Morning Music Notes: Glastonbury? Open.
The annual UK festival opens today and (as always) boasts a lineup so deep that you could run around all weekend and STILL miss some great bands. Cheers to everyone there right now – hope it’s a great one!
Morning Music Notes:
Iron Maiden’s Bruce Dickenson begs to differ about Glastonbury: “Now it’s the most bourgeois thing on the planet. Anywhere Gwyneth Paltrow goes and you can live in an air-conditioned yurt is not for me.” Ha! Read the rest here…
Bob Dylan’s original ‘Like A Rolling Stone’ lyrics just sold for $2.045 MILLION yesterday [spits out coffee – “MILLION?!”]. More via RollingStone…
Dave Chappelle’s string of shows at Radio City Music Hall continue to bring the big guns. Last night, Nas showed up, and played his entire Illmatic album with live orchestra [spits out coffee – LIVE ORCHESTRA?!]… see more @Spin
New Music from The Weeknd.