The LSD Show 32-Bonnaroo, The Bonhamizer, Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds

 

Laura and Sean discuss Bonnaroo and Laura’s forthcoming 7th year attending the festival. She talks about her Bonnaroo meeting with John Paul Jones at a White Stripes performance. LSD example the Bonhamizer which gives a John Bonham drum beat to any song you choose. New music from Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds is offered as a free download.

 

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Bonnaroo 2013 

Mumford & Sons at Bonnaroo 2010

The Bonaroo 2013 lineup has been announced. In addition to headliners Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers, Paul McCartney and Mumford & Sons, a perfect mix of performers will take the stages. Laura will be broadcasting from the festival this June and bringing the festival to you through The LSD Show and wttsfm.com. Check out the details of Bonnarooand meet Laura in Tennessee this summer! Laura takes you on a tour of the backstage area of Bonnaroo. This time she goes where the real action is (well, aside from the stages), the campground!

The Bonhamizer

Have you ever wondered what certain songs would sound like with John Bonham on drums? Now, you can experience the pounding thunder of John’s talent on any song you choose. The Bonhamizer examples John Bonham’s style on a list of presented songs or an uploaded favorite of your own. Listen to The LSD Show for Laura and Sean’s experience with The Bonhamizer.

 

 

Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds 

Australia’s Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds  celebrate their 30th year together as a group, but also the release of their 15th studio album, Push The Sky Away. Push The Sky Away was recorded at La Fabrique, a recording studio based in a 19th Century mansion in the South of France, where the walls of the main studio are lined with an immense collection of classical vinyl. In the midst of an Australian tour right now, the band will be back in the states in late March and early April.  During that time they will play the Coachella Festival. Download “Jubilee Street” from Push The Sky Away.

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