• Video: Jimi Hendrix's Effects Pedal Appears Magically at Bonnaroo

    June 18, 2008 4:55 PM ET
     |  Rolling Stone

    One of the more unusual visitors to this year's Bonnaroo festival was Jimi Hendrix's wah-wah pedal, which was purchased for $15,000 and brought to the event to raise awareness for restoring New Orleans. Click above to watch Jack Johnson try to absorb the power of the pedal by rubbing it on his face.  | More »

  • Bonnaroo 2007, Day Two: Ben Harper, Roots, Led Zeppelin SuperJam! Plus: Lily Allen on Xanax

    June 16, 2007 4:50 PM ET
     |  Austin Scaggs

    What a crazy day at Bonnaroo. Though Friday was Day Two at the Tennessee festival, it marked the moment when Bonnaroo officially went off the hook. Lily Allen popped a Xanax (before her set) and drank half a bottle of Jagermeister (during her set) but neither pharmaceuticals nor excess quantity of alcohol could deter her from delivering one of the days hottest performances. (We caught up with her back at her bus, where Allen celebrated by plowing into a bag of Nacho Cheesier Doritos.) Elsewhe...  | More »

  • Led Zeppelin Bassist Goes Bluegrass at Bonnaroo 2007

    June 15, 2007 6:45 PM ET
     |  Austin Scaggs

    Rolling Stone sent a crack squad down to a massive cow pasture in Tennessee to soak up the sixth annual Bonnaroo Festival, which kicked off yesterday, but is just beginning to heat up. So far, the National and the Cold War Kids> and Kings of Leon have delivered intense sets to throngs of sweaty fans. The highlight as of now: This morning we sat down with Led Zeppelin's John Paul Jones, who kicked off Friday by joining the Nashville all-lady bluegrass group Uncle Earl and will p...  | More »

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