She’s 90-years-old but she still knows how to bust a move or two.
It’s scary how spot-on these are.
As well as blank stares and outlandishly coordinated outfits, Hot Chip are also known for their awesome live covers. Lately, they’ve been injecting a bit of The Boss into their sets, busting out a cover of your dad’s favourite song, Dancing In The Dark by Bruce Springsteen, as well as LCD Soundsystem’s All My Friends.
Cricketing legend Shane Warne has unveiled a strange and terrifying painting that cannot be unseen. In a new documentary entitled Shane Warne: Living The Dream, Australia’s former spin king presents the #warniemural, presumably commissioned by himself, which is proudly mounted in the study of his Melbourne home. The visual monstrosity masterpiece depicts a backyard barbecue
Forbes have dropped their annual list of the world’s highest paying musicians, with rapper and beats electronics mogul Dr Dre and his $620 million topping the list, besting Beyonce by half a billion dollars. His 2014 earnings also mark the largest single-year haul of any musician, ever Dre can thank Apple for his top placement,
(RED), the aids charity co-founded by U2 frontman Bono, have put on a surprise show in New York City as part of World AIDS Day. With Bono sitting out following his recent bike-related injury, Bruce Springsteen, Coldplay frontman Chris Martin and singer Carrie Underwood took to the stage with “U2 Minus 1”, on a night
Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl has teamed up with Bruce Springsteen and Zac Brown to cover Creedence Clearwater Revival’s blistering track Fortunate Son. The trio covered the classic song as part of The Concert of Valor, established to honour US troops on Veteran’s Day, in Washington, DC. That all sounds fine and dandy, and very
Footage has emerged of American rock legend Bruce Springsteen joining his English rocker mates The Rolling Stones onstage for a performance of Tumbling Dice (below). The track, which appears on the Stones’ 1972 double album Exile on Main St., was performed during the band’s headline set on the night of Thursday, 29th May, at Rock
They first burst out on the scene and began dominating their competition more than four decades ago, and the mighty Rolling Stones just haven’t stopped, according to Billboard, grossing more than $1.5 billion since 1990 and claiming the title of the top-grossing live act over that period. The music industry publication has just released its
Last month, Courtney Love did what she did best and stirred controversy by putting down Bruce Springsteen‘s sax appeal. The Hole rocker insisted saxophones don’t belong in rock and roll during a rant which she has now revealed to Pitchfork, resulted in letters of apology being written. “Unfortunately, there was my slip of the tongue,
Hole frontwoman and widow of Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain Courtney Love is considered something of an authority when it comes to rock and roll, but many now feel she overstepped the mark when during a recent video blog, she chastised The Boss for his use of saxophone. “My Springsteen problem is just that saxophones don’t
Not even a week after Courtney Love made some peace with her late husband’s Nirvana bandmates at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction, the Hole frontwoman has appeared in a video offering her opinions on another Hall of Fame inductee, Bruce Springsteen. “My Springsteen problem is just that saxophones don’t belong in rock
Brooklyn, New York’s Barclays Center hosted the 29th annual The Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame induction ceremony on the night of Thursday, 10th April. The event was lined with a myriad of rock star-length speeches and performances. Music Feeds readers can check out our highlights package down below. Remaining Nirvana members Dave Grohl and
During his recent and highly lucrative tour of Australia, Bruce Springsteen and his formidable E Street Band covered a raft of Australian classics both old and new. Now he’s taken puns to the next level by performing Van Halen‘s Jump during the March Madness Music Festival in Dallas. The festival is part of the celebrations
Another day, another instance of Bruce Springsteen tap-dancing over genre boundaries and Bossifying a classic song. Having covered numbers by AC/DC and the Bee Gees on his Australian tour, The Boss kicked things off in Auckland with their new national anthem, Lorde‘s Royals. Springsteen has spent his Australia-New Zealand tour paying homage to local artists
Since kicking off his Australian tour in Perth with a rendition of AC/DC’s Highway to Hell, Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band have been delighting Aussie crowds with their Bossified tributes to legendary Australian groups. The most recent, a cover of the Bee Gees‘ 1977 classic, Stayin’ Alive. Naturally, The Boss does the Saturday
Bruce Springsteen is set to unveil four previously unreleased recordings as part of a 12″ vinyl EP for Record Store Day on Saturday, 19th April. The EP, titled American Beauty, will feature three tracks recorded during the High Hopes sessions, with the origin of the fourth track unknown. The tracks American Beauty, Mary Mary, and
Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band continue their run of shows across the country, while playing tribute to some of Australia’s most influential musical acts. During a typically lengthy three-hour show in Sydney Wednesday night, the packed out Allphones Arena was treated to a high-energy version of INXS‘ 1982 new wave hit Don’t Change
Bruce Springsteen and the E-Street Band‘s current Australian tour has already yielded plenty of highlights, including a cover of AC/DC‘s Highway to Hell, but fans in Melbourne were given an even bigger treat after Pearl Jam frontman Eddie Vedder joined Springsteen on stage for two songs. Last week, fans at the Perth Arena let out
Bruce Springsteen and the E-Street Band have been known to throw out multiple covers during live shows (you have to do something to fill up to three hours), but during a recent stop in Perth, the band lent their chops to an Australian hard rock classic: Highway to Hell by AC/DC. Concertgoers in the Perth