“I’m always blown away and thankful that we’re still making music,” Jon Foreman said. “Whether people are coming up in thousands or one at a time and connecting with you. That’s what I’m in it for.”
We premiere a scene from the movie and talk distribution with Insomniac Events’ Pasquale Rotella. Kaskade, who provides the score, also sounds off.
Originally launched in Los Angeles back in 1997, Electric Daisy Carnival has grown into America’s premier EDM destination festival.
A new documentary chronicling the journey of Green Day’s 2004 album, American Idiot from recording studio to the Broadway stage is hitting theaters this fall.
English folk-punk troubadour Frank Turner has had no time to recover from the popularity of his latest single, “Recovery.” A sold-out Wembley Arena show and performing at the Opening Ceremony of the 2012 London Olympics […]
‘Sir-vana’ Returns? Dave Grohl Forms All-Star Band To Play Sundance – But Doesn’t Reveal Its Members
All a Foo Fighters hiatus means is that Dave Grohl can divert his creativity and powerful promotional muscle to a new project. For the past five months the Foo fighters frontman has been successfully building […]
Taking a break from the Foo Fighters, frontman Dave Grohl hasn’t exactly been on vacation. Hard at work on his new rock doc, “Sound City,” Grohl has announced the release date, along with a special presale price of only $10.