The Route 103
The Route Roundup, community events for the week of Monday, October 20th to Friday, October 31st, 2014.
October 31st, Halloween is on a Friday this year…Christy in the Morning is sharing a list of her favorite Top 10 Halloween songs! Boo!
U2 and frontman Bono have been the punchline of the music industry for a minute after they loaded their recent album Songs of Innocence in your iTunes whether you wanted it or not.
The ’70s have been coming back in pop culture over the past few years, with American Hustle, now Inherent Vice and especially on the runway, but a recently-surfaced ad for Paul McCartney‘s band Wings is the best capsule of the zany time.
Yusuf/Cat Stevens will release his new album, Tell ‘Em I’m Gone, on Oct. 27 and in an interview with SPIN, the singer opens up to Will Oldham (aka Bonnie “Prince” Billy) about the album, which was mixed by Yardbirds member Paul Samwell-Smith.
By now, nearly everyone has voiced their opinion about U2‘s iTunes invasion, where — as you have probably heard by now — they surprised millions of people by releasing the album, with no prior announcement, straight into millions of people’s iClouds without asking permission to do so first.
If Sting was to sing ringtones for your cellphone, they would not be some ordinary ringtone like marimba. C’mon this is Sting we’re talking about. According to Jimmy Fallon, these jingles would be appropriately called “Stingtones.”
By Shannon Carlin With three nights on Letterman already under their belt, featuring special guests Heart, Tony Joe White and Zac Brown, it’s not going to be easy for the Foo Fighters to outdo themselves. [...]
Led Zeppelin are gearing up to release the deluxe editions of their albums Led Zeppelin IV and Houses of the Holy. Each remastered edition will include another disc which features alternate mixes of their songs.
In “Headlines From Hollywood,” we take a look at what’s going on in the entertainment industry this week. From Don Henley to Michael Jackson to U2 and Bono.