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Paul McCartney, Neil Young, Hold Concert in Indio, California

Named ‘Oldchella’ for having a lineup catered for baby boomers, puts up a great show

October 9, 2016

Perhaps the most legendary rock concert for the past decade, “Oldchella” draws crowds from all over the world. The three-day concert’s lineup consists of Paul McCartney, Neil Young, Bob Dylan, The Rolling Stones, Roger Waters, and The Who.

Popular performances were Rolling Stones’ “Start Me Up.” Neil Young performing A Day in the Life with Paul McCartney, which transitioned into John Lennon’s Give Peace a Chance. Not to mention the classics: “Come Together” and “You Can’t Always Get What You Want.”

The concert earned $150,000,000 more than Coachella, a famous concert catered for Millennials.



After Tour Cancellation, Selena Gomez Spotted and Writing New Songs

Selena is using her creative juices to create new songs at the moment

October 9, 2016

We found out that Selena has been following her doctor’s orders to keep a diary to channel her creativity and write new songs. We’re sure Selena fans are excited to know that the singer-slash-actress is working on transitioning her music style from very pop to more singer/songwriting vibes. As we all probably know by now, Selena has been fighting a long hard battle with Lupus, leaving her with bouts of depression and anxiety.

She was spotted at Texas Roadhouse in Alcoa recently.



Google Play Music Offers Free Playlists With Runtastic

To get more people to hop on board, Google has collaborated with Runtastic to offer new playlists and songs for running

October 7, 2016

The tracks are for free in the app. They are available within the 60 countries where Google Play Music is available.

The best part is that the deal is not exclusive to Android users, iOS users can also avail of the promo. These are available under free trial.

Examples of playlists are “Today’s Running Hits,” and “High Energy Hard Rock.” Just open the Runtastic app, and this will be available in the music tab.