Slash has said he feels he has now ‘closed the book’ on Guns N Roses following their induction into the Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame earlier this month.
Coldplay. Heard of them? No? Well fear not as the band will be receiving some much needed exposure in the US next week after accepting an invitation to perform on American Idol.
New rumours emerging today (April 26th) suggesting The Smiths are ready to reform have apparently been quickly shot down by what NME describe as ‘highly placed sources within the live music industry’.
The 30th anniversary of Manchester’s legendary Hacienda nightclub will be celebrated with three events to be held in the city beginning towards the end of next month.
As a songwriter, as a singer, as a guitarist – even as a film producer, making the likes of Monty Python’s Life of Brian and Withnail & I possible – he remains a beacon of compassion and innovation.
The accomplishments of his Beatle days go without saying. This release deals with his early solo career, from the dam-burst of creativity that was ‘All Things Must Pass’ to the unapologetically spiritual ‘Living In The Material World’ and the breezy, bluesy ‘Thirty Three & 1/3’. Harrison fans will recognise the bare, close-miked sound of these demos from similar bonus tracks on the 30th Anniversary edition of ‘All Things Must Pass’.
Sir Paul McCartney has moved up to third place on the Sunday Times’ annual list of the Top 50 Music Millionaires in Britain and Ireland.
Jack White could be heading for a trans-Atlantic chart topper this week with sales of his debut solo album ‘Blunderbuss‘ going strong in both the UK and US.
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