The Rolling Stones Debut ‘She’s A Rainbow’ In London

Bruce Henne | 06-28-2022

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(hennemusic) The Rolling Stones performed the 2022 debut of their classic 1967 single, “She’s A Rainbow”, during a June 25 show in London’s Hyde Park and fan filmed video of the performance has been shared online.

The track from “Their Satanic Majesties Request” appeared during the first of two nights at the iconic venue as part of the band’s 60th anniversary tour.

The event marked the fifth concert of the series – which opened in Madrid, Spain on June 1 and saw a June 13 concert in Amsterdam, The Netherlands postponed and a Bern, Switzerland show cancelled after Mick Jagger tested positive for COVID-19 while on the road.

The Stones will next perform a second show in Hyde Park on July 3 as part of the 2022 British Summer Time concert series. Watch video from the London show here.

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Brooks & Dunn Surprises Fans With Tenille Townes On Tour: “Still Recovering”

When Brooks & Dunn request a collaboration, you don’t think twice. The award-winning duo recently invited breakout star Tenille Townes to perform on their ongoing Reboot 2022 Tour, and she instantly jumped on the opportunity.

Townes shared the stage with the “Boot Scootin’ Boogie” duo on Friday (June 24) in Toledo, Ohio. Following the career milestone, the fast-rising artist shared behind-the-scenes footage to social media.

“Sang with @BrooksAndDunn last night…and I’m still recovering 😭❤️,” gushed Townes.

The short clip opens with Townes sitting backstage warming up her impressive vocal range with critically acclaimed guitarist Jeff King. The songstress tackled Brooks & Dunn’s 2008 classic “Cowgirls Don’t Cry,” featuring Reba McEntire. With ease, the Canadian country artist takes on McEntire’s challenging verses – which displays her powerful and clear pipes.

“Too soon God will let you know why |If you fall get right back on |The good Lord calls everybody home | Cowgirls don’t cry,” sings the songstress with a beaming smile on her face.

Shortly after rehearsals, Townes stepped under the spotlight with the legends. Brooks & Dunn backed her angelic sound with simple acoustic guitar pulls, until they jumped in to add their signature flair to the performance. The way the Townes harmonized with the best-selling duo and engaged with the audience, proved that she’s a superstar in the making.

Fans flooded the comment section with positive praise and to congratulate the promising artist on the bucket list moment.

“My heart is overflowing for you @tenilletownes!!!” shared singer-songwriter, Brett Kissel. “What a high that must have been! Congratulations!! What an incredible night for you to remember for years to come,” said a follower.

This is not the first time Brooks & Dunn surprised their rowdy audience with a special guest. As the hitmakers spontaneously invited Miranda Lambert to sing at their previous sold-out Nashville show.

“Somebody said Miranda Lambert was here tonight,” said Ronnie Dunn in the middle of his set. “We didn’t rehearse this, so she’s not gonna show up. Miranda, you back there?”

Without any hesitation, Lambert joined Brooks & Dunn on the Bridgestone Arena stage to belt “Cowgirls Don’t Cry” and “Neon Moon.”

“I was back there getting drunk, enjoying the show,” explained the ACM Entertainer of the Year. “That’s not fair to Miranda, but Miranda can walk out here and do anything unrehearsed. It’s all about being real,” Dunn pointed out.

The hit-stacked show will run until August. The GRAMMY Award winners will also make several appearances at notable festivals throughout the summer. For upcoming performances, visit

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‘Fake Drake’ wants to box real Drake for $1million and a record deal

The Drake impersonator known as ‘Fake Drake’ has stated his ambition to enter a boxing match with the real rapper.

The copycat has attracted attention recently for attending a number of events designed to fool members of the public into mistaking him for the multi-platinum-selling Canadian star, including nightclub appearances.

Speaking on the We In Miami podcast, ‘Fake Drake’ said: “I’m challenging Drake to a boxing match. I just signed with Celebrity Boxing. If you win, I’ll change my name from Izzy Drake to just Izzy, you know.”


If he defeats Drake in the match, Izzy is asking the rapper for $1million and a deal with Drake’s record label OVO, “’cause I’m just trying to feed my family.”

Watch the interview below.

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Last month, ‘Fake Drake’ spoke out publicly, claiming that his style and personality is all his own, despite booking a variety of public events based on his supposed visual likeness to the rapper.

Speaking on Instagram, Fake Drake said: “This is just who I am. I’m just like, I’m just going with the flow, you know? I didn’t ask to become famous.” The women asking him questions in the clip suggest that Fake Drake both looks and acts like Drake, to which he responds: “I act like Drake?”

Fake Drake also audaciously implied that his haircut, matching the OVO artist’s distinctive heart-shaped style, was his own idea.


“I’ve had the heart for like a year and a half,” he claimed. “Nah, ’cause I have the heart because you know, if you do things with your heart it’s come back.”

Elsewhere, the real Drake released new album ‘Honestly, Nevermind’ this month, breaking an Apple Music record within an hour of its release and going on to earn his 11th US Number One album, moving past Kanye West and Eminem to tie Bruce Springsteen and Barbara Streisand for the third-most Number Ones in Billboard 200 history, trailing only The Beatles (19) and JAY-Z (14).

