This is an interview with Faith No More (Mike P, Mike B, Bill G) from Raw Power – late night ITV Rock Show. This is from around 1992 or early 1993 – just after the release of Angel Dust.
Our European Betty Anniversary tour has been such a resounding success, we’re pleased to announce a Betty tour of the United States in February 2015!
Just as we did in Europe, we’re playing the entire Betty album from start to finish – even the difficult songs – followed by a second set spanning the entire catalog.
|Feb 18||Bowery Ballroom||New York, NY||Sold Out|
|Feb 19||BRIGHTON MUSIC HALL||Boston, MA||Sold Out|
|Feb 20||World Cafe Live||Philadelphia, PA||Sold Out|
|Feb 21||Bowery Ballroom||New York, NY||Sold Out|
|Feb 22||Saint Vitus Bar||New York, NY||Sold Out|
|Feb 24||Chameleon Club||Lancaster, PA||Tickets|
|Feb 25||Black Cat||Washington, DC||Tickets|
|Feb 26||Motorco Music Hall||Durham, NC||Tickets|
|Feb 27||The Visulite Theatre||Charlotte, NC||Tickets|
|Feb 28||The Masquerade||Atlanta, GA||Tickets|
|Mar 01||Soul Kitchen||Mobile, AL||Tickets|
|Mar 03||ONE EYED JACKS||New Orleans, LA||Tickets|
|Mar 04||FITZGERALD’S||Houston, TX||Tickets|
|Mar 05||Gas Monkey||Dallas, TX||Tickets|
|Mar 06||Riverside Warehouse||Shreveport, LA||Tickets|
|Mar 07||JR’s Lightbulb Club||Fayetteville, AR||Tickets|
|Mar 08||The Record Bar||Kansas City, MO||Sold Out|
|Mar 09||The Waiting Room||Omaha, NE||Tickets|
|Mar 11||Mill City Nights||Minneapolis, MN||Tickets|
|Mar 12||High Noon||Madison, WI||Sold Out|
|Mar 13||Double Door||Chicago, IL||Tickets|
|Mar 14||Beachland Ballroom||Cleveland, OH||Tickets|
|Mar 15||The Vogue Theatre||Indianapolis, IN||Tickets|
|Mar 17||Magic Bag||Ferndale, MI||Tickets|
|Mar 18||Lee’s Palace||Toronto, Canada||Tickets|
|Mar 19||Altar Bar||Pittsburgh, PA||Tickets|
|Mar 20||Thompson House||Newport, KY||Tickets|
|Mar 21||The New Vintage||Louisville, KY||Tickets|
|Jun 17||George M Sullivan Sports Arena||Anchorage, United States Of America||Tickets|
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It’s time to have some rock at the Superbowl and there is no one bigger than Metallica. Plus it’s their hometown and they are already involved in local sports teams like the Baseball world champions Giants plus the San Jose Sharks.
The Grammys suck, at this point any self respecting metal head knows that. Really ever since the gave the Grammy for best metal performance to Jethro Tull in 1989 we’ve realized this but for the 2015 version another new low was reached.
First during their annual memorial of musicians and people who work in the music industry that were lost during that year there was no mention of Wayne Static of Static-X or Dave Brockie (Oderus Urungus) from GWAR. They had some random business manager that no one knows but no mention of at least Oderus? A few years ago there was no mention of Peter Steele of Type O Negative either. It’s not like these bands haven’t had any success or anything, (sarcasm mode turned off.)
The second huge mistake was giving the best metal performance Grammy to Tenacious D. Now we all love us some Tenacious D but their version of Dio’s “Last in Line” is the best metal performance of 2014? You must be joking. Unfortunately that’s exactly what the Grammy’s are, a joke, at least to the world of hard rock and metal they are. It’s too bad, all they would have to do is get one thing right and we’d all be good with it. Well that’s alright Grammy board because while rock continues to be the best selling music genre in the world you just make yourselves look silly with all the pop and randomness of your award show.
No openers, no local bands, no support bands just a few hours with Machine Head. Tickets are still available for select shows. If you’ve ever been to a Machine Head show and left thinking “that was awesome but I wished they would have played your favorite song” then these are the shows for you.
Although Cutter is leaving Hangar 19 and we wish him well, the show’s new host will be announced shortly & will continue for years to come.