The Rolling Stones have become the latest musicians to ask US Republican presumptive presidential nominee Donald Trump to stop using their songs in his campaign events. "The Rolling Stones have never given permission to the Trump campaign to use their songs and have requested that they cease all use immediately," the rockers said in a statement. Trump has used hits including "You Can't Always Get What You Want" and "Start Me Up" to fire up his supporters at campaign events.
LOS ANGELES (AP) — It could be Woodstock 47 years later, only the drug of choice might be antacid, not that other stuff, at an October concert featuring some of the greatest rock acts of the preceding generation.
Virtual Reality broadcasting company NextVR is partnering with Live Nation to bring immersive live concerts to music fans around the world. To experience a concert as if you were there, all that will be needed is the NextVR app and a Samsung Gear VR headset. Despite being in its infancy as a consumer technology, virtual reality is being embraced wholeheartedly by everyone from filmmakers and musicians to games designers and even surgeons.
Music legends The Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan, Paul McCartney, the Who and Roger Waters have all released teasers on their social media accounts hinting towards a mega-festival this October reports Rolling Stone.
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