Thom Yorke, Patti Smith, Flea, Dhani Harrison and more will perform at Paris’ Le Trianon theater on December 4th as part of Pathway to Paris, a concert designed to raise awareness about the urgency of climate action.
Rolling Stone writes:
The event will coincide with the UN Climate Change Conference, which takes place between November 30th and December 11th in Paris. Pathway to Paris was co-founded by musician-activists Jesse Paris Smith and Rebecca Foon, both of whom will appear at the concert alongside featured speakers Bill McKibben, Naomi Klein and Vandana Shiva. Tickets will go on sale in September, with all proceeds benefitting global climate movement 350.org. The first Pathway to Paris took place at New York City’s Le Poisson Rouge in September 2014 – following the People’s Climate March – and featured Thurston Moore and Patti Smith group guitarist Lenny Kaye, among other musicians and speakers.
Former Pink Floyd front man, Roger Waters, has released the trailer for his upcoming film, “Roger Waters: The Wall” which is due out, for one night only on September 29th. Watch the trailer below.
Director Quentin Tarantino revealed at Comic-Con that famed composer Ennio Morricone will score his upcoming Western film, The Hateful Eight, according to the movie’s Twitter. It will be Morricone’s first Western score in 40 years. The Hateful Eight is set to come out this Christmas. Read more from Rolling Stone.
Listen to Morricone’s 1966 score of The Good, the Bad and the Ugly below:Dani Harrison, Ennio Morricone, Flea, MusicNotes from the XPN Morning Show, Patti Smith, Pink Floyd, Quentin Tarantino, Roger Waters, The Wall, Thom Yorke