Ozzfest Meets Knotfest Lineup Is Out!
The lineup for Ozzfest Meets Knotfest is out -- and as expected, Stone Sour will take the place of Slipknot at the two-day event.
It's set for November 4th and 5th in San Bernardino, California with tickets on sale Friday. The 4th is the Ozzfest part of the bill, with Ozzy Osbourne, Prophets of Rage, Deftones, Orange Goblin, Baronessand more.
The 5th is the Knotfest bill, with Rob Zombie headlining. Joining Stone Sour on the bill will be Marilyn Manson, Eighteen Visions, Life of Agony and more.
Stones Headed To Theater Stage?
The Rolling Stones may be headed to London's West End and New York's Broadway. Not for a series of intimate shows, but to create a musical based on their catalog.
The Sun reports that top-secret workshops are under way. The paper quotes a source who says, "The workshops are being kept very much under wraps and only incredible talent is being invited to attend. The idea came from top theater execs who know the concept of a Stones musical has the potential to be a worldwide hit. But they know the show has to be outstanding for the band members to back it. Only then will it ever see the light of day -- and at the same time make the rockers an absolute fortune.”
Should this reach the stage, it would follow in the footsteps of The Four Seasons with Jersey Boys, Queenand We Will Rock You, Carole King's Beautiful and ABBA’s Mamma Mia!
A spokeswoman for the Stones was unavailable for comment.
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