They participated in the live music event of the year, helping to raise millions for the victims of Hurricane Sandy, but the musicians who took the stage for last night's (Dec. 12) 12-12-12 Concert for Sandy Relief at Madison Square Garden didn't limit their donations to time and music.
Das Racist fans who turned out for the group's scheduled set at the On3 Festival in Munich, Germany, on Saturday (Dec. 1) received a bit of a surprise when, instead of a regular performance, they got a solo set from member Heems -- and the surprise announcement that the NYC hip-hop trio was breaking up.
This has already been a pretty good year for Adele, what with the Bond theme and the new baby and all those Grammys and chart hits, but she hasn't finished racking up honors. In fact, she just added what might be her most important career milestone to date: selling more than 10 million copies of her second album, '21.'
The Rolling Stones have a history of inviting eclectic acts to support them on the road. In recent years, everyone from Sugar Ray to Sheryl Crow has opened for the Biggest Band on Earth, and tomorrow night (Nov. 29), that list will reportedly grow to include Florence Welch of Florence + the Machine.
It can be a heck of a lot more convenient than doing it the old-fashioned way, but buying concert tickets on the secondary market isn't always the best way to go -- as a handful of Mumford and Sons fans recently discovered when they were turned away from a show after being caught with counterfeits.
They still haven't announced who will be playing there, but if you're interested in grabbing tickets for the 2013 Bonnaroo Festival, today (Nov. 26) is your best chance to get a good deal.