Yeah, this guy might be the worst wrestler ever. Not kidding.'
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(CNN) -- The lead singer of the metal band As I Lay Dying has been arrested and charged with seeking to have his wife killed, the San Diego County Sheriff's Department said.
Authorities said Tuesday that Tim Lambesis had tried to contract an undercover detective to kill his estranged wife, who lives in Encinitas, California. He is charged with solicitation of another to commit murder.
The department learned on May 2 that Lambesis had asked someone to carry out the killing and an investigation was initiated, it said.
The investigation culminated Tuesday afternoon, "when Lambesis solicited an undercover detective to kill his wife," it said. He was arrested without incident at a business in Oceanside and taken to the Encinitas Station and booked into the Vista Detention Facility.
The band's representative did not return a message seeking comment.
As I Lay Dying was nominated in 2008 for a Grammy Award for best metal performance. The band has released seven studio albums and a live CD, according to its website.
Asked last year in an interview with HardNoise Online Radio about how his time on the road affected his home life, Lambesis said, "If there was a way to be home but still make a living playing music, I would do that in a heartbeat.
"But the catch is that, as a profession, this is what I'm passionate about. And then my personal life, what I'm passionate about is my loved ones back home. So, you know, those two have a conflict with each other. The only thing I can do is find a balance where, if I am gone a month on tour, then I find a month to be home and just kind of even it out that way."
Asked in January about whether his group was a Christian metal band, he told NoiseCreep the band decided not to discuss "the spiritual topic" so that listeners would focus on their music.
"We didn't preach at our shows, our goal has always been to just write the best music we can write," he said. "Of course religion has some influence on the things that we write about just like all of our life experiences do but as a band, we want to be judged on the music rather than what our personal beliefs are."
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This is the main stuff I have right now. If I have time, I'll edit in some fluff details but this is the meat of it all. I've noted some special collaborations within some of the acts, the fluff details either before/after we're all done will explain the setting of said collaborations. Not sure if you wanted full sets as well, I'll try to get those in soon as well. Enjoy!
Venue: Staples Center
- Joy Electric
- Owl City
- Thousand Foot Krutch ("Faith Love & Jesus Music" w/ Lecrae)
- Venus Hum
- Blue Man Group (Venus Hum joins in for "I Feel Love")
- Daft Punk ("Feel Good Technologic" w/ Gorillaz)
- Devo ("What We Do With Robots" w/ Kraftwerk)
Venue: Matira Beach, Bora Bora, Tahiti
Artist list (from last to first, meaning Elvis is going last):
The Rolling Stones
Frank Sinatra and the Rat Pack
Because music venues outside are so much better than inside. Picture this, if you will... You're at the Pyramid Stage at Glastonbury, the son is out, the beer is ICE cold, there is a full day of music you cannot walk away from. The Rock Revolution starts today and you just can't walk away. Pee in a cup, eat some of those delicious burgers with all the trimmings and if you feel healthy, have a salad. And if you get too hot? Well, there are stewards patrolling the fields with ice cold water you can douse yourself in if it gets too much. But heck, that's what the beer is for!
Opening the bill in the morning for 45 minutes, you have Arcade Fire. Sure, they're modern, but they've got a classical quality to them.
They are then followed out by Smashing Pumpkins. Apparently Billy has agreed to play a set of old music because lets face it, not much of what they've made in the last decade is worth listening to.
Then you've got The Clash. This is really getting into the meat of the festival. Some proper punk music you can continue to have a good mosh to.
David Bowie is next. He cools down the tempo a bit with his portrayal of Ziggy Stardust. Why not? He freakin' invented art in music!
Talking of art in music, you can't escape Pink Floyd. They really know how to give a big show with the art. The light show brings you into night time and you can't help but get excited for whats next.
As night takes over at Glastonbury, Jimi Hendrix is out now, power-chording his way from one song to the next in a frenzy of some of the best written music in history.
Speaking of which, the main event, the very top of the Pyramid Stage. The Beatles. A two hour set takes you into night fall and a firework display closes the set. You leave with the unquestionable assurance that you have truly seen the evolution and Revolution of Rock music.
The UK: Royal Route Tour proudly presents...
Mumford & Sons...
Rotating stage, that once one perfomer is finished, the stage rotates with the next performer ready to go! Each act with a one hour performance for 4 hours of the music!
The first stop on this tour will be at Wembley Stadium in London, England.
Richie Sambora is bailing on the Bon Jovi world tour because of "personal issues," but it has NOTHING to do with substance abuse ... it's all about a war that's exploded between Jon and Richie.
Sources directly connected to Bon Jovi tell TMZ ... tensions between Jon and Richie have been running high for years and it's finally erupted. One source tells us, "It's a classic Jagger/Richards blowup."
Our sources say part of the problem is that Jon constantly belittles Richie. But there's another part of the problem -- they're fighting over money.
Richie was a no-show at a Bon Jovi concert in Calgary last night, and yesterday he posted on the Bon Jovi website that he was pulling out because of "personal issues."
During the Calgary concert, Jon told the crowd, "I had two choices: pack up and go home or give you everything I got ... Richie Sambora won't be performing for a while. If there's ever a night I need you, it's tonight, Calgary!"
In the meantime, Richie's been spending personal time with his daughter -- the two were on vacation in Hawaii last week. We're told it was an 11-day trip filled with zip-lining, hikes, paddle boarding, and chilling at the pool.
Read more: http://www.tmz.com/2013/04/03/richie-sambora-bon-jovi-tour-business-money/#ixzz2PVMJR4qX
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My Chemical Romance has called it quits, the rock act announced on its website on Friday. The long-running group had been together for over a decade, releasing four studio albums.
"Being in this band for the past 12 years has been a true blessing. We've gotten to go places we never knew we would. We've been able to see and experience things we never imagined possible," the group said in a statement. "We've shared the stage with people we admire, people we look up to, and best of all, our friends. And now, like all great things, it has come time for it to end. Thanks for all of your support, and for being part of the adventure."
My Chemical Romance's most recent effort was "Danger Days: The True Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys," released in 2010. The album bowed at No. 8 on the Billboard 200, moving 112,000 copies.
The band's career ascended as they toured with Green Day, played Warped Tour and launched their own headlining run in 2005 as "Three Cheers for Sweet Revenge," their major label debut, climbed up the charts. The album went platinum, a success matched by 2006 release "The Black Parade," which bowed at No. 2 on the Billboard 200.
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