‘Good Morning America’ Summer Concert Series Lines Up Black Eyed Peas, Miley Cyrus, Jonas Brothers And More

Becky Bain | April 29, 2010 10:38 am

Good Morning America announced its annual summer concert series, and it looks like there’s something for everybody—that is, if absolutely no one is a fan of indie rock music. Jump below to check out the lineup.

May 21 – Jonas Brothers and Demi Lovato May 28 – Sugarland June 4 – Diddy-Dirty Money June 11 – Norah Jones and Sarah McLachlan June 18 – Miley Cyrus June 25 – Alicia Keys July 2 – Mary J. Blige July 9 – To Be Announced July 16 – The Go-Go’s July 23 – Sheryl Crow July 30 – Black Eyed Peas August 6 – To be Announced August 13 – Jonas Brothers and Demi Lovato August 20 – Rihanna August 27 – Lady Antebellum

This season’s crop of performers, although impressive, certainly is missing a straight-up rock act. There’s R&B, hip-hop, pop and country, and although the JoBros have guitars slung around their shoulders, we’re tentative of calling them anything other than pop. Were GMA producers too anxious to book another “edgy” rock band after last year’s Green Day performance, when Billie Joe Armstrong uttered a few naughty words that were left uncensored?

There’s still two TBA dates left on the schedule—what are the odds of, say, MGMT or Vampire Weekend filling those slots? They’re worthy enough to be loved by big name hip-hop acts, and we’d go so far as to say both bands are a lot more culturally relevant than The Go-Go’s, who haven’t released a new album since 2001.

What’s more likely, however, is GMA producers just getting Justin Bieber to perform twice. Figures.