Posts tagged "Red Hot Chili Peppers"

Clay Aiken Is Running For Congress: Morning Mix

Did You Hear? :: Clay Aiken is running for congress. No, we're not joking. The former American Idol winner is seeking the democratic nomination in North Carolina. He's got our vote! [Gossip Cop] :: In perhaps the least helpful scoop of all time, hitmaker Ryan Tedder has revealed that Adele's new album sounds "amazing" and…
By: Mike Wass / February 6, 2014

Red Hot Chili Peppers Will Join Bruno Mars At Super Bowl Halftime Show

Bruno Mars interrupted FOX's January 11 football broadcast (above) to talk about his anticipated Super Bowl halftime show. "The thing is, I want to raise the stakes," he said. "I want to give [New Jersey's] MetLife Stadium and the viewers at home a real musical experience, do something fun, do something exciting, maybe eve…
By: Christina Lee / January 12, 2014

Coachella Lineup 2013: The Stone Roses, Phoenix, Red Hot Chili Peppers To Headline

The official lineup for Coachella 2013 is here. Rejoice! After teasing us with an "artsy" trailer earlier this week (which revealed zilch about this year's musical acts) the music and art festival finally gave the Internet what it had been waiting…
By: Erika Brooks Adickman / January 24, 2013

Pussy Riot Releases Video Thanking Madonna, Green Day, Bjork & Red Hot Chili Peppers

Members of Russian feminist punk collective Pussy Riot released a video Thursday (Sep. 6) to protest Russian President Vladimir Putin and the imprisonment of three of the band's members.In the video, the members speak broken English and thank their supporters in the music world ("Thank you Madonna! Thank you Red Hot Chili Peppers!
By: Carl Williott / September 6, 2012

Florence + The Machine, Red Hot Chili Peppers To Headline Austin City Limits

The tireless Florence Welch is clearly trying to ensure that 2012 will be her busiest year ever. The flame-haired Florence + The Machine singer and her band were announced today as headliners for the 11th annual Austin City Limits festival, along with Red Hot Chili Peppers, Neil Young And Crazy Horse, The Black…
By: Robbie Daw / May 22, 2012

Beastie Boys Tributes: Red Hot Chili Peppers, Radiohead & More Honor Adam Yauch

The death of Beastie Boys member Adam Yauch, who passed away on Friday after a long battle with cancer, has caused practically everyone in entertainment to come out and pay their respects to the rapper, songwriter and filmmaker. Coldplay and fun. honored MCA by covering some of Beastie Boys' classic songs live i…
By: Becky Bain / May 7, 2012

Lollapalooza 2012 Lineup: Florence + The Machine, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Calvin Harris & Fun.

Twenty-one years after initially kicking off as a touring extravaganza, and seven years after taking up one-stop residency at Chicago's Grant Park, Lollapalooza has announced the lineup for its 2012 fest scheduled for the weekend of August 3 - 5. Headliners this year include Red Hot Chili Peppers, The Black Keys, a reunited…
By: Robbie Daw / April 11, 2012

Bonnaroo 2012: Radiohead And Red Hot Chili Peppers Lead Festival Lineup

The initial lineup for the 11th annual Bonnaroo Music And Arts Festival was announced today. The event, which is scheduled to take place June 7 - 10 at the same 700-acre farm in Manchester, Tennessee as last year, boasts Radiohead, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Phish and the newly-reunited Beach Boys at…
By: Robbie Daw / February 14, 2012

Beastie Boys, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Guns N’ Roses For 2012 Rock Hall Of Fame

In addition to veteran acts like "Mellow Yellow" crooner Donovan, the late (and quite prolific) singer-songwriter Laura Nyro and '60s "Itchykoo Park" hit-makers Small Faces, the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame will be inducting a trio of pioneering '80s acts in 2012: Red Hot Chili Peppers, Beastie Boys and Guns N' Roses.
By: Robbie Daw / December 7, 2011

