Archive: Reunions

Should more D.C. bands reunite on talk shows?

9/12 Project vs. 13-Point Program to Destroy America. We live in a copycat society. Now that Jawbox has reunited on "Late Night With Jimmy Fallon" it's only a matter of time before more defunct D.C. bands start popping up on other talk shows. Here are a dozen reunions we're hoping...

By David Malitz | December 9, 2009; 04:00 PM ET | Comments (3)

Go Back to Those Gold Soundz?

If both BrooklynVegan and Pitchfork say it's so, it must be so: Pavement is reuniting. On September 21!!! (Of 2010.) So there's plenty of time to get excited. And eventually I will get excited. I mean, my favorite band, who I stalked up and down the East Coast as...

By David Malitz | September 16, 2009; 05:07 PM ET | Comments (5)

Whole Lotta Love? (No.)

Things can change. Hell, for instance, can freeze over. (See: Eagles, the.) Or somebody can wave the possibility of a gigantic payday in front of you. But for those looking to put money down on a Led Zeppelin reunion tour becoming a reality, you might want to read what Robert...

By J. Freedom du Lac | December 12, 2007; 12:03 PM ET | Comments (0)

Back In Through The Out Door

Robert Plant and John Paul Jones last night in London. (Reuters) Some band named Led Zeppelin played a show last night. Perhaps you've heard of them? We weren't there (promoters wouldn't give us a credential), but Rolling Stone's David Fricke was. Same with Ben Ratliff of the New York...

By David Malitz | December 11, 2007; 11:09 AM ET | Comments (0)

Not Getting the Band Back Together

We all know the rea$on$ band$ choo$e to reunite. For the camaraderie and joy of playing music with old friends, of course! Band reunions are all the rage these days: Arena-filling acts like Van Halen and the Police have joined the bandwagon, along with club acts like Superdrag and Dinosaur...

By David Malitz | November 27, 2007; 12:05 PM ET | Comments (9)


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