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by (@SamSpokenWord)

The Garden Of Sound Blooms At Soundgarden’s Artists Den Performance

Palladia is airing Soundgarden’s full Live From The Artists Den concert Wednesday, April 2 at 9/8C. We’ve got a sneak of these ragers rocking their faces off with the hit “Rusty Cage” — hope you got your tetanus shot. Despite the name, this song is anything but rusty. These grunge originators who rose from the city of Seattle have their style down to a science. They’re loud, proud and would probably scare your grandmother – but they’re okay with that. With Grammy Awards for singles “Blackhole Sun” and “Spoonman” under their belt, they’re confident they’ve got a good thing going. And we’re pretty confident ourselves.
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by (@BHSmithNYC)

Folk Music Legend Pete Seeger Dead At 94

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Legendary folk music icon Pete Seeger died Monday at the age of 94. He was as famous for his work championing folk music and for his committal to civil rights as he was as a singer, instrumentalist (he played both guitar and banjo) and writer of such folk standards as “If I Had a Hammer (The Hammer Song)” and “Turn, Turn, Turn!” His career as a performer spanned over70 years, going all the way back to the seminal folk groups as The Weavers and The Almanac Singers. In later years he became an elder statesman of folk music, mentoring Bob Dylan and Don McLean among others. Read more…

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DirecTV Subscribers Get A Free Palladia Trial Until February 27th

Palladia Free Trial For DirecTV Subscribers

Millions of music fans the world over are already raving about Palladia, a state of the art, high-definition channel showcasing the best in music from today’s biggest artists. If you’re a DirecTV subscriber and you’re not already familiar with the channel that scours the globe for marquee festivals, concerts (like MTV World Stage: No Doubt, which airs tonight at 9/8C) and renowned music programs like Later With Jools Holland and Live From Daryl’s House, we’ve got good news for you: You can get flip over to Channel 567 anytime between now and February 27th to get a free trial of Palladia. Read more…

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Watch Green Day “Scare The Sh*t Out Of Themselves” In ¡Quatro! Documentary Sneak Peek

Their numbering system might be slightly off, but bear with us: Before ¡Trés!, the final installment in Green Day‘s ambitious ¡Uno!, ¡Dos!, ¡Trés! trilogy drops on December 15th, comes ¡Quatro!, a documentary about their recording process that premieres tonight on VH1. And before we get ¡Quatro!, we get these sneak peeks.

Before embarking on this ambitions run, Green Day returned their act back to the intimate clubs and small venues they technically outgrew decades ago. “Playing clubs is really important to us because it just keeps us energized,” Billie Joe Armstrong explains of the shows that helped them shake of any dust and work out the kinks after so many years of performing together. “We needed to scare the sh*t out of ourselves a little bit.”

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You Should Be Watching Later…With Jools Holland On Palladia If You’re Not Already

All the way from across the pond Later…With Jools Holland‘s got some of the most incredible musical talents — everyone from Bat for Lashes to Adele — performing stripped down performances of their greatest hits. Even if you don’t have BBC, you can still watch (in full HD glory!) on Palladia.

Upcoming guests include Mumford & Songs, Lisa Marie Presley, Bobby Womack, Savages and Kings of Leon so make sure you tune in on Thursdays at 10PM EST. 

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Livestream The Global Citizen Festival This Weekend, Featuring Performances By The Black Keys, Foo Fighters And More

Just a quick reminder that VH1 will be livestreaming the Global Citizen Festival, a benefit concert to support the Global Poverty Project, on Saturday, September 29 from 4:30 to 9:00 p.m. ET. Just head over to Globalfest.MTV.com to watch the festival, which will be held in New York City’s Central Park, in its entirety; you won’t want to miss exciting performances from the likes of Neil Young & Crazy Horse, Foo Fighters, The Black Keys, Band of Horses and VH1 You Oughta Know artist K’Naan. If you happen to be home tomorrow afternoon/evening, our friends over at Palladia will also be broadcasting the concert in its entirety in glorious HD, too.

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