~The Legendary Concert Now Finally Receives Its First Authorized Release~
~on DVD and Blu-ray October 12, 2010~
On October 12, Eagle Rock Entertainment will simultaneously release the DVD and Blu-ray editions of the long-awaited Ladies & Gentlemen…The Rolling Stones. This is probably the most sought after Rolling Stones concert performance and it has been fully restored and remastered from the original film print and multitrack audio masters. Ladies & Gentlemen follows the highly successful CD reissue of Exile On Main Street (Universal Music Group) in May of this year and the Stones In Exile DVD (Eagle Rock Entertainment) on June 22, 2010. The October 12 releases will be followed shortly after by a deluxe edition box set with additional bonus material and memorabilia.
Filmed in Texas in 1972 over four nights of the “Exile On Main Street” US tour, Ladies & Gentlemen was premiered at the Ziegfield Theatre in New York on April 15, 1974 and released into selected cinemas across the USA shortly afterwards. Bonus features on this release include tour rehearsal footage from Montreux, plus two interviews with Mick Jagger; one from a 1972 Old Grey Whistle Test show, and one filmed in 2010.
The line-up for this show comprised Mick Jagger (vocals), Keith Richards (guitars), Charlie Watts (drums), Bill Wyman (bass), Mick Taylor (guitars) with Bobby Keys (saxophones), Jim Price (horns) and Nicky Hopkins (piano). Ladies & Gentlemen was billed at the time as “…the most powerful rock film ever made” and is considered by many fans to be the finest Rolling Stones performance ever captured on film. This is simply unmissable!
1.) Brown Sugar
3.) Gimme Shelter
4.) Dead Flowers
6.) Tumbling Dice
7.) Love In Vain
8.) Sweet Virginia
9.) You Can’t Always Get What You Want
10.) All Down The Line
11.) Midnight Rambler
12.) Bye Bye Johnny
13.) Rip This Joint
14.) Jumpin’ Jack Flash
15.) Street Fighting Man
Check out the trailer below!
You can pre-order the DVD and Blu-ray below!
Have you heard the comments made by Sharon Osbourne about Vince Neil in the news this week? Sharon has been trading barbs with Vince over excerpts from Vince Neil’s new book, Tattoos & Tequila. Want to read more about this to find out what is going on? DJ Brian Basher is giving away three copies of Vince Neil’s new book & CD, Tattoos & Tequila on Tonight’s Hard Rock Hideout Radio Show!!!
You can listen to tonight’s show from 9 P.M. – 12 A.M. CST at www.kacvfm.org, or in Amarillo, Texas on KACV FM 90!
This is the awesome music that was played on last week’s show!
Hard Rock Hideout Radio # 36 – 9/15/10
Move To The Music – American Bang
Shake Me - Taddy Porter
Touch Me - Leslie
Shake Your Magnolia – Blackberry Smoke
Dirty Water – Snowblynd
Can’t Keep My Woman Down – Tattoo Rodeo
When Daylight Dies - Heaven Below
Just Like You – Aurora Sky
Laid – New Medicine
Slowdown – Copperview
Built For Speed – Big Cock
Ride On Me – Big Cock
I Want It All – Big Cock
Angels – American Bang
Street Fightin’ Man – Tesla
Let The Right One In – Bombay Black
One Kiss Tonight – Chris Laney
Tip of My Tongue – Danger Danger
Stay – Giant
We’re Gonna Make It To The End – H.E.A.T.
Best Friend Is My Radio – Teenage Casket Company
The New Flesh – the Wildhearts
So Far Off The Ground – Dead Identities
Waiting For The Next Big Parade – D Generation
Kids In The City - Candy
NYC Is A Drug – the Dirty Pearls
The Drinking Song – Electric Angels
Sex, Drugs, Rock N’ Roll Are Dead – The Loveless
Rewind – American Bang
My Generation – Blackhat Villain
Midnight Maniac – Krokus
Martyr – Bangalore Choir
Body, Mind & Soul – Masque
Monsters & Heroes - King Kobra
I’m Coming Home – Y&T
Demon Eyes – The Answer
Not Myself – The Fury
Crown of Thorns – Hurricane Party
Blind Man – Black Stone Cherry
Wicked Sensation – Lynch Mob
Kiss of Fire – EZO
Delivering The Goods – Judas Priest
Whiskey Walk – American Bang
Heavy Metal Cowboys – Helix
Jennifer Lopez and Steven Tyler will join Randy Jackson as “American Idol” judges next season, after months of turnover and speculation about the future of TV’s top-rated show.
