BUDWEISER MADE IN AMERICA 2014 LOS ANGELES LINEUP ANNOUNCED – JOHN MAYER, IMAGINE DRAGONS, RISE AGAINST, WEEZER, CYPRESS HILL, SUBLIME w. ROME, METRIC, and MORE

Here it is. Made In America Part Deux – Los Angeles. This summer, John Mayer and Imagine Dragons will headline Made In America in Los Angeles. The City of Angels will also feature stellar rock acts  Rise Against, Weezer, Cypress Hill, Sublime w. Rome, Mute Math, Capital Cities, Metric, Dr. Dog, and Terraplane Sun. … Continue reading

BUDWEISER MADE IN AMERICA 2014 PHILADELPHIA LINEUP ANNOUNCED – KINGS OF LEON, THE NATIONAL, CITY AND COLOUR, AWOLNATION, SPOON, KONGOS, AND MORE

The wait is finally over and the lineup for one of the world’s most anticipated summer festivals is finally here. This summer, Kings of Leon will headline Philadelphia, and City and Colour, The National, AWOLNATION, Spoon, Kongos, Mayer Hawthorne will also be featured rock acts in the City of Brotherly Love. Also set … Continue reading

RECORD STORE DAY 2014 – THE COMPLETE ROCK MUSIC RELEASE GUIDE

311 – 311 (12″ Vinyl) 311 – Evolver (12″ Vinyl) Aerosmith – Night in the Ruts (12″ Vinyl) Aerosmith – Draw The Line (12″ Vinyl) Aerosmith – Rocks (12″ Vinyl) Aerosmith – Rock in a Hard Place (12″ Vinyl) The Allman Brothers Band – Play All Night: Live at The Beacon Theatre 1992 (12″ Vinyl) American Authors – In a Big … Continue reading

BUDWEISER MADE IN AMERICAN FESTIVAL 2014 SET FOR PHILADELPHIA AND LOS ANGELES

A summer filled with massive co-headlining tours is upon us, and the Budweiser Made In America Festival is following suit. For the last two years, the festival has taken place over Labor Day Weekend on the Ben Franklin Parkway in Philadelphia, PA. This year, the festival will expand to include … Continue reading

THE AMERICAN WAY – BUDWEISER MADE IN AMERICA FESTIVAL 2013 IN REVIEW

As the 2nd annual installment of the Budweiser Made In America Festival was starting to wind down on Sunday, September 1, Queens of the Stone Age frontman Josh Homme made the statement of the weekend: “Well, Philly, it’s goddamn good to see ya.” It was certainly good to see Queens of the Stone Age back in … Continue reading