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  • JACK WHITE PLAYS WITH RACONTEURS, LORETTA LYNN AT NASHVILLE SHOW

    Jack White played in his adopted hometown of Nashville on Wednesday night (January 28th), with special guests Loretta Lynn and the Raconteurs taking the stage to perform two of Lynn's songs, while the Raconteurs also played a pair of their own tracks.

    According to Spin, the Raconteurs performed two tracks: "Salute Your Solution" from 2008's Consolers Of The Lonely and "Steady As She Goes" from 2006's Broken Boy Soldiers. Then Lynn, White and the Raconteurs all performed Lynn's "Portland, Oregon" and the second song she ever wrote, "Whispering Sea."

    • White, singer/guitarist Brendan Benson, bassist "Little" Jack Lawrence and drummer Patrick Keeler formed the Raconteurs in 2006. It was White's first project outside the White Stripes.
    • The band has been mostly dormant since 2008, although they played a handful of shows in 2011 and issued a live album/DVD in 2013.
    • Although a third studio album from the band seems unlikely at this point, Lawrence explained what makes the group so special: "I think the talent of the group that is together is just -- it's hard to beat, you know. Two great songwriters coming together and a lot of bands, you know, don't have that. Jack and Brendan, you know, that's a pretty special thing to be able to work with." at New York's Madison Square Garden.
    AUDIO: 'LITTLE' JACK LAWRENCE ON WHAT MAKES RACONTEURS SPECIAL

  • FOO FIGHTERS ADD SECOND SHOW AT NEW YORK BASEBALL STADIUM

    Foo Fighters have added an unprecedented second night at New York City's Citi Field to the band's upcoming North American tour. The group's July 16th concert at the home of the New York Mets was already set to be their biggest Big Apple date ever, but with tickets selling out and demand still huge, promoters have added a second night at the stadium on July 15th.

    • Tickets go on sale Friday (January 30th) at 10:00 a.m. ET.
    • New York is not the only city where the band has added second nights. They're now playing doubleheaders in Denver, Los Angeles, Anaheim, California and Camden, New Jersey.
    • Other stops on the trek include stadium gigs at Chicago’s Wrigley Field, Washington D.C.’s RFK Stadium and Boston’s Fenway Park.
    • Frontman Dave Grohl told us a while back that he's been thrilled with each stage of the band's growth as a live attraction: "The first tour we did, we were playing to maybe, I don't know, 500 people a night or something like that, you know. And then that turned into doing theatres and so you get to that stage where you're playing to 1,200 people and you're like, 'Man, I could do this for the rest of my life, this is great.' And then you get to the point where you're playing to like 5,000 people a night, and then you start selling out arenas and you're like, 'God, I can't believe that we've gotten to this point.' And then you start selling out stadiums, and it just keeps on getting better, you know."
    • Royal Blood and Mission Of Burma will support the Foo Fighters on select dates.
    • The Foos' first show of 2015 was a surprise gig at the Forum in Los Angeles on January 10th to celebrate Grohl's 46th birthday. The three-and-a-half hour show featured guest appearances from Slash, Van Halen's David Lee Roth, Paul Stanley of Kiss, Alice Cooper and others.
    • The band will now head overseas for the next few months but begins its massive North American run in Washington D.C. on July 4th -- the 20th anniversary of the release of the first Foo Fighters album.
    AUDIO: DAVE GROHL ON FOO FIGHTERS' GROWTH AS A LIVE ATTRACTION

  • PAPA ROACH CELEBRATES NEW ALBUM WITH ACOUSTIC SET

    Papa Roach celebrated the release of its eighth studio album, F.E.A.R., earlier this week with a stripped-down acoustic set at the YouTube Space in New York City. According to Loudwire, the band performed the new single "Face Everything And Rise" along with older hits "Scars" and "Leader Of The Broken Hearts." They also participated in a Q&A session after playing.

    • The YouTube session came in the midst of Papa Roach's current U.S. tour with Seether, which Papa Roach frontman Jacoby Shaddix told us is going great: "It's been awesome. It's been really cool, man. It started out in Florida, worked our way up to the Northeast, all the way through the Midwest, and ended up out west and it's been awesome. Sharing the stage with Seether's been great. We're getting along great with them out on the road, which is cool. Cool opening bands, Kyng and our friends in Islander. It's a very diverse show, you know what I mean, stylistically, music-wise, it's like -- it's a great show." and will continue for another week before closing out on February 7th in Las Vegas.
    AUDIO: PAPA ROACH'S JACOBY SHADDIX ON TOURING WITH SEETHER

  • PASSION PIT UNVEILS MORE DETAILS OF NEW ALBUM

    Passion Pit has set Kindred as the title of the band's third studio album, with its release expected to come in April. Frontman Michael Angelakos has been posting unreleased demos of new material on Soundcloud for a few months, although it's not clear yet whether finished versions of any of those songs will make the new record.

