Following Neil Young & Crazy Horse's Friday night headlining set at Voodoo Music + Arts Experience in New Orleans, the bar was set high for Metallica. Even before the festival, though, expectations were raised as it was announced that the band would be taking over Green Day's headlining duties while lead singer Billie Joe Armstrong entered a rehabilitation program for alcohol abuse. This meant that Metallica would be returning to the stage for their last show in 2012.
Thirty-five studio albums into his career and Bob Dylan seems like he's just getting started. On the eve of the release of his latest creation, 'Tempest,' Dylan opened three stores across the globe that offered the album to fans a day early. Los Angeles, New York City and London were the sites of these 'Bob Dylan Pop-Up Shops,' and hundreds of fans lined up to get their hands on 'Tempest.'