The mysterious stickers are getting nationwide attention with a large contingent of the music industry concentrated in Austin this week for the annual SXSW music conference.
Among the hilariously named fake acts include Tanya and the Hardings, DJ Costco and all-female rap act, Heavy Flow.
Here’s a little taste we found on the intertubes: Prince has struck again, this time in Texas. According to Rolling Stone, Minnesota’s finest started off the final night of SXSW saying, “Don’t make me hurt […]
This year’s edition of the annual music circus known as South By Southwest in Austin, Texas, raged on last night (March 14), with star turns from classic rock royalty, hip-hop legends and alt-rock pioneers alike. […]
John Fogerty has recently been quoted as saying that Dave Grohl has a childlike enthusiasm for music. Grohl’s fans have seen that time and time again over the years, watching him play in a number […]
Remember when Green Day cancelled on Seattle last year? When they kept telling us that Billie Joe Armstrong would be just fine after his stay in drug and alcohol treatment? But no, understandably, the guy […]
Bruce Springsteen‘s much-anticipated keynote speech at South By Southwest entertained the audience nearly as much as his roof-raising concerts with The E Street Band.
During the SXSW film premiere of Source Code, both Jake Gyllenhaal and Pee-Wee Herman paired up to create two short videos explaining what both of their projects are all about. Sounds fun, right? Watch the […]