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Tool Announce VIP Package With Shocking Price, Ban Cell Phones
"All participants will be subject to a thorough search. ABSOLUTELY no cell phones, recording devices, etc. are permitted to be used during the live Q+A. Please note TOOL SECURITY will gather all devices and store them for each person." [...]
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Tool Announces First New York City Show In More Than A Decade
Tool will play its first New York City concert in eleven years as the headliner of this year's Governors Ball three-day music festival, scheduled for June 2-4 at New York's Randall's Island. [...]
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Exclusive: Tool to headline New York’s Governors Ball Music Festival in 2017
Tool hasn’t played a proper show in New York City in over a decade. That’ll soon change, however, as the band is set to headline the Governors Ball Music Festival next summer. [...]
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Young Tool Fan Gets Onstage to Watch Danny Carey’s Drum Solo
One tiny Tool fan was given the experience of a lifetime when he was invited onstage to experience Danny Carey’s drum solo. [...]
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Meet Two Dudes Who Drove 24 Straight Hours To See Tool In 2016
I interviewed my friends Kevin and Jimmy, two Tool fans who drove an insane 24-hour straight shot from New York City to Louisiana to see their favorite band in action, assisted by two Tool-agnostics who just wanted to be in New Orleans for Halloween. I got periodic text and phone call updates over the course of Thursday night and Friday as they drove: “In VA now, cruising,” “Coming up on Georgia, ready to get out of this car hahaha.” [...]
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TOOL Replenish Fans with Long Awaited Performance in Denver
The first words out of vocalist Maynard James Keenan’s mouth other than lyrics to a song were, “Go Broncos.” The audience responded with a barrage of cheers to which MJK replied, “That was too easy.” Tool makes executing their complex, spirited songs look ‘too easy.’ [...]
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No ‘Schism,’ but Tool played short, tight set of hits at 2016 Voodoo Fest
There was no denying the power of the band. Singer Maynard James Keenan stuck to the back, doing power lunges in the shadows. (He returns to Voodoo on Sunday with his other band, Puscifer.) Guitarist Adam Jones and bassist Justin Chancellor occupied the front of the stage. Jones was methodical and mathematical in his riffs. Chancellor provided the bursts of energy. Drummer Danny Carey never met a crash cymbal he didn't like to hit. [...]
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