With Elton John calling ‘Anthem Of The Peaceful Army’ “the best rock’n’roll I’ve heard in 20 f__g years!”, Greta Van Fleet are taking the world by storm.
Whether they’re unapologetic in their politics, deploying shredding solos or rolling with swagger, here are seven bands keeping rock alive.
The soundtrack to 'A Million Little Pieces' also includes the likes of R.E.M., Tom Waits, Loretta Lynn, Otis Redding, Mazzy Star and The Velvet Underground.
The band the donation ahead of their sold-out show Wednesday in Romania’s National Arena, through their All Within My Hands Foundation.
Metallica say: “As the WorldWired tour hits the last leg in Europe, there are still so many places left to visit… South America, you’re up first in 2020!"
The band say they will be "incorporating more sounds, more tones, and taking a step in the cinematic direction.”
The tour will include first-time visits to Kansas City and Irvine, CA, with the band promising a blend of fan-favorites and some brand new tunes.
Among other successes, the Michigan outfit received the outstanding major label recording award for 2018 release 'Anthem of the Peaceful Army,'
The event will take place 16-18 August in Watkins Glen located in upstate New York and celebrate the 50th anniversary of the original festival.
After coming from New York in 2018, the 61st Grammy Awards ceremony came from the Staples Center in Los Angeles.
Greta Van Fleet were recently nominated for three 2019 Grammy Awards, including best new artist and best rock performance for ‘Highway Tune'.
The Cure, The National, The 1975 and Smashing Pumpkins have already been confirmed for the 2019 bash in Madrid.
The band say: "We are all so very honored and humbled to have been nominated for a Grammy Award, and so appreciative for the love and support we get from our fans."
The 1975 and The National are among the big names already confirmed for the Madrid-based festival next year.
The annual Pollstar ceremony honors the top achievers in the live entertainment industry.