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The thing that distinguishes Bonnaroo from most every other festival -- aside from people smelling worse than most every other festival -- is that it's on a remote farm with absolutely no noise…   Read Story »
From naming stages and tents Which, What, This, That, and Other so that asking for directions can't help but become a stoned Abbot & Costello routine, to unveiling its lineup via a protracted runup…   Read Story »
Add Jay-Z, Stevie Wonder, and Kings Of Leon to the previously speculated Paul Simon, Dave Matthews Band, and Lips Covering Floyd. The new names aren't confirmed, but likely. Full lineup Tuesday.   Read Story »
That's right, LiveDaily adds him to the lineup that includes the Flaming Lips doing Dark Side Of The Moon and, according to rumors, Paul McCartney. Boomer's delight! Allegedly! We'll know for certain…   Read Story »
Wayne Coyne told Spinner that the band plans to make like New Year's and do the complete DSOTM after a regular Lips set, so get your drugs now. It's also looking like DMB is likely. Pavement perhaps?…   Read Story »
Next year's pilgrimage to Manchester, TN has been confirmed for 6/10-6/13. Tix go on sale 11/27. (And for what it's worth, Pavement seem to be free that weekend.) Meanwhile, the future of Morrison,…   Read Story »
In the 11/22 episode ("My Morning Straitjacket"), Stan becomes a MMJ groupie so Yim Yames shows up in shaggy pre-MOF form, the other guys are angelic in the buff. Six songs by the band will be…   Read Story »
Aside from being pooped on, the Beasties made noise down at Bonnaroo when they invited Nas onstage to debut "Too Many Rappers" from their forthcoming "bizarre" LP. The gray-flecked MCs have revealed…   Read Story »
The Tonight Show's Triumph The Insult Comic Dog was everywhere at Bonnaroo '09 -- backstage, onstage, Tent City, the Discotheque Arcade, Scratch DJ Academy. We saw the puppet hound duet with animal…   Read Story »
By Scott Lapatine & Amrit Singh Sets from Jimmy Buffet and Bruce Springsteen bookended a day of mellow, familiar dadrock with more mass appeal than the inscrutable indie pop that dominated Friday.…   Read Story »