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The Grammys Are Announced !

Courtesy of our friends at Rock Revolt Magazine :

Nominations for the 56th annual Grammy Awards were announced last night by The Recording Academy on primetime television as part of “The Grammy Nominations Concert Live! — Countdown To Music’s Biggest Night”, a one-hour CBS entertainment special broadcast live from Nokia Theatre L.A. Live.

“This year’s nominations reflect the talented community of music makers who represent some of the highest levels of excellence and artistry of the year in their respective fields,” said Neil Portnow, President/CEO of The Recording Academy, in a statement.

The 56th annual Grammy Awards will be held on January 26, 2014 at Staples Center in Los Angeles, and will air live on CBS at 8 p.m. ET/PT.

We know our readers, so here is a list of the nominees in the ROCK and ALTERNATIVE categories (complete list/genres HERE!

Robin Williams’ Son Zak Williams on How His Family Is Coping

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Robin Williams’ son Zak Williams, 31, attended a fundraising gala for the Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation, and opened up a little about how his family is coping since his dad’s death Credit: Ilya S. Savenok/Getty Images

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Robin Williams’ son Zak spoke publicly about his father’s death for the first time as he honored the late actor at a charity fundraiser on Thursday (20Nov14).

The 31 year old attended the Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation gala in New York City to celebrate Williams’ friendship with the Superman star, who died in 2004, nearly 20 years after he was paralyzed in a horse-riding accident.

During his onstage speech, Zak Williams opened up about the bond between the Hollywood actors, telling the audience, “They had a tremendous love for one another… The amazing thing about their relationship was their incredible drive to take the time to love, to help, and to appreciate others, even while they found themselves in great pain… They always found time to give their all to those in need. Bringing light and healing where there’s darkness, pain, or suffering is absolutely vital.”

The Good Will Hunting star committed suicide in August (14) and Zak also told Entertainment Tonight how the family is coping with the loss of the comedian, saying, “We’re doing okay. We’re working hard to build our strength and acclimating to the new normal… A large part of what we’re doing through this grieving process is giving and spending time focusing on others… The outpouring was remarkable. People shared their supportive words, art, and all sorts of amazing tributes to my father.”


We are pleased to announce that Placebo will be embarking on a UK tour in March 2015. Tickets are £29.50 (£32.50 London) and go onsale Friday 31 October @ 9.00am

Currently on the road in North America to conclude an epic album campaign, touring their critically acclaimed 7th studio album ‘Loud Like Love’, Placebo today announce that they will return to the UK and Ireland in February/ March 2015 to play their most extensive run of shows since 2006.

The tour kicks off in Dublin on the 25th February, and ends in London at Hammersmith’s EventIM Apollo on March 24th, taking in cities the band haven’t played for many years.

This extensive UK tour is something the band have been wanting to do for a long time, marking the start of an exciting series of events and releases planned ahead of the bands 20th Anniversary celebrations in 2016, looking back over an incredible catalogue of such songs as Nancy Boy, Pure Morning, Taste In Men, Special K and this fan favourite, The Bitter End

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Placebo have now survived nearly 20 years of love, hate, blood, sweat, tears, break ups and harmony all the whilst toting up over 1 million album sales in the UK, and over 12 million albums sold worldwide, and are still going strong.

They have played to the most loyal fans in over 63 different countries, ranging from football stadiums in Chile to temples in Cambodia and a disused mine at a UNESCO world heritage site in Germany.

Today, Brian Molko has also revealed that he is releasing a retrospective book containing his own selection of lyrics from throughout his 20-year career at the helm of Placebo. Titled ‘Brian Molko – Selected’ the book is available to order from on Friday 31st October.

The full List of tour dates and ticket links is below, General Admission tickets go on sale Friday 31st October at 9am :

25th Feb 2015 – Dublin, Olympia

26th Feb 2015 – Belfast, Waterfont Hall

28th Feb 2015 – Edinburgh, Corn Exchange

1st Mar 2015 – Glasgow, o2 Academy

3rd Mar 2015 – Aberdeen, Music Hall

4th Mar 2015 – Newcastle o2 Academy

6th Mar 2015 – Hull, City Hall

7th Mar 2015 – Blackburn, King George’s Hall

9th Mar 2015 – Leeds, o2 Academy

10th Mar 2015 – Liverpool, Guild Of Students

12th Mar 2015 – Manchester, o2 Apollo

13th Mar 2015 – Sheffield, o2 Academy

15th Mar 2015 – Norwich, UEA

16th Mar 2015 – Leicester, De Montfort Hall

18th Mar 2015 – Birmingham, o2 Academy

19th Mar 2015 – Bristol, Colston Hall

21st Mar 2015 – Bournemouth, o2 Academy

22nd Mar 2015 – Southend, Cliffs Pavillion

24th Mar 2015 – London, EventIM Apollo

Support comes from Scotland’s – The Mirror Trap


For More Information please contact:

Lauren Hales