Rogers Waters, The Who, Paul McCartney, The Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan and Neil Young have all been confirmed for the line-up of a “mega-festival” this October in America. Called Desert Trip, the three-day event will take place at the Empire Polo Field in Indio, California – the site of the Coachella music festival. Tickets start at $200 (£137) per day, rising to $1,599 (£1,097) for a three-day pass for the area near the stage. Performances will start after sunset, with each artist playing a full set.
There is nothing more we love here at Jammy Toast than listening to some of our favourite tunes. From time to time we will post a music video from an artist or genre that we think will be enjoyable to you; our friends. We often feature music that you may not have come across before, or music that maybe you just missed the first time around. Try and listen with an open mind, you never know, you may find something you can add to your iPod. If you have any music videos you would like us to feature then drop us a line – we are always happy to listen to requests but we cannot promise to feature everyone’s favourite…
We all sat down last night here at Jammy Toast to be entertained by the latest of British talent on display at Glastonbury. Unfortunately none of them really lived up to it and it was left to a group who have been at it for fifty years. The Who stole the whole weekend with their display of timeless Brit-Rock. Closing Glastonbury 2015, Pete Townshend took to the stage alongside Roger Daltrey in full arm-swinging glory, brandishing his guitar with intent. He more than delivered with a two-hour set of vintage rock at its best that pleased a crowd made up of almost as many teen faces as those belonging to the over-40s.
Tonight we thought we would continue our series of posts featuring some of our favourite bands live in concert. Often on Saturday nights we put a film on in the Bears Cinema for the entertainment of our friends but sometimes we can’t find a suitable film to watch. Instead of disappointing we thought on the Saturday’s when we can’t find a decent film we could feature a decent band in concert also in the Bears Cinema. You no longer require a password for the cinema so the films are now available to anyone who wishes to watch. If you highlight the Media menu above, then the Videos submenu and finally click on Bear Cinema you will gain entry to the Bear’s Cinema where you can view this week’s concert. Please note; we have no control over how long this concert will remain available before it is withdrawn, so please watch it as quickly as possible – it may no longer be available tomorrow.