Live4ever caught up with Editors’ lead guitarist and synthesizer man Chris Urbanowicz before the lads from Birmingham England hit the stage at Terminal 5 in front of a packed house on New York City’s West Side this Friday night. The band is about to return to the UK and Europe as the US tour leg has just two more nights in Philadelphia and Washington DC. Chris gave us his insight on Editors’ new album (In this Light and on this Evening) direction, thoughts on the music biz, touring , life in the big Apple and much more. We were also in the photo pit to catch all the gig’s action for you - so read on and check out the live shots in our gallery following the interview!
Legendary Who frontman Roger Daltrey has revealed he would like to collaborate with fellow veteran Jimmy Page (photo), should his bandmate Pete Townshend be forced into retirement. Speaking to BBC 6Music, Daltrey said: “I’d love to do an album with Jimmy. He needs a singer to drive him.” He also suggested working with the former Led Zeppelin guitarist would present an opportunity to return to his Blues roots: “I don’t sing the blues with the Who, but that’s what I used to be before Townshend started writing,” he said. “I used to be a great blues singer.”
Former Oasis songwriter Noel Gallagher is said to be considering legal action against the News Of The World after the paper printed a story claiming Noel had mocked the new band being pursued by his ex band-mates.
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