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Picture - Neyla Pekarek and The Lumineers... Lisbon Portugal, Thursday 10th July 2014

Neyla Pekarek and The Lumineers - NOS Alive (Optimus Alive) Festival 2014 - Day 1 - Performances - Lisbon, Portugal - Thursday 10th July 2014

Wesley Schultz and The Lumineers
Neyla Pekarek and The Lumineers
Wesley Schultz, Jeremiah Fraites and The Lumineers
Jeremiah Fraites and The Lumineers
Wesley Schultz, Neyla Pekarek and The Lumineers

Picture - Neyla Pekarek - American band... Amsterdam Netherlands, Monday 18th November 2013

Neyla Pekarek - American band The Lumineers performing in concert at the Heineken Music Hall - Amsterdam, Netherlands - Monday 18th November 2013

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The Lumineers and Wesley Schultz
The Lumineers, Stelth Ulvang and Ben Wahamaki
The Lumineers and Wesley Schultz
The Lumineers and Wesley Schultz

Leeds Festival 2013 Flooding Fails To Bring The Rapturous Crowd Down


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Leeds Festival 2013 may not have brought with it the best weather of the year, with torrential downpours and heavy flooding putting a damper (pardon the pun) on everyone's camping weekend, but the line-up was enough to put a smile on everyone's mud spattered face!

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Biffy Clyro drew in a rapturous audience on the Friday and Green Day had a smaller but dedicated audience on Saturday, but that was nothing compared to Eminem's fantastic closing performance which drew the biggest audience of the whole weekend. Other bands had a few surprises up their sleeves, with Fall Out Boy managing to get Foxes up on stage to perform their collaborative track 'Just One Yesterday' (Pete Wentz' favourite song from their new album) and The Lumineers taking crowd participation to a new level by playing in the middle of their audience.

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Jack Johnson Replaces Mumford and Sons At Bonnaroo Festival


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Jack Johnson stepped in at the last minute to cover Mumford and Son's slot. Not only did the singer have to find a band, learn a whole host of new and old and quickly practise, he also made the time to compose a short acoustic song about the festival.

The four day festival which takes place in Manchester, Tennessee was first held in 2002 and has been hugely popular and influential. Johnson has a history with the festival, having performed at the first one and headlined in 2008. Johnson was, conveniently, already at the Bonaroo Festival when he received a call on Thursday (13th June 2013) as he was appearing as a special guest, performing alongside Animal Liberation Orchestra.

In an interview with Rolling Stone, the singer said he was expecting 'a train wreck' owing to the short time he had in which to prepare. Johnson has recently been out of the limelight, working on his new album entitled 'From Here To Now To You', due to be released on 17th September. The singer paid homage to the British folk band, singing his version of 'The Cave' which was greeted with vast audience participation and applause.

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Picture - Jeremiah Fraites, Wesley Schultz and... London United Kingdom, Tuesday 12th March 2013

Jeremiah Fraites, Wesley Schultz and Ben Wahamaki - The Lumineers performing live on stage at Brixton Academy - London, United Kingdom - Tuesday 12th March 2013

The Lumineers and Wesley Schultz
The Lumineers and Wesley Schultz
The Lumineers and Wesley Schultz
The Lumineers and Wesley Schultz
The Lumineers and Wesley Schultz

Bjork, Paul McCartney and R Kelly: Variegated Lineup For Tennessee's Bonnaroo Festival


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The Bonnaroo festival line-up has been released and it's something to get yourself excited about. Not got a ticket? You'll definitely want to get yourself one once you see who'll be performing. 

The Bonnaroo festival info page is a veritable delight of explaining Out There and In Here. Out There is out here, where we are now, beyond the limits temporally or spatially of the festival itself, but In There, in the festival, the festival organisers want it to be a haven of positivity, safety and, above all, supreme amounts of fun. They describe it as "4 of the best days ever" and "an escape into Excitement. Music. Art. Discoveries. Trees. Fresh Air. Green Grass... Friends (Old / New). Adventure. Overwhelming happiness. Hugging a stranger by accident. Sharing and Generosity. Bonnaroovian Dancing. Hyperbolic verbiage..." and the list goes on. Sounds good, right? Well, the line-up is even better, and suitable for all genres you may find yourself remotely interested in. 

Here's the best of the list, from the headliners down to the early stars: Paul McCartney, Grammy winners Mumford & Sons, Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers, Bjork, R Kelly, Wu-Tang Clan, The National, The Lumineers, David Byrne, St Vincent, Passion Pit, The XX, Kendrick Lamar, Grizzly Bear, Animal Collective, Of Monsters and Men, Nas, ZZ Top, Beach House, Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeroes, A$AP Rocky, Tame Impala, Gaslight Anthem, Billy Idol, Foals, Local Natives, Alt-J, The Tallest Man on Earth, Earl Sweatshirt, The Vaccines, Frank Turner, Purity Ring... and once again, the list goes on. Check out the website to see the rest.

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