Foo Fighters and Muse have been announced atop the first lineup announcement for Japan’s Fuji Rock Festival, which traditionally shares a number of its acts with Splendour In The Grass. The lineup drop means we can officially begin the 2015 Splendour rumour mill and if we’re going off this first announcement, we could be seeing
After being pushed back from May to June, the local promoter for the impending Happy Mondays tour of Australia, KillRockStar Big Dog Entertainment, has announced that the visit has now been cancelled entirely. The tour, which was due to kick off on Wednesday, was apparently cancelled by the band’s management citing “medical issues with drummer
For the first time in the history of the planet, Manchester outfit Happy Mondays be will making the trip Down Under with their original lineup. Now, don’t get it twisted – this is a big deal, so big that the band rescheduled the tour to make sure it went ahead. We don’t want you missing
Those who are eagerly awaiting the arrival of Happy Mondays in their original and previously unseen on Australian stages form will need to be a bit more patient with the band. News comes this morning that the tour, previously announced for May, has been pushed back to June. The date change has been attributed to
One of Madchester’s most iconic acts the Happy Mondays will be visiting our shores in May for the first time with the definitive original lineup that includes Shaun Ryder on lead vocals, his brother Paul Ryder on bass, lead guitarist Mark Day, drummer Gary Whelan, and of course Mark “Bez” Berry upping the vibes with
The Quietus has confirmed that the original line-up of The Happy Mondays will reunite for a series of live shows in 2012 – and they’re looking for selected dates across Europe to kick things off.
The Happy Mondays are following in the footsteps of their old mates, the Stone Roses and are planning a reunion tour for 2012. The band have reunited twice before but it was without the founding members Mark Day, Paul Davis, Rowetta Satchell and Paul Ryder. When the band split in 2000, Paul Ryder stated that