Lil Wayne’s ‘Tha Carter IV’ Tops Chart With Nearly One Million Copies Sold

Despite a wide array of harsh reviews, Lil Wayne managed to defy the critics and sell 964,000 copies of his ninth LP Tha Carter IV in its first week, more than enough to place the album at #1 on the new Billboard Top 200 chart. Weezy has now displaced…
By: Robbie Daw / September 7, 2011

10 Albums That Turn(ed) 20 In 2011: Remember The Time (PHOTOS)

The year 1991 marked a significant change in the sound of pop music. The days of bubblegum (Debbie Gibson, Rick Astley, New Kids On The Block) and hair metal (Poison, Warrant, Motley Crue) were suddenly numbered as alternative rock and grunge culture bubbled up to the surface and heavily infiltrated the mainstream. Perhaps sensing the…
By: Robbie Daw / September 5, 2011

The Morning Mix: ‘American Idol’ Contestant Engaged To ‘Twilight’ Actress

Did You Hear? :: American Idol Season 10's soft-spoken, floral-embroidered suit-wearing contestant Paul McDonald has proposed to his girlfriend of two months, Twilight actress Nikki Reed. The two met on the carpet of the movie Red Riding Hood in mid-March and announced their engagement on the red carpet of…
By: Becky Bain / June 7, 2011

The Onion Sorts Out The Least Essential Albums Of 2009

Thank goodness the Onion's A.V. Club  susses out the least essential albums clogging the market each year. How else would consumers be warned of the perils of, say, Playlist: The Very Best Of Clay Aiken or Johnny Cash Remixed while out splurging during the busy fourth quarter shopping season? Do you think a trivial thing…
By: Robbie Daw / December 22, 2009

Handicapping The Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame Nominations: Don’t Get Ready To Pucker Up Just Yet

Kiss, the Red Hot Chili Peppers, and LL Cool J lead this year's roster of first-time nominees for Jann Wenner's shrine to his concept of "rock and roll," the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame. This year's nominations total 12, with returnees like the Stooges, ABBA, and Donna Summer competing with the aforementioned newbies. Which…
By: Maura / September 23, 2009

Has The Music Industry Put The Double Album Out Of Its Misery?

The Guardian today reports on the possible end of the double album, as highlighted by Robert Smith's unwillingness to take a paycut to release a second disc along with this month's 4:13 Dream. The question that came to mind: Should anyone care?
By: Dan Gibson / October 31, 2008

Celebrating 20 Years Of Modern-Rock Countdowns, From Siouxsie To Staind

Many people find it hard to tell the great from the godawful when it comes to 21st-century mainstream rock. To help figure out which is which, here's "Corporate Rock Still Sells," where Al "GovernmentNames" Shipley examines what's good, bad, and ugly in the world of rock and roll. This time around, he celebrate…
By: Al Shipley / September 10, 2008

Back-Lite Owner Sued

Gary Shaffer, owner of Back-Lite, a company that puts glowing transparencies on the back of jackets (classy!), is being sued for $11 million after wantonly accepting a request to put a Red Hot Chili Peppers logo on one of his jackets.
By: anthonyjmiccio / July 10, 2008

Gary Shaffer, owner of Back-Lite, a company that puts glowing transparencies on the back of jackets (classy!), is being sued for $11 million after wantonly accepting a request to put a Red Hot Chili Peppers logo on one of his jackets.
By: anthonyjmiccio / July 10, 2008

Red Hot Chili Peppers Not Giving World Enough Time To Recover From “Stadium Arcadium”

From the "WTF?" file, the Red Hot Chili Peppers, who had previously said they were on a somewhat permanent hiatus, are thinking of having French electro duo Justice produce their next album.
By: Dan Gibson / July 1, 2008

Van Hagar Spin-Off Could Be The New Led Zeppelin

Chickenfoot is go! The supergroup, led by Sammy Hagar, will also bring together fellow former Van Haleneer Michael Anthony, wank wizard Joe Satriani, and Red Hot Chili Pepper Chad Smith for an album, and Hagar could not be more pumped. "When people hear the music, it's Led Zeppelin. It's as good as that. I…
By: anthonyjmiccio / May 29, 2008
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