You need to read more. Reading strengthens the mind and builds character. So… check it:
• Rolling Stone
posted a solid review of last weekend’s Scissor Sisters concert in New York. Excerpt: “Channeling some unholy fusion of Pee-Wee Herman and Cheap Trick’s Rick Nielsen, Shears was constantly in high-energy motion: mugging, humping the stage and most of all, dancing. He hoofed like Liza Minelli, he pogo-ed like Ed Grimley, he even mimed jump-roping around the stage.”
has all your Beastie Boys info, from their release date (er… more like “release season”) for the new album to some upcoming tour dates.
• The Rock Radio
talks with Sammy Hagar to get his thoughts on Van Halen’s upcoming induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Apparently, Hagar just wants everybody to happy. “Hopefully, everybody’s… respectful, and we try to make a great thing out of it. And somebody trying to take the credit over someone else would be a bummer. That's my fear, is that, you know, it turns into an ugly thing, and there's an argument, and, you know, (we) start slinging hash at each other.” BaebleBlog is wondering whether Van Halen will be bringing this hash with them, or if the Hall of Fame provides it in the requisite goodie bags…
• Kayne West really
likes the food from the British Raj. And even though the restaurant is located near Cardiff, Wales, West has convinced them to deliver “a feast of onion bhajees, chapati breads, biryanis, pappadums, a specially prepared fish dish and vegetables on the side.” The grand total? $3,900. AOL
has the details.