Led Zeppelin will be releasing a DVD of their 2007 concert, recorded in London—but not until it makes the rounds in movie theaters. The band has been teasing the release on their Facebook and Twitter page and now they’ve released a short trailer for what will be a truly epic film. Titled Celebration Day, the concert will be aired in 1,500 theaters around the world October 17th. Then, just in time for Christmas, the band will release the concert footage on several different video and audio platforms November 19th. Get more details on the screening and the release of the movie at LedZeppelin.com.
Foo Fighters have been busy, playing to elites in politics and technology. Several weeks ago at the Democratic National Convention, Foo Fighters performed for delegates there to nominate President Obama for a second term in the White House. This week, the band performed for a crowd at the unveiling of Apple’s new iPhone 5. They performed acoustic versions of “My Hero,” “Times Like These,” and “Walk.” Their next big performance is for Global Festival, a concert to raise funds for poverty worldwide.
He broke his foot
“Ok this sucks but doctor just said I broke two bones in my foot,” that’s a tweet from Motley Crue’s Vince Neil. After a concert with KISS in Ohio, the Crue front man said he may have broken his foot and he’d have to get an x-ray in Toronto. After the x-ray, doctors confirmed he broke two bones. Now he’ll have to wear a cast on stage.
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