Recalling last month's opportunity to get back in front of a live audience during a guest spot with Incubus, former Police drummer Stewart Copeland says even though "there were a few fender benders, shows like this are such a rare treat that I feel no remorse." His comments can be found in a guest editorial that appears in the Feb. 5 issue of Billboard, which hits newsstands today (Jan. 28).
Pearl Jam, Wilco, Counting Crows, Willie Nelson and others joined Neil Young and his bandmates in Crosby, Stills & Nash this weekend (Oct. 25-26) outside San Francisco for the 17th annual Bridge School Benefit concerts. The acoustic-driven shows at Shoreline Amphitheatre benefit the Bridge School, which Young and his wife Pegi founded as a learning facility for severely disabled children.
Modern rock outfit Incubus will on May 28 issue a VHS/DVD of a live in-studio concert taped last October in New York. "The Morning View Sessions," which aired on MTV and VH1, features 12 songs from Incubus' recent Epic albums, including the rock radio smashes "Drive," "Wish You Were Here," and "Nice To Know You."
Modern rock act Incubus will hit the road Sept. 14 in advance of its fourth studio album, "Morning View" (Immortal/Epic). The tour will kick off at the Meadowbrook Amphtheatre in Gilford, N.H., and come to a close Dec. 1 at Los Angeles' Universal Amphitheatre.