Bonnaroo Photo Series: Paramore

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Paramore performed at Bonnaroo for their first time ever this month, and fans at The Farm couldn’t have been more excited.

The punk pop legends put on one of the best Bonnaroo performances in 2018, so we are sharing some of our best photos from their memorable set to help tide you over until next year!

Check out our photos of Paramore’s Bonnaroo performance below.

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Rapper XXXTentacion Shot Dead in Florida, Police Confirm

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Despite his controversial past, the rap world is morning the loss of rapper XXXTentacion, who was shot dead in Miami today. At the young age of 20, the Florida native and ‘Look At Me’ rapper was one of the most energetic performers in the entire genre.

Police confirmed XXXTentacion’s death, soon after TMZ reported that the rapper had been shot in Broward County, Florida in an apparent robbery. Deputies are asking for anyone with information to come forward.

Check out our photos of XXXTentacion’s 2017 Rolling Loud performance below.

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Steely Dan and The Doobie Brothers Bring Their Co-Headlining Tour to Madison

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Two legends in rock, Steely Dan and The Doobie Brothers, brought their co-headlining tour to Madison, WI last night for a packed crowd at the Breese Stevens Field. Performing just a few blocks away from the city’s historic State Capitol Building, the show had an early start time (with The Doobie Brothers hitting the stage at 6:30PM), but the two groups performed their decades of hits for hours.

The Doobie Brothers kicked things off with tracks like ‘Rockin’ Down The Highway’ and ‘Dark Eyed Cajun Woman’, before their awesome encore performances of ‘China Grove’ and ‘Listen to the Music’.

That set the mood for Steely Dan who hit the stage at the outdoor venue soon after. The New York legends performed a nearly 20-song setlist, with performances of ‘Dirty Work’ and ‘Reelin’ in the Years’ as some of the night’s highlights. Needless to say, Madison had a night that it won’t soon forget.

Peep our photos from last night’s concert below, and get tickets for the remaining tour dates here.

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Photos: Thirty Seconds to Mars Bring Their Monolith Tour to Chicago

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Now without guitarist Tomo Milicevic, who announced his departure from the band just days ago, Thirty Seconds to Mars took on a “show must go on” mentality and delivered an amazing performance at Chicago’s Huntington Bank Pavilion at Northerly Island.

The Jared Leto-led duo may be down to just two members (including drummer Shannon Leto), but the brothers still managed to put on a full and complete performance for their Windy City fans. Complimented by a group of VIP fans side-stage and a number of moving LED walls, it was Jared Leto’s massive amounts of energy that kept the crowd rocking from the band’s opening performance of ‘Monolith’ to their closing performance of ‘Closer to the Edge’. From stage-left, stage-right, to up and down the stage’s 20-foot catwalk, Leto was everywhere.

Although 30STM performed just 13-songs, with the long tracks and Leto’s extended engagement and conversations with his fans, the night’s headlining set lasted for nearly two-hours. “What took you guys so long?”, Leto jokingly asked to those who were seeing the band live for their first time. It was a fair question too, because last night was evidence that the music veterans are pros when it comes to putting on a great show.

Throughout the night, Thirty Seconds to Mars performed a mix of songs from their catalog, with an emphasis on their new album America, which brought the band’s 2018 hit, ‘Walk On Water’, a highlight of the set. While on the surface 13-songs from a two-member band might sound like an underwhelming performance, last night was anything but that. Leto is a man of many talents, but putting on a great a show is at the top of that list.

Check out our photos from last night’s performance below, and get tickets for the remaining tour dates here.

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Bonnaroo Photo Series: Sheryl Crow

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Sheryl Crow brought her decades of hits to Bonnaroo this past weekend, performing tracks like “All I Wanna Do”, “If It Makes You Happy” and “Everyday Is A Winding Road” in the first 15-minutes alone.

Crow easily put on one of our favorite performances of the year, so we are sharing some of our best photos from her memorable set, to help tide you over until next year!

