Tuesday, January 14, 2014

Quick News

The surviving members of The Beatles - Sir Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr will reunite for the first time since the band's break-up and perform at this year's Grammy Awards.

Both U2 and Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeroes front man Alex Ebert took home Golden Globes this weekend at the Golden Globe Awards in LA. U2 won for Best Original Song for their track, "Ordinary Love" from Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom and Ebert won for Best Original Score for his work on All Is Lost.

Tokyo Police Club will release their new album, Forcefield in March.

Johnny Cash's son, John Carter Cash has confirmed their will be more unreleased material from his late father that will be released. Speaking to BBC, John Carter Cash said, "There is more music to be released that is unheard, there are some great recordings. But we don't want to release something unless it means something. It has to be in line with what we believe my father would have wanted released".

Ringo Deathstarr will release their new album, Gods Dream next month.

Christie McVie is rejoining Fleetwood Mac. The announcement was made by the band at a recent concert in Maui.

Led Zeppelin's John Paul Jones has started a new band called Minibus Pimps with Norwegian band Deathprod. The band are set to release their debut album in March.