Bruno Mars took the stage at the Brit Awards Wednesday evening to sing his latest hit “That’s What I Like.” More
02/14/2017 by PeekYou Team
The xx have enlisted a special lineup of support acts for their “Night + Day” event series, whose main attraction is their March 8-15 residency at London’s O2 Brixton Academy. Among the support acts are their U.S. tour companions Sampha and Kelela, along with Cat Power, Savages’ Jehnny Beth on solo piano, Floating Points, Robyn’s “RBN/RMX Live” project, Francis and the Lights, Joy Orbison, the London Contemporary Orchestra performing Mica Levi, and more. See the…
02/09/2017 by PeekYou Team
Author: Jon Blistein / Source: Rolling Stone
Green Day invited a disabled fan to play with the band onstage during the punk outfit’s gig in London Wednesday.
02/06/2017 by PeekYou Team
Author: Daniel Kreps / Source: Rolling Stone
01/20/2017 by PeekYou Team
Author: Josh Katzenstein / Source: NOLA.com
The NFL announced the dates Friday for the four London games in 2017, including the New Orleans Saints’ matchup against the Miami Dolphins.
12/13/2016 by PeekYou Team
Author: Todd Archer / Source: ESPN.com
12/09/2016 by PeekYou Team
Author: Kevin Patra / Source: NFL.com
If a little of London is good, more must be better.
The NFL announced Friday the league expanded the 2017 London series to four games.
“We continue to be incredibly excited by the passion and love for the NFL shown by our millions of UK fans,” NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said in a statement. “London is an amazing city. We have had tremendous support from our fans, from Mayor Khan and other government leaders and business partners, and we are looking forward to taking the next step in the UK by playing four games in London next season.”
The NFL has played three games in London in each season since 2014. All games have sold out. The escalation to four — half of one a team’s home slate — continues to test the saturation level of NFL fandom across the pond.
“London staging a fourth NFL game is fantastic news — not…
11/27/2016 by PeekYou Team
Author: Evan Minsker / Source: pitchfork.com
Aphex Twin live appearances don’t happen often, but it seems like Richard D. James is steadily booking more shows. He plays Houston’s Day for Night festival on December 17—his first U.S. appearance in eight years. Next year, it looks like he’s performing at Field Day London, which happens on June 3 in Victoria Park. The festival…
11/27/2016 by PeekYou Team
Author: AP / Source: USA TODAY
LONDON (AP) — After a difficult introduction to English Premier League management, Bob Bradley’s wait for a win is over.
Swansea’s players couldn’t achieve it the easy way for their trail-blazing American coach.
In the sixth game of his reign on Saturday, Swansea tossed away a 3-1 lead against Crystal Palace to head into stoppage time trailing 4-3.
Displaying the fighting spirit Swansea has lacked this season, Fernando Llorente found time to score twice and complete a wild 5-4 victory that lifted the south Wales club off the bottom of the standings.
“It’s a crazy match, and it’s very important for us,” Llorente said. “We need confidence and this match will help us a lot.”
It shouldn’t have been so tough. After Wilfried Zaha gave Palace an early lead, Gylfi Sigurdsson’s free kick and Leroy Fer’s double gave Swansea a 3-1 advantage. But the game unexpectedly swung back in Palace’s favor when James Tomkins and Christian Benteke scored either side of Jack Cork’s own goal in a nine-minute spell.
But Llorente, dropped from the squad for last weekend’s draw at Everton, presented his case for a starting role in the most dramatic fashion.
“The character of the players came through,” Bradley said. “It’s been a difficult season so far, there have been a lot of things that just didn’t bounce the right way.”
On Saturday they did, but not for Alan Pardew whose Palace side slumped to a sixth successive league and is only out of the relegation zone on goal difference. Swansea climbed off the bottom and is two points from safety.
The top of the table…