16 Jun 2011, 20:04 by xGECKTORx
16 Dec 2008, 07:31 by lonestarninja47This is in chronological order and probably doesn't include everyone
- Dve Matthews Band
- A Perfect Circle
- Pink Floyd Laser Spectacular
- Asleep At The Wheel
- Jimmy LaFave
- Trans-Siberian Orchestra
- Kenny Wayne Shepherd With Double Trouble, Bryan Lee, Hubert Sumlin & Pinetop Perkins
- Red Hot Chili Peppers
- Citizen Cope
- Aster With Sally Crewe & The Sudden Moves & Youngmond Grand
- John Mayer With Ben Folds
- Grimy Styles
- ACL 2007
- Galactic And Mr. Lif, Chali 2na, Laidlaw With Lifesavas
- Regina Spektor With Only Son
- Mutemath With Eisley
- Silversun Pickups With Britt Daniel, What Made Milwaukee Famous & The Lemurs
- DJ Shadow & Cut Chemist With Kid Koala
- Badfish/Scotty Don't With Full Service
- Ghostland Observatory
- Silverstein With The Devil Wears Prada & A Day to Remember
- Eisley With The Envy Corps, Vedera & The Myriad
- Thrice With Circa Survive & Pelican
27 May 2008, 20:12 by oddlittlegirlhttp://farm3.static.flickr.com/2030/2525719670_7a33a7ca4c_o.jpg
L’edizione di quest’anno è prevista per giovedì 7 agosto sempre e rigorosamente sulla Spiaggia San Marco di Calatabiano CT.
Tutte le band e/o solisti in genere che fossero disponibili a partecipare (no cover band… ma neanche limiti esagerati di generi e fantasia) devono far pervenire entro il 30 giugno una registrazione su CD (di qualsiasi qualità, non c’è problema), con i brani che si intendono proporre al festival, a
via Vespri 24
95011 Calatabiano (CT),
così si può aderire ufficialmente all’iniziativa e prendere parte all’inspiegabile, triste, ingiusta, irrazionale ma ahimè inevitabile fase di selezione.
Si può contattare lo STAFF via e-mail da
o telefonando al 328 1786593 (Domenico) o al 320 4652166 (Paolo);
Sarà bene allegare una scheda di presentazione del gruppo (nomi e mansioni dei componenti, un paio di righe di autopresentazione, breve bio, tel. etc.).
17 May 2007, 15:47 by Fre_EntityAfter I don't know how many plays in the car, I still don't get tired of this mix, on the contrary, it keeps getting better. This is why I like to share this goodness with you.
RJD2 - Breezeblock Mix 08-06-2004
RJD2 - 'Act 2' (White)
Weathermen - '5 Left In The Clip' (White)
Volume 10 - 'Pistol Grip Pump' (White)
Jethro Tull - 'Cross Eyed Mary' (White)
Diverse - 'Big Game' (White)
Diverse - 'Wylin' Out' (White)
RJD2 - 'Rain' (White)
RJD2 - 'Good Times Roll' (White)
Double Trouble - 'Steep Rap' (White)
RJD2 - 'To All Of You' (White)
RJD2 - 'Someone's 2nd Kiss' (White)
RJD2 - 1976 'Remix' (White)
Massive Attack remix/Eric B & Rakim - 'Follow The Leader' (White)
RJD2 - 'Smoke and Mirrors' (Polyphonic Spree remix) (White)
Wagon Christ - 'Shadows' (Ninja Tune) (LP - 'Sorry I Make You Lush')
Soulwax - 'New York Excuse' (White)
Marco Bailey - 'Elektrik Mekanik' (NEWS) (LP - 'Rudeboy')
Detroit Grand Pubas - 'The Clapper' (Poker Flat) (LP - 'Galactic Ass Creatures From Uranus')
6 Sep 2006, 23:30 by ScrewTheDaisiesI saw Rob Zombie and Godsmack (missed Shinedown 'cause I was eating dinner) a week and a day ago, and I don't have any more live shows lined up until December. December. ~dies~
Shows I've been to this year:
Kenny Wayne Shepherd (with Double Trouble omg!)
Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers
Nine Inch Nails
Def Leppard (We missed all but the last couple of Journey songs. Do you see me complaining? No.)
Zoso (Led Zeppelin tribute band)
Rob Zombie / Godsmack
I have tickets for Blind Guardian in Orlando...and I'm still waiting for the Charlotte show to go onsale. And then that's it for me this year...unless any good tours suddenly pop up, that is!
27 Aug 2006, 06:03 by musica23Texas-born blues guitarist Stevie Ray Vaughan was killed in 1990 when the helicopter he was travelling in crashed.
"SRV" and his band Double Trouble drew lots of attention and helped spark a blues revival in America in the 1980's. They played Austin, Texas frequently before Stevie was spotted by David Bowie and was asked to play on Bowie's 1982 album "Let's Dance." Shortly thereafter, Stevie's album "Texas Flood" was released and the rest is history.
Vaughan played what was to be his final gig in East Troy, Wisconsin on August 26, 1990. That night the concert concluded with an all-star encore jam featuring guitarists Eric Clapton, Robert Cray, Buddy Guy, and Stevie's older brother Jimmie Vaughan.
After the concert, Stevie boarded a helicopter bound for Chicago. Just minutes after takeoff, it crashed into a ski slope. Vaughan and four other passengers were killed. Stevie Ray Vaughan, superb already and full of promise, was only 35 years old.