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Rolling Stones... still Rolling... Down Under?
Posted on 12-05-2013 @ 11:01:25AM By Jace
The Rolling Stones have announced a run of 2014 tour dates in Abu Dhabi, Japan, Australia and New Zealand. The "14 On Fire" tour begins in Abu Dhabi on February 21, and the shows run up to April 5 in Auckland, NZ.
Incubus Frontman on tour with new project!
Posted on 12-05-2013 @ 11:00:46AM By Jace
Incubus frontman Brandon Boyd will go on the road with his side project, Sons of the Sea. Backed by a full band, Boyd will perform songs from Sons of the Sea's self-titled debut album. The confirmed dates so far run from January 27 in Washington, DC to February 15 in San Francisco.
Goldieblox vs Beastie Boys
Posted on 12-03-2013 @ 05:59:25AM By jace
The saga of the Beastie Boys and toymaker GoldieBlox continues, as the company's founders have written an open letter to the B-Boys' camp. In the letter, GoldieBlox says it was "completely unaware" that Adam "MCA" Yauch's will had prohibited their music to be used in commercials and "although we believe our parody video falls under fair use, we would like to respect his wishes and yours." The song has been removed from their ad, and the company also said that "we are ready to stop the lawsuit as long as this means we will no longer be under threat from your legal team." The letter concludes, "We donâ€™t want to spend our time fighting legal battles. We want to inspire the next generation. We want to be good role models. And we want to be your friends."
As previously reported, GoldieBlox created a take on the Beasties' song "Girls," flipping the song to encourage young girls to play with science and engineering toys instead of dolls, but released the ad featuring the tune without permission.