    • The band teased the arrival of the record with a short, mysterious video and a tweet written in code.
    • The tweet was translated as "KINDRED I PUT MY HANDS IN THE AIR AND MY KNEES TO THE GROUND."
    • Passion Pit's second album, 2012's Gossamer, debuted on the Billboard album chart at Number Four.
    • A single from that album, "Take A Walk," was a Top 10 hit at Modern Rock radio.

  • IDRIS ELBA IS TOO FOCUSED ON DJ-ING TO PLAY JAMES BOND

    Idris Elba is more interested in developing his DJ skills than playing James Bond. The Luther star chatted with Bloomberg.com about his recent gig spinning at a Jaguar party in Berlin and the rumors he is taking over the role of 007.

    Idris said, "It's really just a rumor -- and it's not even my rumor! I appreciate you saying that I'd be a good James Bond, but Daniel Craig is doing a great job with it right now. I love working with music, making people dance." He added, "I mostly taught myself to DJ, but I did used to lift the speaker boxes for my uncle when he would do weddings. He was the first to really turn me on to it."

    • The 42-year-old has been around the music industry for a while performing under the name Driis. He even worked with Jay-Z on the 2007 album American Gangster.

  • JENNIFER LAWRENCE FLIPPED OUT WHEN SHE MET KIM KARDASHIAN

    Reality TV superfan Jennifer Lawrence allegedly got overexcited when she met Kim Kardashian.

    Kim recently revealed to UK's The Sun, "I was in NYC and I ran into Jennifer Lawrence. We said, 'Hi' and walked into the elevator and as the doors were closing, she screamed across the lobby, 'I love your show'. We were laughing so hard."

    • Jennifer has previously admitted her love of reality TV and Keeping Up With the Kardashians on numerous occasions. She told Parade in 2012, "I was watching the Kardashian girl getting divorced, and that's a tragedy for anyone. But they're using it for entertainment, and we're watching it. The Hunger Game books hold up a terrible kind of mirror: This is what our society could be like if we became desensitized to trauma and to each other's pain."

  • GWYNETH PALTROW'S MOTHER PRAISES HER CONSCIOUS UNCOUPLING

    Gwyneth Paltrow has the support of her mother, Blythe Danner, in her conscious uncoupling from Chris Martin. The Meet the Parents star chatted with Page Six about the breakup while promoting her new film I'll See You in My Dreams at Sundance.

    Blythe said her daughter is doing "wonderful" and added, "They are so smart...both incredibly brilliant. They're making it work, they're great friends and the kids are in wonderful shape. So I have to take my hat off to both of them."

    • The 71-year-old also discussed her own dating life in relation to her movie since losing her husband Bruce back in 2002 saying, "June (Squibb) says in the movie, 'When you've had the best, forget the rest,' and I kind of feel that way. I had an incredible husband. It would be great if somebody fell in from the sky...because you do get lonely as you get older. But I'm very grateful that I have grandchildren on both coasts and they fill my heart."

  • SEAN PENN IS SURPRISED HE'S FOUND LOVE AGAIN

    Sean Penn says he never expected to find love again before his current romance with Charlize Theron. The actor appears in the March issue of Esquire UK where he discusses why this relationship is different than his previous.

    Sean tells the magazine, "You say I've been married twice before but I've been married under circumstances where I was less informed than I am today, so I wouldn't even consider a third marriage, I'd consider it a first marriage on its own terms if I got married again. I mean, I like the tradition." He goes on to say, "I'm surprised to be in love. Lot of reasons. Fifty-three years old plus finally beginning to figure out why you haven't been happy in a single relationship? It could seem too late. To run into somebody now who you care about is a much passionate, deeper, truer and -- God! -- a much happier feeling. It's a lot more romantic and a lot more fulfilling to be in a relationship and to think you're a good person within it."

    • He also discusses his current relationships with his famous ex-wives, Madonna and Robin Wright, saying, "I'm very friendly with my first ex-wife. I would say that I'm on extremely good terms with the children I share with my second ex-wife."

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