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In case you may have missed any of them last week, here are the top five music articles that made the cut! Be sure to check out the picture galleries, along with hit-singles from upcoming albums.
This summer is sure to be a good one for all you Pearl Jam and Cubs fans! The band has officially announced their plans to play at Wrigley Field in July. Tickets go on sale soon! Click here to read more on the announcement and check out 93XRT’s photo gallery of the band’s latest Chicago area performance!
Around the world, Chicago is well-known for its Blues culture, from Buddy Guy to Muddy Waters, both pioneers of Chicago blues. The city seems to be lacking a Blues museum, a place where Chicagoans and tourists can learn about the music. Muddy Water’s former Chicago home could possibly be destroyed, how can it be saved, rather how can it be preserved? Click here to read more as Terri Hemmert goes into depth on the potential future of Muddy’s home.
Dave Grohl, the rock-n-roll guy that seems to do everything is finishing up his latest project, a documentary which focuses on stories from the famous LA recording studio, Sound City. The project has given Grohl a handful of opportunities, one that involves a Beatle. Click here to read more on Grohl’s project and listen to the hit-single off the documentary’s soundtrack.
Check out the latest from folk rocker, Devendra Banhart who has released two singles off his upcoming album set to hit stores in March. The album features Banhart’s unique style with new and different sounds. Click here to read more on the singer’s forthcoming album and listen to the two hit-singles!
After the release of the Yeah Yeah Yeahs’ cover art for their new album, XRT compiled a list of the twenty-five weirdest album covers in Rock. The album covers range from Michael Jackson’s History album to Van Halen’s 1984. Click here to check out the picture gallery of some of the weirdest and most controversial album covers in Rock.