Rage Against the Machine to Reunite for 2020 Tour Dates Including Coachella!
Forbes reports that Rage Against the Machine’s 2020 tour dates are happening. Forbes report, “Wayne Kamemoto, a longtime associate of the band just said, ‘The band’s social media is accurate.'”
The rumors started when an Instagram account with the handle RageAgainsttheMachine shared a list of 2020 “reunion tour” dates. The post claims Rage will perform a handful of shows in Texas, New Mexico, Arizona and the Coachella festival in California:
The same photo was also shared by Tom Morello on his official Instagram four days earlier:
Scientology Actress Juliette Lewis, who is currently in a relationship with RATM drummer Brad Wilk, follows RageAgainsttheMachine on Instagram and liked the post. Things get even more interesting, however, as a Rage Against the Machine fan page claims Lewis reached out to them, confirming the reunion shows are legitimate.
Rage Against the Machine 2020 Tour Dates:
March 26, 2020 – El Paso, Texas
March 28, 2020 – Las Cruces, N.M.
March 30, 2020 – Phoenix, Ariz.
April 10, 2020 – Indio, Calif.
April 17, 2020 – Indio, Calif.
Rage Against the Machine to Follow Guns N’ Roses Blueprint
It appears that Rage Against the Machine will be reuniting next year after frontman Zack De La Rocha stopped being a pain in the behind. The band has announced five total shows including Coachella, which they played back in 2007. In addition to that they’ve announced shows in New Mexico, Texas and California. It appears that the group is following what Guns N’ Roses did in 2016 when they first came back with Axl Rose, Slash and Duff McKagan. Guns N’ Roses first announced Coachella followed by several dates in Las Vegas, Los Angeles and Mexico. Shortly afterwards they announced a full blown tour and would go on to tour for three years. According to Forbes Rage Against the Machine is supposed to do a full tour as part of their reunion.
Jason Momoa and Carrie Underwood Show Up To Guns N’ Roses Shows in Las Vegas This Past Weekend
According to the social media accounts of Jason Momoa and Carrie Underwood, both celebrities showed up to the band’s. Check out Carrie Underwood’s Post from her social media below and Jason Momoa’s posts as well.
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I rank tonight as one of the top 5 nights of my entire life! After the last show of our tour last night me and the band flew out to Vegas @caesarspalace for a @gunsnroses show. It. Was. Incredible. I’m talking 3 hours worth of incredible! I know I’m going to be hurting tomorrow because I rocked out so hard, but it was worth it. Thanks to all who made this night happen for me and thanks to my band for pretending I wasn’t embarrassing you all with my antics! #gunsnroses 🤘#AxlRose @slash @officialduffmckagan
Duff McKagan Reveals Provocative Video of His Wife Susan Holmes McKagan
Duff Mckagan revealed on Instagram a video of his wife Susan Holmes McKagan rocking out to the band’s show in Las Vegas this past weekend. Check it out below!
Carrie Underwood Attends Guns N’ Roses Second Last Show of the Year in Las Vegas
Pop Star and Country Singer Carrie Underwood attended Guns N’ Roses November 1, 2019 show in Las Vegas at Caesar’s Palace. She posted a clip on Instagram and wrote how it was one of the best concert’s she’s ever attended. She wasn’t the only big celebrity in the audience as another HUGE A List Hollywood Star attended the show and was even on the stage with the band. Check it out below!
Howard Stern Reveals the Cost of Axl Rose’s Microphone He Gave to a Fan
During a recent broadcast of politically correct radio host Howard Stern, he discussed the expensive gift Guns N’ Roses frontman Axl Rose gave to a fan at one of the band’s shows that his staff attended. According to fan site MarksFriggin.com Howard discussed the following:
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Howard said Guns N’ Roses allowed them to have their concert on his channel Howard 101. Howard said he wasn’t able to go because it was just too late for him. He said that the boys who did go said it was great. The show went from 10:30pm to 1:30am. Howard said they opened up with ”It’s so Easy.”
Howard played some of that performance. Howard said the band was so forceful that the whole place was shaking. He said Richard was scared from the shaking.
Howard said they did ”Nightrain” so he played some of that. Howard said they did all of their good ones. Howard said he loves that. Robin said she thinks they have to sprinkle in some of their other stuff. Howard said he doesn’t.”
“Howard said the concert went 3 hours. He said that Richard does that head banging thing and he hurt his neck really bad. Howard said he really did. Howard played Guns N’ Roses performing ”Paradise City.” Howard said Axl threw his microphone into the audience and it was a $2,000 microphone. Howard said someone has a $2,000 microphone they left with. Howard thanked the boys for giving them the concert.”