Case’, the night’s performance was one that Green Bay will not soon forget.

Green Day made sure to squeeze is as much music as possible, not knowing the next time that they’ll find themselves in Northeastern Wisconsin. The band performed two great encores for the crowd, which included songs like ‘Ordinary World’, ‘Jesus of Suburbia’ and of course everyone’s favorite, ‘American Idiot’. “Green Day” is just one letter removed from the city that gave host to its tour tonight, but no one in attendance was removed from having one hell of a night.

Check out our photos from tonight’s performance below, and be sure to get tickets for one of the remaining dates on the Revolution Radio Tour here.

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Wilco Announces Summer U.S. Tour Dates

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In anticipation to the band’s Solid Sound Festival (which will take place this year in North Adams, MA on June 23-25), Wilco will embark on a number of tour dates throughout the U.S.

Kicking things off on June 7th at Rochester Hills’ Meadow Brook Amphitheatre, Jeff Tweedy and company will also make stops in Milwaukee, Indianapolis, Louisville, Pittsburgh and more, until the band caps off their currently scheduled performances at the band’s own, Solid Sound. Wilco is also scheduled to headline the Eaux Claires festival on June 17th.

Fans interested in upcoming shows can visit WilcoWorld.net for tickets and more information (tickets go on sale this Friday).

Check out Wilco’s summer tour dates below.

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Lana Del Rey Announces 5th Studio Album, “Lust For Life”, Watch The Official Trailer Now

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Lana Del Rey fans have cause to celebrate today, as the ‘Video Games’ singer announced the title and release of her fifth studio album, earlier this morning. Led by her new single ‘Love’, Lana Del Rey’s next LP will be titled Lust For Life, and is “coming soon”.

In Lana’s official album trailer for Lust For Life, Lana talks about her own world, where she lives inside the middle of the “H” of the Hollywood Sign. Describing her “lust for life” as her fans and the music, the new LP will be the followup to the singer’s fourth LP, Honeymoon, which brought singles like ‘High by the Beach’ and ‘Music to Watch Boys To’.

Watch Lana’s Lust For Life Album Trailer below and stay tuned for more details.

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G-Eazy and Carnage Are Teaming Up for a New EP, “Step Brothers”

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G-Eazy and Carnage have teamed up for their new forthcoming EP, Step Brothers. Led by their new track, ‘Guala’, the Bay Area MC and Guatemalan DJ/producer’s new project will certainly not be one to sleep on. The duo has also shared a Daniel CZ directed music video for the EP’s debut track.

We don’t have an official release date for Step Brothers yet, but the EP will feature 4-tracks as well as production from Carnage throughout the project. The EP also will have features from 24hrs and Smoke Purp.

Watch G-Eazy and Carnage’s music video for ‘Guala’ below.

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The Chainsmokers Will Headline Summerfest’s American Family Insurance Amphitheater on July 4th

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Joining the likes of the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Luke Bryan and Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, EDM superstars, The Chainsmokers, will headline Summerfest’s American Family Insurance Amphitheater for the Milwaukee festival’s huge 50th Anniversary. The ‘Closer’ artists will headline Summerfest for an Independence Day show on July 4th.

Tickets for The Chainsmokers’ Milwaukee performance will go on sale this Friday at 10 AM via the Amphitheater box office and online via Ticketmaster.com. Tickets for the performance will include admission to Summerfest’s ground stages before, after and during The Chainsmokers’ set.

Stay tuned as more Amphitheater headliners and ground stage headliners will be announced in the coming weeks.

Royal Blood Tease Release of Sophomore Studio Album

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English rockers, Royal Blood, are likely one of your favorite rock band’s favorite rock band. Since they emerged with their Out of the Black EP, as well as their self-titled debut album, Royal Blood instantly became one of the most exciting emerging names in rock, all while receiving co-signs from the Foo Fighters, Arctic Monkeys and many more.

The hard rock duo is now set to make their return in 2017, with a number of tour and festival performances scheduled around the a world, all in anticipation of the band’s highly anticipated sophomore studio album. And to tease fans and keep us all wanting more, Royal Blood has released a video teasing their next project.

Watch Royal Blood work on their second studio LP below.

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Mike Posner & Blackbear Release Debut Album for Their Collaborative Duo “Mansionz”

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Mike Posner and rapper Blackbear have left many scratching their heads with the weirdness (and we say that in the best way possible) of their new collaborative duo, Mansionz. Planking on red carpets, dying their hair green and overall taking on totally new wacky personalities, Mansionz is certainly fun and entertaining, and the music isn’t half bad either.

And today Posner and Blackbear have released the debut album for their new duo, and it boast features from G-Eazy, GOOD Music’s Cyhi The Prynce and even NBA legend, Dennis Rodman. Upon first listen, Mansionz’s self-titled debut is definitely worth checking out, whether you’re a fan of Posner, Blackbear the ’90s Bulls or all of the above.

Listen to Mansionz’ Dennis Rodman assisted track below and download the duo’s debut album now on iTunes.

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New Music: Zayn & PARTYNEXTDOOR Team Up for New Track “Still Got Time”

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‘Pillow Talk’ singer and former One Direction stand-out, Zayn, has delivered another great collaboration, this time with OVO Sound‘s PARTYNEXTDOOR. After teasing the track earlier this week, Zayn has released the new song as well as its official lyric video, all while he is still enjoying the mega-success of his Taylor Swift-assisted track, ‘I Don’t Wanna Live Forever’.

