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Guns N’ Roses Recruit Alice In Chains and Lenny Kravitz for ‘Not In This Lifetime Tour’

posted by Oscar May 18, 2016

Big news today regarding Guns N’ Roses’ Not In This Lifetime reunion tour with the announcement that Alice In Chains and Lenny Kravitz will be supporting acts on select dates!

Alice In Chains joins the tour from opening night, Thursday, June 23 in Detroit, Mich. at Ford Field and will perform through the tour’s second Chicago date at Soldier Field on Sunday, July 3. Lenny Kravitz will then join the tour from Tuesday, July 19 starting at the first Boston, Mass. date at Foxboro Stadium and perform through the tour’s second date at East Rutherford, NJ on Sunday, July 24. Demand for tickets to the Not In This Lifetime Tour continue at an unprecedented pace as additional shows were recently announced including Chicago (July 3), Boston (July 20), New York City (July 24) and two brand new dates in Los Angeles (August 18 & 19). A full list of tour dates is below.

According to a press release, one million fans (!!) and counting will be witnesses of the most highly anticipated tour of the past few decades. I feel lucky to admit that I am part of that bunch that gets to see Axel, Slash, and Duff McKagan back in action! The summer kicks off on Thursday, June 23 in Detroit! Continue Reading

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Album Stream: Miguel – ‘WILDHEART’

posted by Oscar June 22, 2015

Miguel - Wildheart

Miguel will be dropping his hotly anticipated third album WILDHEART on June 30th via RCA. The sultry R&B project is 12 tracks deep with only features being Kurupt and Lenny Kravitz, along with production work Benny Cassette and DJ Premier.

Hit the jump to see the tracklist. Stream it in full over at NPR.comContinue Reading

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Video: See Katy Perry’s Super Bowl Halftime Show feat. Missy Elliott & Lenny Kravitz

posted by Oscar February 1, 2015

Katy Perry was the artist selected to put on the iconic Super Bowl Halftime Show, leaving Pop’s favorite “California Girl” to bring out the best of what she’s got. While Perry herself did a pretty decent job on her end, it was Missy Elliot that stole the show with her performance of her hits “Get Ur Freak On,” “Work It,” and “Lose Control.” Lenny Kravitz was around for half a sec too.

Check out the performance above.

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Video: Lenny Kravitz: “Get Back” (Live on ‘Letterman’)

posted by Oscar February 6, 2014

Continuing  “Beatles Tribute Week” at Late Show with David Letterman, Lenny Kravitz was the next one up to play a Beatles cover at the historic Ed Sullivan Theater. Kravitz played the closing number from Let It Be, the last full studio release from the band. While the cover stayed true to the original, this version felt fresh and definitely worked, especially thanks to Paul Shaffer’s organ work sounding every bit as good as Billy Preston’s original.

See it above.