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New Politics shake up “Harlem” at secret show—watch
New Politics surprised their New York fans with a secret show where they performed a very special rendition of “Harlem,” and you can catch it here on AP. Capturing the intimacy of Grace’s Pub in New York’s West End, fans can be seen enthusiastically singing along to the hit. Read more: Brendon U... Read More ...
Green Day frontman Billie Joe Armstrong performs secret show with son
Green Day frontman Billie Joe Armstrong performs secret show with son
This past Thursday, June 12, Green Day frontman Billie Joe Armstrong and side guitarist Jason White performed a secret show at 1-2-3-4 Go Records in Oakland, California with Armstrong's son, Joey, on drums. According to Restless Press, the trio operated under the moniker Two And A Half Men and played songs deep within Green Day's back catalog, such as "Church On Sunday," "2,000 Ligh
Midtown secret reunion show photo recap
Photographer: Rebecca Reed Last night (May 14) in Brooklyn at the Knitting Factory, a mysterious band billed as "Merman" (or "Brotown" in some circles) made their grand reunion. Of course, "Brotown" is simply the moniker of Midtown who announced their return in February (read more about that in our exclusive Q&A with Gabe Saporta).  AP photographer Rebecca R ... R
Dave Grohl plays surprise show for less than 100 people in Nashville, possibly for new documentary
Dave Grohl plays surprise show for less than 100 people in Nashville, possibly for new documentary
Just two nights after Foo Fighters frontman and former Nirvana drummer Dave Grohl played a surprise show at Washington, DC's 9:30 Club with his band, the rocker turned up at Nashville, Tenn.'s famed Bluebird Cafe to play a solo, acoustic set for less than 100 unsuspecting patrons. According to account ...
Taking Back Sunday perform new song live at “secret” acoustic show
Taking Back Sunday perform new song live at “secret” acoustic show
Taking Back Sunday's Adam Lazzara and John Nolan, during a "secret" acoustic show last night at a bar called The Leaky Lifeboat in Seaford, N.Y., performed a new song, potentially titled "The Bird You Cannot Change." We say potentially because, though Lazzara jokingly suggested the title (and even laughed about how all of the "shitty phone videos will now be titled 'Taki