If it's not a trick, it'll definitely be a treat.
Josh Homme, frontman for Queens of the Stone Age, doesn't want people to get the wrong idea about him and fellow guitar-rock band Arctic Monkeys.
Queens of the Stone Age frontman Josh Homme played an acoustic set at London's Meltdown Festival in London last night.
The latest season of 'Portlandia' has become a second home for wayward indie rockers, with members of Wilco, TV on the Radio and even Jello Biafra making guest shots on the popular hipster-skewing IFC show.
The way Josh Homme sees it, if things go well on Queens of the Stone Age's upcoming co-headlining tour of Australia with Nine Inch Nails, the concept could be expanded to a sort of touring festival that's inspired by the curatorial aspects of Trent Reznor's Beats Audio streaming music service.
A week after he berated an overeager fan who stupidly strolled onstage during a concert, Josh Homme unleashed a torrent of F-bombs against . . . well, a whole bunch of things, at a Queens of the Stone Age show.
Florence + the Machine recently recorded an episode of 'MTV Unplugged,' which included an unexpected appearance from Queens of the Stone Age frontman Josh Homme. The unlikely pair teamed up to do a duet of the classic Johnny Cash song 'Jackson.' Florence Welch explained that all the pieces came together perfectly for their live cover.