Won’t You Come? Soundgarden To Perform Special Show In NY For 20th Anniversary of “Superunknown” Album!
Soundgarden is going to perform a special concert available only to Citi cardmembers on June 2 at Webster Hall in New York City.
The show will celebrate the 20th Anniversary of the band's award-winning album Superunknown and marks the second time in their career the band has performed the album from beginning to end. The reissue package will be available June 3, 2014 via A&M Records/UME and is available for pre-order now.
Tickets to this Soundgarden performance will cost $19.94 and be available for purchase only with a Citi credit or debit card beginning Wednesday, May 21 at 10:00 am EST. More information on how to purchase tickets can be found at www.citiprivatepass.com.-DocFB
Diagnosis: Selling over 9 million copies worldwide, "Superunknown" was certified five times platinum by the RIAA in the United States, making it the band's most commercially successful album- undeniably helping to redefine alternative and hard rock, leaving an indelible mark on the course of music history.
Thanks to our NY correspondant for sending this in and taking photos.
Mopey Morrissey is back, touring in support of his latest album "Years Of Refusal." This is the second show I've seen this week, and Morrissey does not disappoint. The crowd at the sold out show at Webster Hall, screamed, cheered, threw flowers and of course rushed the stage to get a little piece of Morrissey all night. While the set list consisted largely of his latest album, he also threw in some fan favorites, "Irish Blood, English Heart," "The First of the Gang To Die," "Billy Budd," "Let Me Kiss You," and from The Smiths: "This Charming Man," "How Soon Is Now," "Ask" and "Death of A Disco Dancer." On his new album, he sings that he's throwing his arms around Paris. This week, he threw his arms around New York.
Thanks to GED for sending this in. We appreciate it!-Dr.FB