Leaving hundreds hangin’ on a moment, early noughties pop rockers Lifehouse have withdrawn from this weekend’s Stone Music Festival. In a statement posted to their Facebook page this afternoon, the band confirmed that they were no longer confirmed for the debut Sydney festival due to (those classic words) “circumstances beyond our control”. The band express
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Van Halen‘s David Lee Roth obviously took no chances with his Rock N Roll lifestyle on tour – he took out insurance on his penis. The singer made the revelation after answering a pre-submitted question from a fan during an interview with the Huffington Post – which you can check out here. When asked if
The very first Stone Music Festival has revealed its full line-up and timetable for the 2-day event, which takes place on the weekend of 20th-21st April. For the inaugural event, Stone Music has pulled together an impressive line-up headlined by none other than Van Halen, Aerosmith and Billy Joel. Other notable acts include Australian musical
The fresh-faced and brash Stone Music Festival has again made headlines for all the wrong reasons today, first attempting to distance themselves from promoter Richard Cartwright, then threatening legal action against music website Tone Deaf for printing comments by promoter Andrew McManus, which their lawyers have deemed as being “false and misleading”. This morning, Stone
The inaugural Stone Festival has had a bit of a roller-coaster day. Just as they expanded their massive line-up by a whole lot more, a band has slammed on the breaks, tapping out just a couple of days after being announced, explaining that “it just wasn’t feeling right”. The 2nd line-up announcement revealed that Jimmy
Van Halen have been announced as headliners for the inaugural Stone Music Festival, which will be held at ANZ Stadium in Sydney on April 20th and 21st.