Smashing Pumpkins have just announced that one of their stops on their “Shiny And Oh So Bright” tour will also honor the band’s 30th anniversary, and a number of special guests will be added to the bill.
Smashing Pumpkins kicked off their “Shiny And Oh So Bright” tour last night in Glendale, Ariz. and the 31-song setlist featured three very different covers including David Bowie’s “Space Oddity,” Led Zeppelin’s “Stairway To Heaven” and “Baby Mine” from the Disney film Dumbo.
Smashing Pumpkins have a big announcement planned for tomorrow (February 15) likely regarding a “reunion” tour, but considering the interview D’arcy Wretzky gave to Alternative Nation, tour dates won’t really be dominating the conversation.
There has been a lot of hearsay and rumors about a possible Smashing Pumpkins reunion and maybe even an album. One theory even pointed out that a reunion in 2018 would align nicely with the 25th anniversary of their album Siamese Dream. Will it happen? Well, we will just have to wait and see. In the meantime,…
Back in 1992, the film Singles showcased Seattle's grunge rock scene as the backdrop for director Cameron Crowe's story about single twenty-somethings in the city. Its soundtrack -- which featured songs from Pearl Jam, Soundgarden, Alice In Chains and others -- will get a 25th anniversary re-release on February 17.