The Gaslight Anthem – Live at Music Hall of Williamsburg, Brooklyn – Full Concert

The Gaslight Anthem Live at Music Hall of Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NY, streamed Live on May 16 2012

1. Great Expectations – Starts at 0:24
2. Old White Lincoln – Starts at 3:35
3. American Slang – Starts at 7:26
4. The Diamond Church Street Choir – Starts at 11:10
5. We Came to Dance – Starts at 14:54
6. Even Cowgirls Get the Blues – Starts at 20:43
7. The ’59 Sound – Starts at 25:22
8. Film Noir – Starts at 28:46
9. Miles Davis and the Cool – Starts at 33:22
10. 45 – Starts at 40:13
11. Blue Jeans & White T-Shirts – Starts at 43:33
12. The Patient Ferris Wheel – Starts at 47:34
13. I’da Called You Woody, Joe – Starts at 53:08
14. Biloxi Parish – Starts at 57:07
15. Wherefore Art Thou, Elvis? – Starts at 01:01:44
16. Wooderson – Starts at 01:04:43
17. The Queen of Lower Chelsea – Starts at 01:07:35
18. Here’s Looking at You, Kid – Starts at 01:14:46
19. The Backseat – Starts at 01:20:05

20. The Spirit of Jazz – Starts at 01:28:16
21. She Loves You – Starts at 01:31:35
22. Baba O’Riley (The Who Cover) – Starts at 01:35:45

Voodoo Experience Festival in New Orleans – 2012

New Orleans will always be considered one of the world’s most important musical cities, one of the jazz capitals, the birthplace of many spring break stories and, for the 13th time, the home of one of the most important music festivals around: the Voodoo Music Experience.

The line-up is as diverse and attractive: the rock from one of the last living Woodstock-era legends, Neil Young; the trash metal from one of the Big Four, Metallica; the genius from a musician considered the best of his generation, Jack White; beats from the dubstep king, Skrillex; both a revival and new take on the old ways of blues though the hands of Gary Clark Jr.; a taste of the most heartbreaking folk and bluegrass music today by The Avett Brothers. All of those artists and many more through 3 whole days of a Louisiana style weekend are what makes this year’s ritual one of the most expected festivals of the season.

More than a half a hundred artists from all kinds of genres on five different stages will display talent from dusk till dawn. With the glorious diversity the city has to offer at night in between line-ups and the multicultural blending the area has always been famous for, this festival is the swan song of huge events this year. The tastes, the colors, the sounds, the people, the experience of a Halloween in Louisiana and the tales of past editions of this festival make it as attractive as it can be.

Put on your deadly costumes, let yourselves go, embrace the music, open your ears, let go off your worries and enter the ritual.

We miss you Billie Joe! Get well and comeback!

The Voodoo Experience International Festival in New Orleans

AWOLNATION @ Voodoo Fest 2012 (FULL — HD)

Metallica – Of Wolf and Man (LIVE Stream – VOODOO MUSIC + ART EXPERIENCE 2012)

Hitchin’ A Ride – Voodoo Festival
Green Day’s performance of Hitchin’ A Ride at New Orleans’ Voodoo Festival in 2004…with Billie Joe’s infamous pleasure scene. 😉

The Rolling Stones – Dec 13 &15, 2012 – 8:00PM @ Prudential Ctr, Newark, N.J. [Tickets]

The Rolling Stones – 50 Years and Counting – Tickets

Thursday, December 13, 2012, 8:00 p.m. EST & Sat, 12/15/2012 8:00 p.m. EST at Prudential Center, Newark, NJ

TICKET PRICE RANGE: $395 —– $27,121[Floor B]