Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: beduin soundclash, cobra starship, cold war kids, Free Concert, hot hot heat, Huntington Beach, iration, street drum corps, switchfoot, the soft pack, timmy curran, u.s. open, weezer
The largest professional surfing competition on the mainland United States has announced the lineup for their free music series.
In August 2010 Weezer, Cold War Kids, Cobra Starship and a few others will play on the beach in Huntington during the U.S. Open. The fuil music schedule is as follows:
Tuesday, August 3 Cold War Kids preceded by The Soft Pack
Wednesday August 4 Bedouin Soundclash preceded by Iration
Thursday August 5 Switchfoot preceded by Timmy Curran
Friday, August 6 Cobra Starship preceded by Street Drum Corps
Saturday, August 7 Weezer preceded by Hot Hot Heat
Filed under: music | Tags: 2010, bamboozle, demi lovato, paramore, we the kings, weezer
For it still being 2009 all the news seems it’s for 2010 lately. Today the 2010 lineup for Bamboozle was announced and features Paramore and Weezer headlining with the complete list of performers found on the Official Bamboozle site.
Anyone else slightly disappointed with the line up? Last year had We The Kings, Fall Out Boy, Cobra Starship, Boys Like Girls, Forever The Sickest Kids and Demi Lovato among others.
Filed under: aly & aj, zac efron/vanessa hudgnes | Tags: aly & aj, los angeles, new album, new york, news, secret concert, song, vanessa hudgens, weezer
Weezer frontman, Rivers Cuomo shed light on his time working with the talented sisters, Aly & AJ:
“I just wrote a song with Aly & AJ that was incredibly fun. It was such a blast to remember how teenagers approach songwriting. Their minds just work so fast and they have no fear and no ego. They’re just constantly pouring out ideas and trying different things. They’re just completely unafraid. It was very inspiring. ”
So nice! In other Aly & AJ news as well, Aly’s new movie, Bandslam which stars Vanessa Hudgens among others may create openings for possible tour dates and concerts in Los Angeles and New York.
Walden also has plans to better synergize Anschutz’s other businesses. While preferential treatment in Anschutz-owned theaters could run afoul of the law — Regal is a publicly traded company that comprises the Regal, United Artists and Edwards chains, and Walden doesn’t book its own films, anyway — the Summit-distributed Walden film “Bandslam” will take full advantage of Anschutz’s AEG Live to boost the film’s awareness level. “High School Musical’s” Vanessa Hudgens and Disney Channel’s Alyson Michalka star as high school rockers who enter a battle of the bands contest, and AEG Live will book dates at the Anschutz-owned Nokia venues in New York and Los Angeles, where the girls and other acts from the film will play.