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GREEN DAY Songs Unreleased for 30 Years Appear on YouTube: Loudwire
Unreleased Green Day songs from the band’s earliest days have popped up on YouTube. Uploaded just this week, the vintage recordings were captured as Green Day opened for Killdozer at in Berkeley, California, on July 22, 1989. These are the only known live performances of the tracks. The songs “Jennifer” and “Maybe Forever” include former drummer John Kiffmeyer, who was in the band very briefly before Tre Cool came along. Stream all 3 songs here.
COREY TAYLOR Back in the Studio: WMMR.com
After touring extensively with Stone Sour for the past couple of years, Corey Taylor is officially back in the studio, presumably working on Slipknot material. He posted a selfie from the studio with the caption “Back to Work”, and it appears he’s recording. The sixth studio album from Slipknot is set to be released this year, with a tour to follow.
WEEZER Re-Imagine “Buddy Holly” on the Tonight Show: Rolling Stone
Weezer performed their anthem “Buddy Holly” with a comedic twist on the Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon. All four members of the band sang the song acapella while wearing old-timey barbershop-quartet-style jackets. Later in the show, the band played a more straightforward take on “Living in L.A.,” a song off of their LP The Black Album, which is due out this Friday.