These fine photos of Michael were taken by Angela McCluskey who has opened for R.E.M so far in Chicago, Cincinnati, Boston, Atlantic City, and DC. Angela will support the band again at Madison Square Garden in New York on Thursday night. Thanks Angela!
Pretty calm here in DC. Playing a show tonight in DAR (that stands for Daughters of the American Revolutionâ¦) Constitution Hall, not far from Pennsylvania Avenue, one of the great old concert venues anywhere for everybody other than our crewâitâs a, ahem, challenging venue, but makes for some great
Michael sent over this photo today taken by Bill Rieflin at Wednesday’s Ohio show of Michael and Andy of Now It’s Overhead. Michael says, “We look better a ‘little fuzzy’ I have to say,”
Learn more about Now It’s Overhead by clicking here.
Around the Sun has gone to #1 this week on Sweden’s Album Chart, giving the band their 8th number one for the record which was released on October 4th. In other news, “Leaving New York” has climbed to the top of the airplay charts in Norway…
R.E.M will be in Scandinavia
Sundance Channel announced today that, due to popular demand, the network will re-broadcast National Anthem: Inside the “Vote for Change” Concert Tour on Saturday, October 30th at 6:30pm ET. National Anthem is a television special consisting of behind-the-scenes footage from the tour by acclaimed filmmakers Albert Maysles and D A
Given the tenor of these critical times, with November 2nd fast approaching, coupled with the fact that a great deal of misinformation is slated to be spread this week about Senator John Kerry by a certain broadcasting corporation, we wanted to remind visitors to remhq.com of George Butler’s brilliant documentary
Be sure to tune into the Sundance Channel tonight at 6:30 pm ET for the grand finale of the Vote For Change Tour from Washington, DC, with performances by R.E.M., Bonnie Raitt, Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band, Dave Matthews Band, Dixie Chicks, Jackson Brown, James Taylor,
The following column appears in the Op-Ed section of today’s Orlando Sentinel. R.E.M. will peform in Orlando this Friday as part of the Vote For Change Tour.
Vote for Change
Mirrored from OrlandoSentinel.com
As weâve traveled around the United States the last year or so, weâve sensed a growing unhappiness with the direction
Michael speaks candidly to Rolling Stone in an interview just posted today at rollingstone.com. Check out his thoughts on napkins, pre-gig rituals, the first song he ever heard, Stipean dance moves, and much more by clicking here.
Magical night in St. Paul on Tuesday on the fourth night as the Vote For Change Tour rolled on. Great sets from all three bands and a special visit by Neil Young, who has been stopping by various VFC shows: Pearl Jam in Dayton,
Already in Cleveland this sunny saturday. What an experience this swing state tour has been so far. I cannot begin to describe how wonderful last nightâs Philadelphia show wasâ from Bruce and Michaelâs opening explanatory âwhy are we here and what else is happening across the state with the other
The band rehearsed for tonight’s Vote for Change Philly show at the Wachovia Center earlier this afternoon. Here ere are some photos we’ve just received from the warm-up session. Look for more this weekend as well as reports and setlists from the swing states as we get them.
Finally over jet lag from europe and commuting each day from nyc to philly,
today we rehearse with springsteen which is very exciting. Tonight is the
first debate on tv and were all praying and hoping for the best. I will be
wearing my dorky vote tie which may be lucky,
Le Monde features our man Michael Stipe in their online edition today. Get your translators ready or brush off those dusty dictionaries, unless of course you can read the following:
Michael Stipe, un rocker en campagne