While we don’t know if the new track will be on Zayn’s inevitable sophomore album (which has yet to be announced), or if it will only be a single release, fans couldn’t be more excited for the unexpected collaboration. If you like what you hear, ‘Still Got Time’ is available now on iTunes.

Watch Zayn’s lyric video for ‘Still Got Time’ ft. PARTYNEXTDOOR below.

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Lollapalooza Shares 2017 Lineup: Muse, The Killer, Lorde, Chance The Rapper, Arcade Fire & More

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Fans were quick to do everything possible yesterday morning to secure their 4-day wristbands for Lollapalooza’s 26th anniversary. And you can surely bet that those same fans set their alarms for 6AM as Lollapalooza revealed its big 2017 lineup early this morning. And yet again, all those who bought their tickets early instantly saw a huge return in their investment as Lolla’s lineup this year is stacked.

Headlining the 4-day festival on its opening day this year will be Muse, Lorde and Cage The Elephant, who will be supporting by artists like the Migos, Lil Uzi Vert, Wiz Khalifa, Porter Robinson, Liam Gallagher, Spoon, Jon Bellion, George Ezra and more.

For the second day of Lolla, fans will enjoy performances from big name bands like The Killer and Blink-182, while also catching sets from DJ Snake, Foster The People, Ryan Adams, Run The Jewels, Phantogram, Little Dragon, Majid Jordan and Crystal Castles to name a few.

On Saturday, Chicago’s own, Chance The Rapper, will again headlining his hometown festival, while The xx, Alt-J, Vance Joy, 21 Savage, Mac Demarco, Russ, Banks, The Head And The Heart, Kaskade and many other artists are scheduled to perform.

Last but not least, Arcade Fire, Big Sean and Justice will all headline the last day of the festival. And to close out their epic weekend, fans will also be treated to performances from Zeds Dead, The Shins, Tove Lo, Rae Sremmurd, Noname, Milky Chance, Grouplove, Lil Yachty, London Grammar and many more.

Tickets are practically all sold out by this point but certainly check Lollapalooza’s official website for more information and ticket packages! This year Lollapalooza will again take place in downtown Chicago at Grant Park, this year from August 3rd to the 6th.

 

Photos: Bebe Rexha Brings Her “All Your Fault” Tour to The Metro in Chicago

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Last night, pop singer/songwriter Bebe Rexha brought her “All Your Fault” Tour to The Metro in Chicago, IL. Although Rexha is currently traveling the country on her first ever headlining tour, in support of her debut studio album of the same name. However, tonight was far from Rexha’s first performance for a Windy City crowd. In the past few years Rexha has performed at Lollapalooza, iHeartRadio‘s Jingle Ball, the Allstate Arena for Ellie Goulding’s Delirium Tour, the House of Blues in support of Nick Jonas and more. However tonight’s performance at The Metro was special, as Bebe got to perform for her biggest fans with her headlining set.

Up first for the night was Los Angeles singer, songwriter and trumpeter, Spencer Ludwig. Instantly Ludwig won the crowd over with his infectious energy and diverse talent. Jumping back and forth between vocals and the trumpet, Ludwig puts the brass family at center stage with his entertaining performance. Although Ludwig is still awaiting the release of his debut album, currently set for this summer, the talented artist has already performed with Foster The People, Portugal. The Man, St. Lucia, RAC, and Fitz and the Tantrum, to name a few. While the crowd didn’t want his performance to end, Spencer Ludwig ended his set with a great performance of his single ‘Diggy’, a track heard by many with Target‘s Vibes campaign. Last night was Ludwig’s first show in Chicago, but if he continues to make addicting songs like ‘Diggy’, Ludwig will be back before you now it.

Next up, the crowd’s teenage fans began to scream as singer Daniel Skye stepped on stage. Performing a number of covers, as well as some original tracks, the 16-year-old singer catered to a younger audience but still showcased a voice that the entire audience could appreciated.

After a brief set change, Bebe’s Rexha band began to take their places for the night’s headlining act. As the fog began to fill the stage, Rexha emerged to her All Your Fault track ‘Bad Bitch’. The crowd went wild as Bebe owned the stage, only taking breaks from her vocals to drop it low, which only made the packed crowd more wild.

Throughout the night Rexha bounced back and forth between records from her debut LP and some of her biggest hits and collaborations. Perhaps the most live moment of the night though came with Rexha’s back-to-back performances of ‘In The Name of Love’ and ‘Take Me Home’. Another highlight of the night came with Rexha’s performance of her original version of ‘Monster’, a track which helped jumpstart her career after she sold the track to Eminem for his mega-Rihanna collaboration. ‘Monster’ is a constant reminder of what makes Bebe Rexha so great, her amazing songwriting. However in 2017, Bebe gets the credit and glory for her pen, and it’s all well deserved.

Last night’s show was all for the fans and those in attendance at The Metro got a night that they won’t soon forget, so our apologies if you missed out. But if history is any indicator, Bebe Rexha will be back in the Windy City real soon.

Check out our photos from last night’s performance below, and be sure to get tickets for one of the remaining dates on Bebe Rexha’s “All Your Fault” Tour here.

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