Coachella watch: Stones out, The Postal Service in
A confirmation and denial of appearances in Indio
The Coachella lineup has yet to be announced but two of the biggest rumors surrounding the festival were addressed today.
The first rumor, which we reported on late last year, involves the possibility of The Rolling Stones headlining the six-day, two-weekend event. Unfortunately, that rumor is not true. Mick Jagger told the NME:
"We're not gonna do Coachella 'cause it's too early. There was a rumor we were gonna do that one, but it's very early, Coachella. It's April or something, isn't it? And we're not gonna be ready to go by April."
The other popular rumor, which was reported earlier this year, is that The Postal Service will reunite and perform at the Polo Grounds in Indio, Calif. That rumor, according to Billboard, is 100 percent true. Billboard reports that Sub Pop Records is prepping a deluxe 10-year anniversary edition of the band's lone album "Give Up" and that the band will play Coachella and is considering a tour that would include other festival dates.
The official Coachella lineup has yet to be announced, but it is expected to be revealed soon. Last year the festival's lineup was announced in Jan. 9.
Not ready?? WTF?? They have been playing the same songs for 40 years what does it take to be ready??
Love the Stones but this sounds like a load of crap!!
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