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Live Nation Entertainment reporta resultados financieros del primer trimestre de 2017

Live_Nation_Entertainment_LogoLOS ANGELES, 7 de mayo de 2017 /PRNewswire-HISPANIC PR WIRE/ —
Puntos destacados (interanual):

El ingreso bruto aumenta el 17% en el trimestre a $1,400 millones
El ingreso operativo aumenta el 36% en el trimestre a $(21) millones
El ingreso operativo ajustado…


See Metallica Hype North American Tour With Live 'Hardwired' Video

With the North American leg of Metallica‘s WorldWired Tour set to kick off Wednesday night in Baltimore, the heavy metal legends have cut together a live video for “Hardwired… to Self-Destruct” using footage from dozens of the band’s gigs worldwide.

The “Hardwired… Around the World” video combines clips from concerts spanning from Costa Rica to Berlin as well as from their stadium-christening show in Minneapolis to their small venue performance in New York City.

The upcoming North American leg of the WorldWired Tour will see Metallica invading stadiums throughout the U.S. and Canada, as well as a stop at Columbus, Ohio’s Rock on the Range Festival and San Francisco’s Outside Lands. The leg concludes August 16th in Edmonton.

“Full stadium runs can sometimes be a little intimidating,” Lars Ulrich previously told Rolling Stone. “There’s all these things to worry about like, ‘You should really try to play maybe only on the weekend,’ and, ‘Where do you play on Tuesday?’ and some of those practicalities can get a little bewildering. We just threw caution to the wind. Doing a stadium run seemed like the perfect thing on the back of how well this record has been received and all the good will that’s out there in Metallica’s world right now.”

On May 9th, the eve of the North American tour launch, Metallica will broadcast a four-song tour rehearsal from the venue via Facebook Live.

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Watch LCD Soundsystem Bring New Songs to 'SNL'

LCD Soundsystem staged their first ever Saturday Night Live musical guest spot as the reunited act performed their just-released new tracks “Call the Police” and “American Dream.”

As the studio versions of both tracks hover above the six-minute mark, James Murphy and company’s SNL renditions were truncated slightly for the television audience. Even with the shorter runtime, LCD Soundsystem managed to build both tracks to their respective climaxes.

(Also, in an SNL episode that lacked an on-screen appearance by Alec Baldwin’s Donald Trump, keyboardist Nancy Whang got the evening’s best Trump jab in with a “Bad Hombres” shirt featuring the president and Vladimir Putin.)

“Call the Police” and “American Dream” are two of the four new songs LCD Soundsystem debuted during their recent residency at New York’s new Brooklyn Steel venue; other new tracks include “Emotional Haircut” and “Tonight.”

This week, Murphy also updated fans on the progress of LCD Soundsystem’s new album, the band’s first since 2010’s This Is Happening. According to the singer, he still had to record vocals for one track, mix two songs and then have it mastered and shipped.

“I insist that there is vinyl on the day it’s released (because … well … because I’m an old person),” Murphy added. “It’s been one of the most enjoyable records to make in my life, if not the most fun ever (I think it is, for sure, the happiest I’ve ever been making a record). So it will be sad in some ways to see it leave the house etc.”

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