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18-year-old drums for Pearl Jam as Matt Cameron continues COVID recovery
Pearl Jam were joined on drums by an 18-year-old at their Oakland, California show this weekend – see footage below.The Seattle legends’ drummer Matt Cameron is out of action on the band’s current tour after testing positive for COVID, so they’ve been enlisting stand-in drummers.Pearl Jam were joined by a fan on drums at their Oakland show on Thursday (May 12), with touring member and former Red Hot Chili Peppers guitarist Josh Klinghoffer also stepping in on drumming duties for a series of tracks including Neil Young’s ‘Rockin’ In The Free World’, ‘Elderly Woman Behind The Counter In A Small Town’, ‘Why Go’ and ‘Corduroy’.With Cameron still isolating, Saturday’s (May 14) show also saw the band recruit another stand-in drummer for a song.Kai Neukermans joined the band for 2013 song ‘Mind Your Manners’, and told the San Fransisco Chronicle that, after hearing that Cameron was unavailable to play the show, he texted Pearl Jam frontman Eddie Vedder‘s daughter Olivia, who he had met on a previous occasion.He was then invited to send a video of him drumming along to a Pearl Jam track, which he skipped school to do, and ended up on stage at the Oakland Arena.Fan-shot footage sees Vedder telling the crowd during the show: “Everybody this is Kai; Kai this is everybody! You’re leading the band, brother.”See footage below.Last week, Pearl Jam honoured Foo Fighters’ late drummer Taylor Hawkins during their LA concert at The Forum by performing 2005 song ‘Cold Day In The Sun’.The original version of the track featured Hawkins on lead vocals and, for the Seattle band’s performance of it, Cameron took on singing duties.Cameron and Hawkins previously worked together in the band Nighttime Boogie Association, releasing two songs together
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Watch Pearl Jam get fan to play drums after Matt Cameron tests positive for COVID-19
Pearl Jam drummer Matt Cameron pulled out of the band’s show in Oakland last night (May 12) after testing positive for COVID-19.It was the first time in 24 years the sticksman has missed a show with the band.As a result, touring member and former Red Hot Chili Peppers guitarist Josh Klinghoffer stepped in on drumming duties for a series of tracks including Neil Young’s ‘Rockin’ In The Free World’, ‘Elderly Woman Behind The Counter In A Small Town’, ‘Why Go’ and ‘Corduroy’.Longtime band collaborator Richard Stuverud also got behind the drums for ‘Quick Escape’ and ‘Superblood Wolfmoon’ before a fan stepped up for the show’s finale ‘Yellow Ledbetter’. You can view footage below.It comes just days after the band honoured Foo Fighters’ late drummer Taylor Hawkins during their LA concert at The Forum by performing 2005 song ‘Cold Day In The Sun’.The original version of the track featured Hawkins on lead vocals and, for the Seattle band’s performance of it, Cameron took on singing duties.Cameron and Hawkins previously worked together in the band Nighttime Boogie Association, releasing two songs together – ‘Long In The Tooth’ and ‘The Path We’re On’ – in 2020.Last week, Pearl Jam took another moment to remember Hawkins as they kicked off their ‘Gigaton’ tour in San Diego.
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TWICE announce additional date for encore concert in Los Angeles
TWICE have announced an additional date for their upcoming encore concert in Los Angeles.The group shared earlier today (April 7) that they would be performing for an additional night in Los Angeles for their upcoming encore concert, after reportedly selling out tickets within 15 to 25 minutes of sales going live for what was previously meant to be a one-night-only performance.The second show will also be held at the Banc Of California Stadium, which boasts a rough seat capacity of 22,000, and will take place on May 15. The addition of both encore performances comes after the girl group wrapped up the U.S leg of their ‘III’ world tour last month, which saw all seven shows in L.A, Oakland, Fort Worth and New York sell out.Tickets for the newly-added show will be going on sale on April 11 at 3pm PDT through the Live Nation website.TWICE 4TH WORLD TOUR ‘Ⅲ’ ENCORE / ADDITIONAL SHOW INFO■SHOW INFO-LOS ANGELES 2022.05.15 (SUN) 7:30PM @ BANC OF CALIFORNIA STADIUM■TICKET OPEN-2022.04.11 (MON) 3PM (PDT)-WEBSITE: https://t.co/ugDHoZSOol■MORE INFOhttps://t.co/3u7cpM9Rtr#TWICE_4TH_WORLD_TOUR_ENCORE pic.twitter.com/NfbXWlqFYX— TWICE (@JYPETWICE) April 7, 2022With this, TWICE will also be first K-pop girl group in history to perform in a North American stadium, and are also the second K-pop act to do so overall, following BTS, per Soompi. Last year, TWICE released ‘Formula Of Love: T+O=<3’ alongside the music video for its lead single ‘Scientist’.
