Daughtry continued their promotion tour for their new album 'Break The Spell' with an acoustic appearance on the VH1 Top 20 Countdown. The band performed a set of old favorites like ‘Home’ and ‘September,’ along with brand new song ‘Crawling Back To You,’ and a great cover of the Black Crowes 'She Talks To Angels.'
Daughtry will be playing some holiday radio shows to round out 2011 and should announce a full U.S. tour early in the new year.
Check out the footage of 'Crawling Back To You' and 'She Talks To Angels':
Rock On the Talks Nov. 21- Dec. 8
11/21 - Sharon & Kelly Osbourne - Rosie (R)
11/22: Daughtry - The Ellen Degeneres Show
11/22: Nickelback - Jimmy Kimmel Live
11/23: Paul Simon - Conan (R-11/2/11)
11/24: Daughtry - The Tonight Show With Jay Leno - (R-11/2/11)
11/24: Feist - Jimmy Kimmel Live - (R-11/10/11)
11/25: Chris Issak - Jimmy Kimmel Live - (R-11/2/11)
11/28: David Crosby & Graham Nash - Late Show With David Letterman (R-11/8/11)
11/29 : Switchfoot - The Tonight Show With Jay Leno
11/30 : Bono - The Daily Show With Jon Stewart
11/30 : My Morning Jacket - Jimmy Kimmel Live
12/1: Peter Gabriel - Late Show With David Letterman (R-11/9/11)
12/2: Jane's Addiction - Late Show With David Letterman (R-10/24/11)
12/5: Jack's Mannequin - Jimmy Kimmel Live
12/8: Chevelle - Jimmy Kimmel Live
Rock On the Talks Roundup: Peter Gabriel, Michael Stipe & Brian Eno, Daughtry, David Crosby & Graham Nash, Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds
Here's the roundup of this past weeks Rock on the Talks. First, Peter Gabriel stopped by Late Show with David Letterman Wednesday night (Nov. 9) to play a fantastic arrangement of his classic hit "Red Rain" with a full orchestra. The new version can be found on his latest album, 'New Blood.'
Stephen Colbert wrapped last night's episode (Nov. 11) of the Colbert Report by paying tribute to recently disbanded college/alt-rock icons R.E.M. Colbert lifted frontman Michael Stipe on his Rock and Roll Shelf of Fame and wrapped up the show by joining the singer and previous guest Brian Eno for an acappella rendition of Bill Withers' "Lean on Me."
Chris Daughtry and his band stopped by NBC's The Today Show on Wednesday morning (Nov. 9) to perform their latest single 'Crawling Back To You,' from the new album 'Break The Spell.'
On November 8th, David Crosby and Graham Nash stopped by Late Show With David Letterman to perform "Taken At All," a number originally released on their 1976 album 'Whistling Down the Wire.'
Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds appeared on Late Show With David Letterman to perform the first release "If I Had A Gun" from his new project's debut album. It has that Oasis feel to it, that's for sure.
Mariachi El Bronx stopped by Conan to perform "Revolution Girls" from their new album, Mariachi El Bronx II on November 10th.
American Idol finalist James Durbin new video trailer and studio footage, debut album out November 21st
A new trailer for "Love Me Bad", the first video/single from "American Idol" finalist James Durbin, has been posted. The full clip will make its online debut on November 16 on VEVO. The song is the first single from Durbin's debut album "Memories Of A Beautiful Disaster", which will be released November 21 on Wind-Up Records.
Guests on the album including Mick Mars of Motley Crue, songwriters James Michael (SIXX: A.M., Motley Crue) and Marti Frederiksen (Aerosmith, Buckcherry, Ozzy Osbourne), along with Swedish rock band Hardcore Superstar. Durbin, co-wrote five of the albums tracks and said of working with Mick Mars: "When Mick Mars started shredding on his guitar I literally lost my mind. He's a true rock legend and he's playing on my record. It doesn't get any cooler than that." Mick Mars added, "It was sick to have played on James' debut album. To be the only featured guest artist on the record was really cool as I know a lot of others wanted to be on it. James Durbin kicks ass; he's the real deal.
"Memories Of A Beautiful Disaster" was produced by Howard Benson (My Chemical Romance, Daughtry, Motorhead, Black Stone Cherry). Benson says the opportunity to work with Durbin was "pretty simple: I loved his voice. I think he has a compelling story to tell." Benson, who kept his eye on Durbin throughout 'Idol' thought, "It was interesting that he spoke his mind and didn't back down from who he was. That's always a good sign.
"Memories Of A Beautiful Disaster" track listing:
1. Higher Than Heaven
2. All I Want
3. Love In Ruins
4. Right Behind You
5. Love Me Bad
9. Outcast - feat. Mick Mars
10. Everything Burns
11. Stand Up
Durbin will be guest on the US nationally syndicated program Rockline, with host Bob Coburn, on Monday, November 28th. The show starts at 11:30pm EST/8:30pm PST and fans are encouraged to speak with the band by calling 1-800-344-ROCK (7625).
Here's the track "Stand Up," which is being used promotionally by the NFL this year, and is one of the 4 tracks on "Official Gameday Music Vol. 2."
You can make your own "Love Me Bad" video as a video response for a chance to win cool prize packs and have your video featured on DurbinRock.com! Promote the music video that you create for "Love Me Bad" on Facebook and Twitter (hashtag #LoveMeBadVideo). James will be choosing 1 video for the grand prize from the top 5 videos that have the most "Likes," so tell your friends to vote for your video.
Grand Prize Package (1) -- The winner's video will be posted onto DurbinRock.com and will be the first video that James favorites onto his Youtube channel. The winner will also receive a copy of James' new album, 'Memories of a Beautiful Disaster', a limited edition autographed litho, an exclusive Durbin t-shirt, and a Durbin patch.
Runner Up Prize Package (1) -- One runner-up will receive a copy of his new album, an exclusive Durbin t-shirt, and a Durbin patch.
Honorable Mention Prizing (1) - The third place finisher will get a copy of the new album and a Durbin patch.
All entries due on 11/21, winners will be announced on 11/22!
Here's in footage of James and Mick Mars in the studio:
Here's James performing "Love Me Bad" acoustically on Fox News:
Ace Frehley stopped by NBC's "The Today Show" for a sit-down with Matt Lauer on Thurday morning (Nov. 3), then stuck around for the forth hour of the show to join Kathy Lee and Hoda. Ace's new book "No Regrets: A Rock 'N' Roll Memoir", a look back at his "life of sex, drugs, and rock-and-roll," came out on November 1 via Gallery Books, an imprint of Simon & Schuster.
Read an excerpt on the Today Show site here.
Chickenfoot rocked "Jimmy Kimmel Live" Thursday night (Nov. 3), performing ‘Big Foot’ and ‘Three and a Half Letters’ from their recently released second album, ‘III.”
Puscifer made their network television debut on Halloween night (Oct. 31) on "Late Show With David Letterman," performing "Conditions of My Parole." Puscifer is the new side project from Tool frontman Maynard James Keenan.
Daughtry stopped by the Tonight Show With Jay Leno to perform their new single "Crawling Back To You" from their new album "Break The Spell" on (Nov. 2)
Lindsey Buckingham stopped by "Late Night With Jimmy Fallon" on Halloween night (Oct. 31) to perform "End Of Time" from the Fleetwood Mac frontman's new album "Seeds We Sow" (36:52 in on full episode)