Drizzy’s massive 44-song set included a cover of Michael Jackson’s “Rock With You” and a performance of Lil Baby’s ‘Yes Indeed” during which a yellow Ferrari flew above the crowd.
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Part of a massive 33-song set that also included a cover of The Beatles’ “Help” segueing into their own “Help Help”; a collaborative performance with Brandi Carlile; and rare live renditions of Neil Young’s “Throw Your Hatred Down” and the Yield classic “All Those Yesterdays”.
Billy Corgan and co. cover Sugar Ray’s “Fly”, perform Hole songs with Courtney Love, and revisit Gish track “Snail” for the first time in 18 years.
The Beatles were thought to have performed nearly 300 times at the Cavern Club, right around the beginning of Beatlemania.
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The R&B legend performed “Feels So Right”, from 2001’s All For You, and the 1989 B-side “The Skin Game” for the first time ever. “You Ain’t Right”, another song from the double platinum All For You, was performed live for the first time since 2002.
The band revisited a ton of hits and covered Joy Division with AFI frontman Davey Havok.
Dublin shoegazers kicked off their summer tour at Birmingham’s O2 Institute.
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“Listen Up”, in particular, hadn’t been played live since 1996.
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The band also dusted off The Downward Spiral’s “I Do Not Want This”, Gary Numan’s “Metal”, and the live debut of “God Breaks Down the Door”.
Bey and Jay kick off another display of global domination with covers of DJ Khaled and Ed Sheeran (yes, really), a virtual night club, and 26-person “vertical orchestra.”