Check out our photos Sheryl Crow’s Bonnaroo performance below.

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Drake Releases Degrassi-Inspired Visuals for “Im Upset”

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Ahead of his newly announced June 29th release of his forthcoming LP, Scorpion, Drake has shared the visuals for his 2018 track, ‘Im Upset’.

Taking a break from his highly publicized beef with GOOD Music‘s Pusha T, Drake gets nostalgic in his new video by pulling up to the “Degrassi Community School” where Drake Jimmy is joined by his former Degrassi cast-mates, where he sends his goons on Jimmy’s school shooter. The video also features a hilarious cameo from Jay and Silent Bob.

Watch Drake’s music video for ‘Im Upset’ below.

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Our Favorite Photos from Bonnaroo 2018

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Another year, another great lineup at Bonnaroo. One of the most notable music festivals in the world brought its 2018 lineup to Tennessee this weekend, and needless to say fans did not leave disappointed. With headlining sets from Eminem, Muse and The Killers, and additional performances from more of the biggest names in music, Bonnaroo gave tens of thousands of fans plenty of reasons to make the trek to Manchester.

So to celebrate the 4-days of great music, we are sharing some of our favorite photos from the memorable weekend!

Check out our favorite photos from Bonnaroo 2018 below.

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Photos: Post Malone Invades Chicago’s Huntington Bank Pavilion at Northerly Island

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Is there anyone bigger than Post Malone right now? With a number of his songs on constant rotation on your favorite radio station and with his new sophomore LP, beerbongs & bentleys, which broke a number of streaming records and was certified platinum in four days, Postie is on top of the rap game in 2018.

So of course Chicago came out in massive numbers to catch Post Malone and 21 Savage at the lake front’s Huntington Bank Pavilion at Northerly Island, even though fans could have just as easily waited for Post to hit the stage at Bonnaroo in a couple of months.

Setting the stage for Malone was his ‘rockstar’ collaborator, 21 Savage. Savage put on a great co-headlining set that kept the entire crowd satisfied. Performing his best tracks like ‘Bank Account’, ‘No Heart’, ‘X’ and verses from some of his biggest collaborations, 21 Savage has the crowd going wild from start to finish.

And if a 21 Savage concert wasn’t enough, moments after 21 stepped off stage, it was time for Post Malone to greet the sold-out crowd in Chicago. Although the production of his performances hasn’t changed much since his tours past, the Texas native is now a household name in rap.

No more opening performances where the crowd just knows the hook to a couple songs, Post Malone is on a whole different level from his ‘White Iverson’ days. And although A.I. and Carl Malone weren’t known for throwing it down, Post Malone delivered a slam dunk for his Windy City fans tonight.

Check out our photos from tonight’s performance below, and get tickets for the remaining tour dates here.

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Made In America Festival Releases 2018 Lineup: Nicki Minaj, Post Malone, Meek Mill & More

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Philadelphia’s premiere music festival, Made In America, is returning for another year of great live music and we are already excited.

Performing at the Benjamin Franklin Parkway in downtown Philly will be names like Meek Mill, Zedd, Diplo, Miguel, Janelle Monae, 6lack, Alessia Cara, Sabrina Claudio, Lil B and more, including huge headlining sets from Nicki Minaj and Post Malone.

Check out MIA’s 2018 lineup below.

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Photos: Taylor Swift Brings the Reputation Stadium Tour to Soldier Field in Chicago

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Taylor Swift delivered two sold-out performances at Chicago’s Soldier Field this weekend for over 100,000 screaming fans. A critically acclaimed tour complete with a 110 ft. tall stage, a plethora of snakes, A+ choreography and 2-hours of amazing live performances, fans got their money’s worth in the Windy City.

So it was only right that we made our way to Chicago’s lakefront to capture some great images of the tour.

Check out our photos from Taylor Swift’s first Soldier Field performance below and read our full (Taylor co-signed) review of the performance here.

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