Bruce Dickinson Planning Orchestral Show with Iron Maiden’s ‘Empire of the Clouds’ to Finally See Live Outing.
Bruce Dickinson has revealed that he has been in discussions about bringing Iron Maiden’s epic ‘Empire of the Clouds’ to the live stage along with other Maiden classics, in complete with orchestral setting. Dickinson made the revelation during a q&a, at his spoken word event in Dublin on Friday night (13th December 2019).
Guns n' Roses have announced a string of dates for 2020, returning to Dublin, London and the European continent as part of their continued Not in this Lifetime trek. The shows follow on from the band's 2017 return to Slane in Co.Meath, and their 2018 Download Festival headlining set.
ZZ Top’s big, brazen blues-rock, combined with a surrealist charisma that continues to intrigue fans, catapulted the band into worldwide stardom. Their history is deeply explored in ZZ Top: That Little Ol’ Band From Texas, which will be released via Eagle Rock Entertainment on DVD, Blu-ray and digitally on February 28, 2020.
The seven-piece multi-generational Helloween have revealed plans to follow up their highly successful 'Pumpkins United' tour with a fresh round of dates. Taking place across Europe in late 2020, the shows will be proceeded by a brand new album; the first since the return of Michael Kiske and Kai Hansen to the fold.
Ramblin' Man Fair has added a further nine acts to the 2020 event. Taking place at Mote Park in Maidstone, Kent, on the 17th, 18th and 19th July, the latest additions join Clutch, Hawkwind, and a host of others for the annual event.
Catfish and the Bottlemen have confirmed a new show in Swansea that aims to be just massive, as Stereoboard reported.
Tickets for 2020's Electric Picnic are due to go on sale this Monday, 9th December 2019. Taking place from 5th - 6th September and returning once again to Stradbally, Co. Laois, the annual event is Ireland's largest music and arts festival.
American Express presents BST Hyde Park have announced a mammoth headliner for 2020, with US rock titans Pearl Jam set to play the festival on Friday 10th July. Taking place in London's iconic idyll, they will be supported by Pixies and White Reaper, with more acts be announced.
Last in Line breezed back into Belfast on Friday night (29th November 2019), playing to a packed crowd and ‘blessing’ the audience with their hard rock anthems, killer hooks, and arresting stage presence. Featuring local boy and Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Vivian Campbell on guitars, the four-piece ripped through a set packed with Dio classics and original material worthy to stand up and shot alongside them.
Clutch are set to play three separate sets across all three days of next years' Ramblin' Man Fair Festival. Taking place once again at Mote Park in Maidstone, Kent, the festival will take place on the 17th, 18th and 19th July 2020.