Bands include THE DAVE MATTHEWS BAND, THE DEAD WEATHER, KINGS of LEON, PHOENIX, THE FLAMING LIPS, LCD SOUNDSYSTEM AND NAS & DAMIAN MARLEY
June 4, 2010; Washington, D.C. – NPR Music, together with three partner public radio stations, sets up camp by the four main stages at this year’s Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival in Manchester, Tennessee, presenting three days of live webcasts with dozens of performances from popular musicians. From June 11-13, NPR Music, together with Member stations KUT Austin, The Current from Minnesota Public Radio and WFUV New York, team up to offer more than 40 full sets from acts taking the Festival’s Which, What, This, and That stages, including The Dave Matthews Band, The Dead Weather, Kings of Leon, Nas and Damian Marley, Phoenix, The Avett Brothers, Jimmy Cliff, The Flaming Lips (performing Pink Floyd’s Dark Side of the Moon), Norah Jones, Jay Electronica, The Gossip, Dan Deacon, LCD Soundsystem and John Prine.
Live4ever favorites Band of Skulls are currently working on the follow-up to their debut album, ‘Baby Darling Doll Face Honey.’
The trio’s drummer Matt Hayward spoke to Spinner during their European tour in Italy and explained that they’re heading back into the studio after a scheduled concert at London’s Forum on October 7.
RockNess is Scotlands best loved Music Festival, with a policy to bring the hottest music of the moment to the most beautiful festival setting in the world, RockNess is an experience that every true festival fan should do at least once in their lifetime!
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