The QLZ Music Minute--Music news written by Bishop for Springfield’s Real Rock, 92.7 QLZ
Reznor breaks to facetime
In the middle of a Nine Inch Nails show in Las Vegas, front man Trent Reznor took to the stage with his iPhone to facetime a terminally ill fan. Longtime photojournalist Andrew Youssef couldn’t make the show over the weekend because of his illness—stage-4 colon cancer—so Reznor decided to give him a view from the stage just before performing Youssef’s favorite NIN song, “In This Twighlight.” Reznor became a fan of Youssef’s column “Last Shot” and the two have even had several lunches to just hang out. Video is circulating online of Reznor’s facetime with Youssef.
Make her day
In other kick-ass band news … Pop Evil recently tweeted a pic they took with a terminally ill fan, Alexis. The band says they wanted to make her day. See that and follow Pop Evil on Twitter at Twitter.com/PopEvil Get your tickets for Pop Evil at Bunkers! The show is December 7th. The band is out touring in support of their latest album Onyx, which is in stores now. After hitting up Bunkers in Illiopolis, be sure to request the tune “Deal with the Devil” on QLZ today!
And this is why we do what we do! Help the ones in need! Alexis is terminally ill and we wanted to make her day! pic.twitter.com/KL2Fh8RKPh
Hinder said peace out to front man Austin Winkler after the he went into rehab a few months ago. The band actually took to the road with Winkler which left fans confused about the future of the band. Well, that uncertainty is now much clearer as the band officially came out saying there is no bad blood, but the difficult decision had to be made for the best of everyone involved. The band has been rocking out on the road with a variety of guest vocalists including Saving Abel’s Jared Weeks, but there is no word of who will permanently replace Winkler.
APC Streaming now
You can stream A Perfect Circle’s new box set Stone and Echo right now. The band will be releasing the live box set featuring a live version of the new tune “By and Down” November 26th. The box set features some 20 different tunes spanning across the band’s career. The initial run of a special edition of Stone and Echo sold out so the band made the content, including video content, available digitally.
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