Reviewing the album, NME wrote: “Arriving so quickly after his last body of work, as most Drake releases often do, ‘Honestly, Nevermind’ is an unexpected elevation from the bland trap, R&B remakes and Drake’s melancholic attitude to love we heard last time around.

“He doesn’t quite shift the latter as much as one would hope – the album is as tiresomely woe-is-me as anything he’s ever done – but the house sound has at least given him the creative boost that his recording career has been crying out for recently.”

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Doctors Order Whitesnake’s David Coverdale To Rest Due To Infection

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Whitesnake has been forced to cancel their scheduled concerts in Milan, Italy on Tuesday (June 28) and Vienna, Austria on Thursday (June 30) after frontman David Coverdale was ordered by doctors to take 5 days rest due to a sinus and trachea infection.

Coverdale share the following update with fans on Monday (June 27th),
“Dear Whitesnake fans around the world: We have been rocking our way across the globe on the first part of our Farewell Tour giving all we’ve got to you, the fans. The rigors of the road are the same for all of us and we have been trying to keep everyone healthy and safe.

“Unfortunately we have been hit recently with a couple of situations that we have been dealing with, the best we can. First our beloved band leader Reb Beach went down temporarily and he missed a couple of shows while he mended (and is much better now, by the way).

“Then the rock of our band, the Legendary Tommy Aldridge went down and we unfortunately were not able to play the Rock Imperium Festival in Cartagena this past Saturday (very regrettable and all apologies to our Spanish fans and friends).

“Tommy was bad enough at the time to have missed the first show ever in his career – The GOOD news is that he is feeling better and is anxious to get back out there to perform for all of you.

“Unfortunately I have now been hit hard as well. I started feeling a bit under the weather two days ago, and was just diagnosed with an infection of the sinus & trachea. The doctor recommends 5 days of no singing and bed rest.

“Sadly, that means that we are not going to be able to do the upcoming shows in Milan, Vienna and a decision on Zagreb [July 2] is about to be made.

“I’m very sorry to all the fans who had planned to come see our Farewell Tour in each of those cities – it’s my intention to get better as soon as possible and be able to pick up with the remaining shows of the European Farewell Tour. You are all in our hearts!!”

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Rammstein’s huge Coventry gig heard over 10 miles away

Rammstein played a huge outdoor gig in Coventry on Sunday (June 26), with the show reportedly heard over 10 miles away.

Local news outlet the Coventry Telegraph reported that multiple noise complaints were made by residents multiple miles from the CBS Arena venue.

As the Telegraph write, “householders leapt onto social media to report hearing ‘loud thumping’ across Nuneaton and as far away as Burton Hastings — which is eleven miles away.


“Some were confused at what the noise until others said it was the rock band’s gig.”

The outlet revealed that Facebook posts from local residents revealed that they could hear “loud thumping” and “a loud beat through their closed windows,” adding: “A loud boom was heard around 10:20PM as fireworks lit up the night sky to end the gig.”

See footage from Rammstein’s massive stadium show below.

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The band’s new tour, which stretches throughout 2022, follows the release of the German rockers’ eighth album, ‘Zeit’, which was released earlier this year. As revealed last month, two sets of piano players, Duo Jatekok and Duo Abélard, are set to support the band’s shows in both Europe and North America.

Tickets for North American dates can be found here, while tickets for European dates can be purchased here.


See the band’s full 2022 touring schedule below.

30 – Cardiff, UK – Principality Stadium

4 – Nijmegen, NL – Goffertpark
5 – Nijmegen, NL – Goffertpark
8 – Lyon, FR – Groupama Stadium
9 – Lyon, FR – Groupama Stadium
12 – Turin, IT – Stadio Olimpico Grande Torino
16 – Warsaw, PL – PGE Narodowy
20 – Tallinn, EE – Song Festival Grounds
24 – Oslo, NO – Bjerke Travbane
28 – Gothenburg, SE – Ulevi Stadium
29 – Gothenburg, SE – Ulevi Stadium
30 – Gothenburg, SE – Ulevi Stadium

3 – Ostend, BE – Park De Nieuwe Koers
4 – Ostend, BE – Park De Nieuwe Koers
21 – Montreal, QC – Parc Jean-Drapeau
27 – Minneapolis, MN – U.S. Bank Stadium
31 – Philadelphia, PA – Lincoln Financial Field

3 – Chicago, IL – Soldier Field
6 – East Rutherford, NJ – MetLife Stadium
9 – Foxborough, MA – Gillette Stadium
17 – San Antonio, TX – Alamodome
23 – Los Angeles, CA – Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum
24 – Los Angeles, CA – Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum

1 – Mexico City, MX – Foro Sol
2 – Mexico City, MX – Foro Sol
4 – Mexico City, MX – Foro Sol

In a four-star review of their latest recordNME wrote: “‘Zeit’ might be a more reflective album than previous Rammstein records, but it’s still an energetic, swaggering beast. Nearly 30 years into their career, the band remain as ambitious and as fiery as ever with their nightmarish, industrial rock sounding as daring as ever.”

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