In his first interview following the Astroworld disaster, Travis Scott said he couldn't see or hear what was happening in the crowd.
Ezra Blount became the youngest victim from the festival crush, after suffering “trauma to nearly all organs.”
Scott's lawyer Ed McPherson said the rapper couldn't hear or see what was happening in the crowds.
The lawsuit alleges Travis Scott and event organizers were “negligent” and that the boy will suffer “life-altering trauma” following the concert.
From festival cancellations to venue limbo to self-quarantine, the spread of COVID-19 has completely rocked the music industry.
Tom Morello, Speedy Ortiz, and other major acts are calling on concert promoters to end their use of face recognition before it becomes widespread.
The Department of Justice is reportedly investigating Live Nation for antitrust violations which, yeah, everyone basically figured would be the case.
'This is an insult to Scott Johnson, his parents and our crew.’
From the second installment of 'Earthworks,' a documentary series that follows artists on travels all over the world.
It's taken from 'Earthworks,' a new documentary series that follows artists on remarkable journeys around the world.
Including EDC Las Vegas, Creamfields, and Bonnaroo.
That’s what happens when you (allegedly) send a body double out in a hoodie to play your shows.