In the great tradition of Woodstock, Lollapalooza burst on the concert scene in the summer of 1991 with headliners Nine Inch Nails and Jane's Addiction. Conceived by Perry Farrell the festival mirrored the rise and fall of the punk and grunge scene. After some stops and starts, Lollapalooza is back with the Red Hot Chili Peppers and Kanye West headlining at Chicago's Grant Park and G4 is front Row Center for Icons: Lollapalooza.
While more pedestrian newspapers belabor obvious stories like the war in Iraq and government corruption, there's one news organization that tells the tales no one else dares tell: The Onion. Where else could a reader find headlines such as "NASA Chief Under Fire for Personal Shuttle Use" and "CIA Realizes It's Been Using Black Highlighter All These Years"? Now ICONS, G4's weekly documentary/biography series about the artists and trendsetters who matter most to young men, goes behind the scenes to reveal the relatively untarnished history and the daily angst of ...
G4 rocks across the Pond to explore the music scene in London, Manchester and Sheffield, England. Since the explosion in the '60's the UK has dominated the world of rock 'n roll. We follow two new bands, Nine Black Alps and Oceansize who could be the Oasis or Coldplay of tomorrow.
He's a racist homophobe and an anti-Semitic misogynistic misfit. His name- a Borat and his alter-ego Sacha Baron Cohen has gone from obscurity to cult icon. Meet the man behind Ali G and the man-of-the-hour, Borat on Icon: Sacha Baron Cohen, Friday, November 3 at 7:30 PM e/t.