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TWICE to hold one-night-only encore concert in Los Angeles
TWICE are set to return to Los Angeles for a one-night-only encore performance of their sold-out ‘III’ US tour.At midnight KST today (March 31), the group’s label JYP Entertainment announced on social media that the K-pop girl group will be performing at Los Angeles’ Banc Of California Stadium, which boasts a rough seat capacity of 22,000. The concert will take place on May 14.The addition of the encore performance comes after the girl group wrapped up the U.S leg of their ‘III’ world tour last month, which saw all seven shows in L.A, Oakland, Fort Worth and New York sell out.Tickets for the upcoming Banc Of California Stadium performance will be go on sale on April 6 at 3pm PDT through the Live Nation website.TWICE 4TH WORLD TOUR ‘Ⅲ’ ENCORE■SHOW INFO– LOS ANGELES 2022.05.14 (SAT) 7:30PM @ BANC OF CALIFORNIA STADIUM■TICKET OPEN– 2022.04.06 (WED) 3PM (PDT)– WEBSITE : https://t.co/ugDHoZSOol■MORE INFOhttps://t.co/3u7cpM9Rtr#TWICE #트와이스#TWICE_4TH_WORLD_TOUR_ENCORE pic.twitter.com/xQbwX7A7TC— TWICE (@JYPETWICE) March 30, 2022With this, TWICE will also be first K-pop girl group in history to perform in a North American stadium, and are also the second K-pop act to do so overall, following BTS, per Soompi. Last year, TWICE released ‘Formula Of Love: T+O=<3’ alongside the music video for its lead single ‘Scientist’.
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Listen to Charli XCX’s tender new single, ‘Every Rule’
Charli XCX has shared a new song ‘Every Rule’, ahead of the release of her new album ‘Crash‘ this Friday (March 18) – listen below.The slow-burning, tender ballad has a gentle beat, soft-synths and auto-tuned vocals throughout.Last week, Charli XCX shared the full track listing for ‘Crash’, which is made up of 12 songs including ‘Every Rule’.The new single is joined on the record by the previously unveiled ‘Good Ones‘, ‘Baby‘, her collaboration with Rina Sawayama, ‘Beg For You’ and her song with Christine and the Queens and Caroline Polachek, ‘New Shapes’.Following the release of ‘Crash’, Charli will be heading out on a European and North American tour, with shows in Los Angeles, London, Paris and more.Get your tickets here and see the full list of tour dates below.MARCH 202226 – Fox Theatre – Oakland, CA29 – Crystal Ballroom – Portland, ORAPRIL 20221 – The Observatory North Park – San Diego, CA3 – The Greek Theatre – Los Angeles, CA6 – Ogden Theatre – Denver, CO8 – ACL Live at The Moody Theater – Austin, TX9 – House of Blues Houston – Houston, TX10 – House of Blues Dallas – Dallas, TX12 – Orpheum Theater – New Orleans, LA13 – The Eastern – Atlanta, GA15 – The Orange Peel – Asheville, NC16 – The NorVa – Norfolk, VA18 – The Fillmore Philadelphia – Philadelphia, PA20 – House of Blues Boston – Boston, MA22 – Hammerstein Ballroom – New York, NY23 – Hammerstein Ballroom – New York, NY25 – Massey Hall – Toronto, ON26 – Royal Oak Music Theatre – Royal Oak, MI28 – Palace Theatre – Saint Paul, MN29 – Byline Bank Aragon Ballroom – Chicago, ILMAY 202213 – Olympia Theatre – Dublin, Ireland15 – O2 Academy – Glasgow, UK17 – Victoria Warehouse – Manchester, UK18 – O2 Academy – Birmingham, UK19 – Alexandra Palace – London, UK21 – UEA –
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Stray Kids announce second world tour ‘Maniac’
Stray Kids have announced their second world tour, ‘Maniac’, which will kick off in South Korea this spring.The JYP Entertainment boy band will hit the road in support of their upcoming EP ‘ODDINARY’, which will be released later this month.Although venues for the tour have yet to be revealed, Stray Kids unveiled the first dates and cities they will perform in on the ‘Maniac’ tour earlier today (March 6). Following an opening performance in Seoul, the group will then visit Japan and the US, before returning to Tokyo at the end of the run.An official tour poster shared on the band’s social media accounts hinted that other cities would be added to the itinerary soon, with “and more” written at the bottom of the flyer.Stray Kids(스트레이 키즈) 2nd World Tour "MANIAC" ✅ Pre-Save and Pre-Order <ODDINARY> now! https://t.co/hVvEkDsyoZ #StrayKids #스트레이키즈#StrayKids_2ndWorldTour#ODDINARY#MANIAC #MANIAC_SKZ#StrayKidsComeback#YouMakeStrayKidsStay pic.twitter.com/VHnpISmy7U— Stray Kids (@Stray_Kids) March 6, 2022Stray Kids will play: April 2022 30 – SeoulMay 2022 1 – Seoul 11 – Kobe 12 – Kobe 18 – Tokyo 19 – TokyoJune 2022 29 – Newark, NJJuly 2022 1 – Chicago, IL 3 – Atlanta, GA 6 – Fort Worth, TX 9 – Los Angeles, CA 12 – Oakland, CA 14 – Seattle, WA 26 – Tokyo 27 – TokyoFurther information about ticket sales and venues is expected to be announced soon.Last month, Stray Kids shared a thrilling trailer for ‘ODDINARY’, which featured member Felix entering a building called ‘Ordinary’ before being transported to a different dimension.
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