Mitchell Peters

Correspondent

Mitchell Peters has worked in Billboard's Los Angeles office since 2006. He writes for Billboard Magazine, Billboard.biz and Billboard.com, and serves as the West Coast editor for Billboard.biz.

Bon Jovi To Launch Cancer Benefit Concert Series

Bon Jovi To Launch Cancer Benefit Concert Series

Bon Jovi, Jerry Seinfeld, Brian Wilson and Andrea Bocelli, among others, will perform in various New York City venues throughout 2008 as part of the inaugural Stand Up For A Cure concert series, designed to raise funds and awareness for lung cancer research at the Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in New York.
6 Questions With Noise Pop's Jordan Kurland

6 Questions With Noise Pop's Jordan Kurland

San Francisco's Noise Pop festival co-producer Jordan Kurland sits down with Billboard.biz to discuss the bands, the booking strategy, the financials and more, behind the event.
Bright Eyes, M. Ward To Rally Behind Obama

Bright Eyes, M. Ward To Rally Behind Obama

Bright Eyes and M. Ward will headline a free rally concert at the Saddle Creek Records-owned Slowdown on Feb. 7 to raise awareness for Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama.
Green Apple Festival Expands Concert Locations

Green Apple Festival Expands Concert Locations

In an ongoing effort to raise the profile of Earth Day, the third Green Apple Festival will expand this year with eight simultaneous concerts in city parks across the United States on April 20.
6 Questions With David Fishof

6 Questions With David Fishof

Admit it. At one point or another, you’ve fantasized about jamming with your favorite rock'n'roll musician. David Fishof, a veteran of the live music biz who has worked with such acts as the Monkees and Ringo Starr, has made that dream come for thousands.
Green Apple Festival Expands Concert Locations

Green Apple Festival Expands Concert Locations

In an ongoing effort to raise the profile of Earth Day (April 22), the third Green Apple Festival will expand this year with eight simultaneous concerts in city parks across the United States on April 20.
Founding P.O.D. Member Re-Joins For 'Angelic' Effort

Founding P.O.D. Member Re-Joins For 'Angelic' Effort

After parting ways with P.O.D. four years ago, original guitarist Marcos Curiel has reunited with the San Diego-based rock act for its next release, "When Angels & Serpents Dance," due April 8 via INO/Columbia. "I'm excited to be back," Curiel tells Billboard.com. "And they're definitely excited to have me back."

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