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  • NOFX Livestreaming from Fat Mike's House NOFX Livestreaming from Fat Mike's House

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    Weekend at Fatty's a livestreamed concert from frontman Fat Mike's backyard. The band performed White Trash, Two Heebs and a Bean for a small crowd that appeared to be mostly their friends. The event featured live performances from Slightly Stoopid, Fishbone, Bad Cop bad Cop and Get Dead. Videos of all performances are up on the Fat Wreck Youtube channel.
    Weekend at Fatty's a livestreamed concert from frontman Fat Mike's backyard. The band performed White Trash, Two Heebs and a Bean for a small crowd that appeared to be mostly their friends. The event featured live performances from Slightly Stoopid, Fishbone, Bad Cop bad Cop and Get Dead. Videos of all performances are up on the Fat Wreck Youtube channel.
  • Watch: New Pixies Video - Hear Me Out Watch: New Pixies Video - Hear Me Out

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    The single is set to be pressed to wax in October.
    The single is set to be pressed to wax in October.
  • Ozzy Osbourne Preshow Spoof Videos Ozzy Osbourne Preshow Spoof Videos

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    Blizzard Of Ozz, was released 40 years ago today. September 20th 1980 saw the release of Ozzy Osbourne's first solo record and his first release after parting with Black Sabbath in 1979. Here are some of Ozzy's best pre-show videos. 

    Ozzy Osbourne's hilarious pre-show spoof videos see the heavy metal icon superimposed into famous movie scenes. Ozzy and his team have been creating these sorts of pre-show videos since the mid 90s. When one thinks of the Prince of Darkness we don't often first think of his sense of humour. However anyone who has seen him in concert knows he has a great one. In Ozzy goes to Hollywood the singer injects himself into Forest Gump, The Adams Family and other pop culture moments.

    Ozzy Goes To Hollywood

    Lord Of The Darkness (OzzFest)

    Gladiator Ozzy
    Ozzy Dancing With The Stars

    Blizzard Of Ozz, was released 40 years ago today. September 20th 1980 saw the release of Ozzy Osbourne's first solo record and his first release after parting with Black Sabbath in 1979. Here are some of Ozzy's best pre-show videos. 

    Ozzy Osbourne's hilarious pre-show spoof videos see the heavy metal icon superimposed into famous movie scenes. Ozzy and his team have been creating these sorts of pre-show videos since the mid 90s. When one thinks of the Prince of Darkness we don't often first think of his sense of humour. However anyone who has seen him in concert knows he has a great one. In Ozzy goes to Hollywood the singer injects himself into Forest Gump, The Adams Family and other pop culture moments.

    Ozzy Goes To Hollywood

    Lord Of The Darkness (OzzFest)

    Gladiator Ozzy
    Ozzy Dancing With The Stars
  • Watch: Bruce Hornsby & The Shins’ James Mercer Perform “My Resolve” On Colbert Watch: Bruce Hornsby & The Shins’ James Mercer Perform “My Resolve” On Colbert

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     Hornsby and Mercer recorded their parts of the performance remotely, in what appears to be two different home studios. It’s a shame we couldn’t see the two of them singing on the same stage, but that’s just the way it is. Watch the performance below.

     Hornsby and Mercer recorded their parts of the performance remotely, in what appears to be two different home studios. It’s a shame we couldn’t see the two of them singing on the same stage, but that’s just the way it is. Watch the performance below.

  • Watch Unearthed Footage Of Lou Reed Playing With John Mellencamp Watch Unearthed Footage Of Lou Reed Playing With John Mellencamp

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    It’s the kind of story you hear all the time, but it never actually happens to real people. September 17th 1987, around 100 people are at the Bluebird night club, in Bloomington Indiana, to see a band called the Ragin’ Texans. Then John Mellencamp walks onstage which he was known to do from time to time at that bar. The evening was a secret warm-up for Farm Aid. But imagine the crowd’s surprise when Lou Reed joined him for a follow-up set that included “Sweet Jane,” “Rock & Roll,” and “I Love You, Suzanne.” Oh, and John Prine went on after them. It's the stuff of rock legends, which you would never believe, were it not for the camera in audience. Enjoy.
    It’s the kind of story you hear all the time, but it never actually happens to real people. September 17th 1987, around 100 people are at the Bluebird night club, in Bloomington Indiana, to see a band called the Ragin’ Texans. Then John Mellencamp walks onstage which he was known to do from time to time at that bar. The evening was a secret warm-up for Farm Aid. But imagine the crowd’s surprise when Lou Reed joined him for a follow-up set that included “Sweet Jane,” “Rock & Roll,” and “I Love You, Suzanne.” Oh, and John Prine went on after them. It's the stuff of rock legends, which you would never believe, were it not for the camera in audience. Enjoy.