We’ve got ferocious live video for you tonight, as we broadcast live from Waikiki Beach, Honolulu, Hawaii on DLTV. See the DLTV page for your local live time (12mid. East, 11p Central, 9p Pacific, 6p Hawaii).
We should have our weekly fireworks, but with the proximity to the fourth and the location proximity to Ala Moana (where the official fireworks are tomorrow), they may blow them out. But rest assured, they fire, we b-cast ’em live.
On the show this week: our usual mix of freshly shot full song live video from the biggest rock tours & hottest music events, all shot in the last 30 days, blended with a few Tour Tracker Video classics. Tonight, we continue to pay tribute to the King Of Pop with some rare Michael Jackson classic clips, going back in time and overseas for live nuggets that are both rare and rocking: each track comes with special guest Slash, my guest last year on DaveLawrenceOnline.com, and one of rock’s great guitarists, from Guns N’ Roses, Velvet Revolver and his own solo efforts. We’ll enjoy two meaty classic tracks tonight featuring Michael Jackson jamming with Slash, live in concert, and rarely seen in the current wave of tributes. These will blow you away with the theatrics and performance in international stadium shows. One word: amazing.
Our main course is nearly two hours of rock video shot at the biggest tours and in the last thirty days, including spotlights on the Glastonbury Festival in the UK and Summerfest in Milwaukee here in the US with performances from Bruce Springsteen, Blur, Rancid, Crosby Stills & Nash, Kiss, Bon Jovi & others. We’ll also feature Slipknot and Marilyn Manson on tour in Europe, catch a double-shot of the U2 tour kick-off in Barcelona including their tribute to Michael Jackson, and watch the explosive Stevie Wonder all-talkbox tribute to MJ.
Dessert includes two mind-boggling all-star jams: one featuring Neil Young and Paul McCartney, while another features Ozzy Osbourne, Slash and Jason Bonham, both recorded in the last week live in Europe. Yes, your mind will be blown with this star-studded, savage assault on the senses. This and much more on a show that promises to bring you some of the freshest, juiciest rock content, plus a relevant, rare live track tribute to Michael Jackson that unearths concert footage of MJ rocking hard with Slash in lesser seen Asian concert appearances. Join us live! It’s gonna rock.