announced a major fall North American tour. The 28-date trek launches October 21st at the Aftershock Festival in Sacramento, California and concludes December 4th in Eugene, Oregon. More
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Cat Power has announced new tour dates supporting Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, as CoS points out. The singer-songwriter will join Cave and his band for their shows in Berkeley and Los Angeles, CA, on June 24 and 29 respectively. Check out Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds’ full itinerary below. They’re currently touring behind their excellent 2016 album Skeleton Tree.
Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds:
05-26 Brooklyn, NY – Kings Theatre
05-29 Montreal, Quebec – Metropolis
01/28/2017 by PeekYou Team
Mischa Barton was on a downward spiral for nearly a year before it became so bad this week she agreed to check herself into a hospital psych unit.
Mischa lives in an apartment building in West Hollywood and neighbors say she’s made it impossible to live in peace and quiet. They say she frequently had crying fits on her patio, screaming nonsense at the top of her lungs.
01/23/2017 by PeekYou Team
Source: Rolling Stone
Soulja Boy was charged Monday with illegal possession of firearms, the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office announced. The rapper (real name DeAndre Cortez Way) faces two felony weapons possession charges and one misdemeanor count of receiving stolen property. If convicted, he faces over four years in state prison. His arraignment is scheduled for Monday.
Way was arrested by Los…
01/18/2017 by PeekYou Team
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Author: Daniel Kreps / Source: Rolling Stone
Grandaddy have unveiled “Evermore,” another new track off their upcoming Last Place, the Modesto, California alt-rockers first LP in 11 years.
Like its Last Place predecessor “Way We Won’t,” “Nevermore” chugs along on an ascending synth melody as frontman Jason Lytle pairs the electronic elements of the music with earthier lyrics about trees dying on the side of a freeway.
“I have no idea what the song is about,” Lytle…