My bad, someone else said it and I don't know enough about them to argue there place of origin, haha, thanks for straightening that out, besides, the Aussieroo Tent woul be mindblowing without em anyway!!
I'm bummed I wasn't here to immediately defend frankblack, he's my homie and he knows it!! In other news, I recently read about Bizarre Ride (Fatlip and Tre from Pharcyde) doing an album, also they've been touring alot recently, so if they can finish their album between now and roo, I'd LOVE to see them at make an appearance next year. My interest is heightened because I've heard of them recently doing shows where they performed Pharcyde's first album in entirety, from beginning to end. I'm sure if they drop an album that they will play more than just old Pharcyde, but a combo of throwback Pharcyde and the new album that those two produce would be awesome as well!! If we can get an earlwolf LN which show on Saturday, bizarre ride pre-HL show on Sunday, and an Outkast reunion for Friday HL, we won't need any more hip hop!!
In the realm of super jams, I just thought about how great it would be to have John Mayer and ?uestlove partake in a superjam together. They could have The Roots with Costello headline and have Mayer play pre-HL on the what, seeing as how he's touring in the US for the first time in a while. They already played together on the Chappelle Show and if Dave is still touring come next roo and he performs as one of the top comics at roo, he could partake in the superjam and sing a song with them, the way he did on his show back in the day.
Post by raddersons on Aug 28, 2013 20:10:30 GMT -5
1) Lettuce. They were at the superjam this past year... and were friggin amazing. Come back, friends. 2) Big Freedia. Queen Diva's gotta come back, she's done nothing but grow in popularity over the past two years. 3) Mayer Hawthorne's new album is pretty smooth... I doubt he'll still be touring then, but I would love to see him.
6/12: Rolling Stones
7/3-5: Fare Thee Well
7/11: Judas Priest
7/18: Tyler, the Creator
7/20: Manson / Corgan
7/30: Faith No More / Refused
7/31, 8/7-8: MMJ
8/16: DFA1979 / Deftones
8/21: Yes / Toto