ESPN Music: Calvin Harris

Green Day, Calvin Harris on X Games shows

January, 23, 2013
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Here's a list of songs from performers featured on ESPN’s X Games programming, links to the artist’s websites and links for you to download to buy the songs and/or albums:

Music on X Games Programming

Green Day

"99 Revolutions" from the “Tre” album
(iTunes | Amazon)

Green Day

"X-Kid" from the “Tre” album
(iTunes | Amazon)

Green Day

"Troublemaker" from the “Uno” album (iTunes | Amazon)

Green Day

"Stray Heart" from the “Dos” album (iTunes | Amazon)

Calvin Harris

"Awooga" from the “18 Months” album (iTunes | Amazon)

Calvin Harris

"Iron" from the “18 Months” album (iTunes | Amazon)

Calvin Harris

"Feel So Close" from the “18 Months” album (iTunes | Amazon)

Major Lazer

"Get Free" single
(iTunes | Amazon)

Major Lazer

"Jah No Partial" single (iTunes | Amazon)

Madeon

"Finale" single
(iTunes | Amazon)

Calvin Harris to perform at Winter X Games

December, 5, 2012
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Calvin Harris: Drew Ressler. Major Lazer: Ferry GouwCalvin Harris, left, will perform Jan. 26 at X Games Aspen, with Major Lazer on Jan. 27.
Beginning next month in Aspen, Colo., X Games fans will have a new event to get hyped for: music.

Though performances from top artists have often been part of the X Games experience, 2013 marks the debut of a special concert series dedicated to showcasing the best talent in each of the five countries set to be host to the events this coming year: the United States, France, Brazil, Spain and Germany.

Kicking things off during X Games Aspen are headlining acts Calvin Harris and Major Lazer. Major Lazer -- a project by DJs/producers Diplo and Jillionaire as well as Walshy Fire -- and Harris are both well known in the electronic dance-music scene, drawing huge crowds at music festivals across the planet and collaborating with the likes of Beyoncé, No Doubt, Snoop Lion, Rihanna, Dizzee Rascal and Ke$ha.

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