Fitz and the Tantrums have a busy, festival-filled three months ahead of them. And according to the band’s leader, Michael “Fitz” Fitzpatrick, they’re going to need to stock up on the sunscreen.
Like so many years before this, fans will have to make some tough decision when it comes to who they want to see at any given time across all eight stages throughout the three-day festival.
We already knew some of the headliners (Eminem, Kings of Leon, Arctic Monkeys, Skrillex), but the official release revealed a few new acts on the bill including Foster the People, Lorde, Avett Brothers and the rest of the bill.
The rest of the lineup will be revealed next week.
Wait, Al got Ian MacKaye to break edge?
The expansion to Argentina follows the festival setting up shop in Chile and Brazil over the past few years.
In an exclusive interview with Radio.com, Church talks about touring with Kenny Chesney, playing rock festivals, his admiration for Bruce Springsteen, and where he’s at with assembling his next album, the followup to his award-winning ‘Chief.’
Most of Cherub’s songs inject humor into honest accounts of past experiences. Sometimes it gets a little risque, but meeting the duo, it’s clear they’re just goofs.
All this time on the road though has made it hard for Lamar to get back into the studio — something he addressed in our interview.
We left this interview with a sneaking suspicion that the band is going to be recording something with R. Kelly really soon. Find out why.
Fans might be surprised to know that Dillon Francis’ latest single, “Without You,” is a detailed account of his recent relationship woes. It surprised him, too.
“There was a mutual thing like, ‘Yeah we think he’s good. We’ll try him out,’” Keuning told Radio.com. “It’s something we finally agreed with our label on.”
“He was a brave little bunny,” Marcus Mumford said of bandmate Ted Dwane. “He played to over 100,000 people that week with that thing in his head.”