Set Your DVRs

May 20th, 2008 // 1 Comment

Music television also-ran Fuse is taking my advice and stepping up its live-musical-event game; it’s planning six hours of programming to the Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival next month, for those of you who aren’t in the mood to travel all the way to Tennessee for the express purpose of seeing Pearl Jam, Metallica, and Jack MFing Johnson. I’m just hoping that the network’s plan of interviews, live performances, and other coverage somehow involves enticing Lez-not-Led Zeppelin into their media tent, since that’s my favorite story to emerge from the festival so far. [AP]

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  1. pantsonfireliarliar

    I wonder how much overlap there will be with AT&T Blue Room streaming. Pretty good coverage there and they typically have a short interview before the show. On top of that, if you watch on a Mac, it actually lets you save the downloaded stream for future watching! I’ve got the Portishead performance from Coachella saved!

    On another note, this is the first time I’m not making Bonnaroo in several years. Kinda depressed about that, but at the same time I don’t feel like I’m missing much except Metallica, and only because I never got to seem them as a kid. So this is welcome news, at least for the music aspect of Bonnaroo…

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