Jack Black, channeling School Of Rock (released 20 years ago today!), performed with a band of pre-teens at the 100th birthday party for Tom Morello’s mom Mary Morello, which took place over the weekend. Morello shared some video of them, highlighting what he called “a stirring rendition” of Ozzy Osbourne’s “Mr. Crowley,” as played by Black and “a kick ass band of 12 & 13 year olds.” That’s Yoyoka on drums, Roman Morello on guitar, Roya Feiz on bass, and Hugo Weiss on Keiss. Watch the video below.
Daryl Hall and John Oates went to court in Nashville today to begin hashing out their dispute over Oates’ plan to sell his stake in their joint venture — a plan that Hall described in legal filings as a “betrayal” strategically timed to maximize harm. As Billboard reports, Chancellor Russell Perkins, the judge overseeing the […]
Paula Cole, who took home the Grammy Award for Best New Artist in 1998 after “Where Have All The Cowboys Gone?” and “I Don’t Want To Wait” were unexpected hits, has announced a new album, Lo, her first full-length of all original songs in nearly a decade. Its lead single is called “The Replacements & […]
All throughout the fall, Ben Gibbard’s two bands the Postal Service and Death Cab For Cutie fired up the millennial nostalgia machine, launching a co-headlining tour to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the former group’s lone album Give Up and Death Cab’s career pinnacle Transatlanticism. This spring, they’re running it back. A new leg of […]