ALICE MERTON – Hit The Ground Running (live @ Exit Festival, 2018)

From Alice Merton's No Roots EP (2017) Hit the groundHit the ground running It’s a one way street with an open endAnd you never know what lies aheadBut I always knew that this was itThe signs were litOh, I always knew I’m gonna hit the ground runningHit the ground runningOnly waiting for the marching… Continue lendo ALICE MERTON – Hit The Ground Running (live @ Exit Festival, 2018)

ALICE MERTON – I Don’t Hold A Grudge (live @ Pleins Feux Festival de Bonneville, 2018)

From Alice Merton's album Mint (2019) [Intro: Spoken]I’m really sorryI really don’t understand [Verse 1]Where were you when the lights went out?Where were you when I almost drowned?Where were you when the fire went down?Where were you, were you lost or found?But you, lost in the weight of your mindOh and you, you take… Continue lendo ALICE MERTON – I Don’t Hold A Grudge (live @ Pleins Feux Festival de Bonneville, 2018)

ALICE MERTON – Live @ Hurricane Festival (2019)

The Hurricane Festival, also just Hurricane, is a music festival that has taken place at the Eichenring, a speedway race track, in Scheeßel, Germany, since 1997. With more than 80,000 attendees (2022) it is one of the largest music festivals in Germany. Southside Festival, often referred to as Hurricane's "sister" festival, takes place on the… Continue lendo ALICE MERTON – Live @ Hurricane Festival (2019)

ALICE MERTON – Live @ Sziget Festival (2022)

Alice Merton (born 13 September 1993) is a German-Canadian singer and songwriter. Merton achieved mainstream success with her debut single, “No Roots”. Merton was born on 13 September 1993 in Frankfurt, Germany to a German mother and an Irish-born father. Merton's family moved frequently due to her father's job as a mining consultant. When she… Continue lendo ALICE MERTON – Live @ Sziget Festival (2022)

BEACH BOYS – Good Vibrations (Live Aid, 1985)

The Beach Boys performing at Live Aid in front of 100,000 people in the John F. Kennedy Stadium, Philadelphia USA on the 13th July, 1985. The event was organised by Sir Bob Geldof and Midge Ure to raise funds for the Ethiopian famine disaster. Broadcast across the world via one of the largest satellite link-ups… Continue lendo BEACH BOYS – Good Vibrations (Live Aid, 1985)

PLACEBO – I Know (live @ Sziget Festival 2012)

From Placebo's self-titled debut album (1996) I know, you love the song but not the singerI know, you've got me wrapped around your fingerI know, you want the sin without the sinnerI knowI know I know, the past will catch you up as you run fasterI know, the last in line is always called… Continue lendo PLACEBO – I Know (live @ Sziget Festival 2012)

JOHN ZORN – The Song Project @ Moers Festival (2013) [Full show]

Including music originally written for Naked City, Masada, The Dreamers, a variety of film soundtracks and more, The Song Project is a retrospective of some of Zorn's most lyrical compositions from the past 30 years. Features the voices of Mike Patton, Jesse Harris, and Sofia Rei. The Song Project Live at Moers Festival, 17… Continue lendo JOHN ZORN – The Song Project @ Moers Festival (2013) [Full show]

THE CLASH – Live @ US Festival, San Bernardino, CA (1983)

Flashback: The Clash Say Goodbye at the 1983 US Festival - Rolling Stone, November 1, 2012 The Clash came to a rather sad ending in May 1983. The group had every reason to be on the top of the world by this point: their previous LP, Combat Rock, was an enormous hit and their singles “Rock the… Continue lendo THE CLASH – Live @ US Festival, San Bernardino, CA (1983)

Monsters of Rock Moscow ’91: Riots dvring the show

An estimated crowd of 1.6 to 2 million people are said to have attended the Monsters Of Rock festival at the Tushino Airfield in Moscow, September 28, 1991. The event featured bands such as AC/DC, Metallica, Pantera, The Black Crowes, Mötley Crüe, and Queensryche. 30 Years since Moscow’s Monsters of RockRemembering Russia’s biggest-ever rock… Continue lendo Monsters of Rock Moscow ’91: Riots dvring the show