With pomp rivaling that of a U.S. Supreme Court appointment, Fox finally assembled the new pieces of the “Idol” panel that will be returned to its original three-member format for season 10.
Actress-singer-dancer Lopez and Aerosmith frontman Tyler will have the job of trying to match the offbeat chemistry of former judges Simon Cowell and Paula Abdul.
“This is ‘American Idol,’” host Ryan Seacrest said after the new trio took the stage with him.
Tyler said he wanted to join the show because “it’s being a part of something much bigger than yourself. … I want to bring some rock to this rollercoaster and show if you’ve got the heart, the talent, the feeling to do this you could be the next American Idol.”
“I’m so excited,” Lopez said. “I’m looking for the next Michael Jackson.”
The likely Lopez-Tyler pairing had been reported so frequently that Fox would have had to produce Betty White and 50 Cent instead to generate any surprise.
Cowell announced last January that he planned to leave to launch a new talent show for Fox in 2011, with newcomers Ellen DeGeneres and Kara DioGuardi exiting this summer. Abdul left in 2009 over a contract dispute.
Jackson will be the only original judge when “American Idol” returns in January.
Lopez and Tyler could help “American Idol” reinvent itself for the new season, when it will try to stem a ratings slide and bring in younger viewers. The show’s audience has been gradually aging, and advertisers prefer to pitch to young adults.
But Fox and the show’s producers didn’t match the new judges to the target audience when it comes to age: Lopez is 41 and Tyler is 62. Jackson is in the middle at age 54.
Lopez’s films include “Selena,” “The Wedding Planner” and most recently “The Back-Up Plan.” She has appeared as a mentor on “American Idol.”
She was part of the “Fly Girl” house dancers on the comedy show “In Living Color,” in 1990, before becoming a backup dancer for Janet Jackson.
“On the 6,” Lopez’s first album, came out in 1999 and launched a career in pop, Latin, hip-hop and R&B. “Love?” is the latest CD from the Grammy winner, who has twins with husband Marc Anthony.
Tyler brings a colorful and tempestuous history with him. He’s fought with his band mates, been in rehab for prescription drug abuse and took a fall off a stage in 2009 that forced cancellation of Aerosmith’s summer tour.
“American Idol” was the nation’s favorite program last season, the seventh time it’s held that position. But it showed rare vulnerability, beaten in the weekly ratings several times by ABC’s “Dancing With the Stars.”
A total of 24.2 million viewers watched the ninth season’s final duel between Lee DeWyze and Crystal Bowersox, compared to the nearly 29 million viewers who saw Kris Allen claim victory over Adam Lambert last year.
Courtesy of MSN.com
This Friday, September 24th, be sure to tune in to Late Night With Jimmy Fallon, when Ronnie Wood crashes the party. Joining house band The Roots for a raucous, rousing evening of music, Wood will be playing material from his soon to be released album, I Feel Like Playing (Eagle Rock Entertainment, September 28), and maybe even a few old favorites.
I Feel Like Playing, Wood’s 7th solo studio album to date, boasts a cavalcade of guests, rounded out by Slash, Flea, Billy F Gibbons, Kris Kristofferson, Bobby Womack, Ian McLagan and others. “Lucky Man,” the first single from the album, can be heard at this location.
Late Night With Jimmy Fallon airs at 12:35AM EST/11:35PM CST on NBC
I Feel Like Playing will hit stores on 9/28
01. A Thing Like That
03. Lucky Man
04. I Gotta See
05. Thing About You
06. Catch You
08. I Don’t Think So
10. Fancy Pants
11. Tell Me Something