Oh Alice, if your surprise rendition of Lady Gaga from your set at Bonnaroo proved anything, it's that you're a rebel through and through. Because there's nothing more shock rock than shocking your own fanbase with a cover of a radio-friendly hit.
You've got your '70s nostalgia with Black Sabbath, your '90s nostalgia with RHCP and At the Drive-In, your 2000s nostalgia with Jack White and Bloc Party, and your Mugatu-style "THEY'RE SO HOT RIGHT NOW" with The Weeknd and Frank Ocean. Looks like a pretty great mix overall (see the full list at Lolla's
What better praise can there be for a tribute band than to have your band's inspiration come to one of your shows? Former PBS show host Bill Nye swung by a performance of Colorado band Bill Nye and the Science Guys. He danced, sang, and did everything but explain the greenhouse effect.
This epic meet-up went down in 1980, during Queen's tour promoting their new album The Game. I'm sure it made the part where Freddie croons "Mamaaaaaa..." during Bohemian Rhapsody that much more poignant.
Oh wait, the prequels weren't out yet. It was a simpler time.