The Queens Of The Stone Age frontman will read 'Zog' next month for CBeebies.
Details of a CBeebies bedtime story to be read by Queens Of The Stone Age lead singer Josh Homme have been confirmed by the BBC.
The imposing rock frontman is set to follow in the footsteps of actors Tom Hardy and Chris Evans and fellow musician Guy Garvey in reading a bedtime story on the BBC’s kids’ channel for young viewers and parents.
The 44 year old will be reading ‘Zog’, written by Julia Donaldson and illustrated by Alex Scheffler, broadcast on Friday October 6th at 6:50pm.
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Queens of the Stone Age front man Josh Homme has described their new music as ''an experience''.
Queens Of The Stone Age's new music is ''an experience'' where fans won't know what's coming next.
'No One Knows' rocker Josh Homme has opened up about their new material, describing the single 'The Evil Has Landed' as the ''hottest record in the world''.
Speaking with BBC Radio 1 DJ Annie Mac on Thursday (10.08.17), Josh said: ''Often times music is like opening a closet full of toys and they're all interconnected and there are so many riffs that are related to the others and it kept going somewhere new.
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"Iggy Pop - Post Pop Depression: Live At The Royal Albert Hall" is a DVD which shows the world what audiences who attended the springtime "Post Pop Depression" concerts knew intimately. Iggy Pop, a dynamic frontman, rightfully called an icon by the Grammy awards-granting body, is backed by talented sidemen who work through material from two eras of rock and roll.
Winner of Best Live Music Coverage by the UK Music Video Awards, "Iggy Pop - Post Pop Depression: Live At The Royal Albert Hall"'s full-scale production runs through 22 songs. Splinter Films captures and celebrates a spectacle, a snapshot in time. With no excess fanfare or lavish post-production, it attempts to simply illustrate music in the making. Fans who witnessed this show in-person have almost unanimously agreed that it was one of their favorites, and this DVD attempts to show the rest of the world 'why'.
The concert runs a sliver shy of two hours, and the camerawork shows the toil the musicians sweat through under diffuse, hot stage lights.
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Recorded in secret at the end of 2015, 'Post Pop Depression' will be out on March 18th, with a short tour planned for the same time.
Recorded in secrecy in both of Homme’s studios – one in Joshua Tree and the other in Pink Duck, Los Angeles – with the help of Arctic Monkeys’ drummer Matt Helders and Homme’s QOTSA bandmate Dean Fertita on guitars, Post Pop Depression is set for release on March 18th.
Speaking to the New York Times, Iggy said that the record’s themes were informed by his own advancing age and the idea of usefulness in modern society. “What happens after your years of service? And where is the honour?”
The band will continue their touring run after festival season.
They performed a stellar set at Download Festival over the weekend and now Josh Homme's band Eagles of Death Metal have added more UK tour dates to their 2015 schedule, with a handful of shows in November following yet more top festival appearances.
Eagles of Death Metal return for a UK tour later this year
With festival dates around Europe this summer - including two in the US and Canada - Eagles Of Death metal will take their busy year right into the Autumn with nine more dates to come including a set at The Forum in London on November 5th 2015. Their next live show, however, will take place tomorrow (June 16th) at The Garage in Glasgow, a city which they will return to on November 11th at the O2 ABC. They will also hit London's KOKO the following day.
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Queens of the Stone Age frontman Josh Homme has explained the response he received from Rancid fans after singer Tim Armstrong accused him of stealing his girlfriend.
Josh Homme, frontman of Queens Of The Stone Age, has spoken out against Tim Armstrong, singer from Rancid. This came after Armstrong publically attacking Homme for dating his ex-girlfriend, Brody Dalle. Homme reportedly received multiple death-threats from various Rancid fans in response to Armstrong accusing him of 'stealing' Dalle from him.
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Homme remains with Dalle, and decided that the best response would be to stay silent in order to disprove the rumours. He explained: "I got all kinds of threats. They were saying, 'We're gonna kill you.' And I was saying, 'I'm six-foot-five and I have red hair and I'm not hiding. Go ahead.' I didn't steal anybody's anything. But not saying anything became the only thing that had any truth to it.
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Date of birth
17th May, 1973