Run-DMC again live in concert: Saturday June, 1st 2013!
This time free (payed game ticket required!) as part of the Atlanta Braves summer concert series at Turner Field, Atlanta.
Run-DMC will play following the conclusion of the match Atlanta Braves vs. Washington Nationals.
Check Atlanta Braves web site for more info.
Run and DMC were kickin’ it live the other day at the sold out Borgata, Atlantic City.
Because Run-DMC didn’t have JMJ (RIP), they brought Jay’s sons with them. One goes by the name of DJ JamMaster Json and the other son is Dasmatic.
In an interview with Run ahead of the Borgata show in Atlantic City Weekly, Run shared some background of how this show and the two others they played in the last year came to life. He also told some interesting memories about how their song Rock Box was developed 30 years ago.
Run also said that Run-DMC as a group has a couple more engagements lined up, but no one should expect them to release new tracks anytime soon.
A short video taken at the show found on Youtube features It’s Like That and It’s Tricky. For a video probably shot with a mobile quality is alright – sounds like them guys can still rock a rhyme and a crowd.
The show itself opened with one of their most iconic songs, Rock Box.
RUN and DMC back again live!
When: Saturday, March 16, 20:00 hours (8:00 pm)
Where: Borgata Event Center, Atlantic City, NJ
Venue: www.theborgata.com, Tickets
Ticket Pricing: $145 / $125 / $75 / $55
DMC appeared on Public Enemy’s latest album Most of My Heroes Still Don’t Appear on No Stamp joining Chuck D for “RLTK”.
Watch the nice old fashioned style video at YouTube.
Or watch it at PublicEnemy.com.
More than a decade after Run-DMC officially retired as a group when JMJ was murdered, Run & DMC are reuniting as Run-DMC to headline the Fun Fun Fun Fest 2012 in Austin, Texas!
The 2012 Fun Fun Fun Fest will take place November 2nd to 4th. Full lineup at www.funfunfunfest.com/artists.
There is no information to date whether this reunion will be for the Fun Fun Fun Fest only or if Run-DMC remain back in action as a group.
Read article at ABC News.