Fuse’s “Live From Bonnaroo 2010” airs tonight at 7 and 11 PM – after a Bonnaroo countdown at 5 PM (double check your local listings)… but you can watch all the highlights of this year’s ‘Roo right here, right now.
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Below is the second of three Bonnaroo video recaps. Originally posted on the last day of ‘Roo ’10 (Sunday, June 13), it …
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This past weekend,
http://twitter.com/FutureHeartDay was the place to keep up with what went down at Bonnaroo. This week, we’re making sense … More
2010, All Along the Watchtower, Blues Traveler, Bonnaroo, Conan O'Brien, Creedence Clearwater Revival, Dark Side of the Moon, Dave Matthews Band, Flaming Lips, Gwar, Jay-Z, John Forgerty, Kids, Lady Gaga, MGMT, Norah Jones, Phoenix, Regina Spektor, Stevie Wonder, Ween, Weezer
“The Flaming Lips make a cool record and go insane. Someone caught it on video.” –Blastula: The Making of Embryonic tag …
The Dark Side of the ‘Roo Countdown.. …is on!
“My favorite festival is definitely Bonnaroo – we’re excited to play there this spring for the third time.” -Steven …
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“I think we got lucky that it actually turned out to be interesting. Instead of just a remake, it’s different enough …
“We were doing The Colbert Report, and I was driving in a car over to the studio, I think. iTunes …
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Poll- Which 2009 Studio Cover by The Flaming Lips is Your Favorite?
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The Flaming Lips will perform Dark Side of the Moon at their New Year’s Freakout at midnight. Which of the previous performed Flaming Floyd covers is your favorite?
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12 Days of Martian Christmases at the Zoo Coutdown- Day 11
Psych Explorations of the Future Heart is counting down to New Year’s with twelve days of Martian Christmases at the zoo! Today we preview “The Flaming Lips and Stardeath and White Dwarfs With Henry Rollins and Peaches Doing The Dark Side of the Moon,” released exclusively on iTunes tomorrow… and to be performed by The Lips and Stardeath on New Year’s Eve at midnight.
Dark Side of the Moon, Dave Fridmann, death, Flaming Lips, Freakout, Future Psych Explorations, Henry rollins, isolation, New Year's Eve, NPR, Oklahoma, Peaches, Pink Floyd, Pitchfork, PsychExFutureHeart, Scott Booker, Stardeath and White Dwarfs, Tulsa World, Wayne Coyne