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A rep for U2 has denied a Billboard.com report from last week which stated that the Irish supergroup had delayed its new album and tour until 2015 and planned to do more recording. According to the U.K. outlet The Guardian, a source close to the band said, "U2's album is planned for this year (and) is still on track and touring plans haven't been confirmed yet."
Billy Joel will be giving back to his local community during his birthday gig at Madison Square Garden. Billy’s May 9th show at the legendary Manhattan venue is his 5th of 12 sold out gigs at the Garden and will be played on the "Piano Man’s" 65th birthday, with Newsday reporting that a portion of the show’s proceeds will go to Long Island’s North Shore Animal League's Bianca's Furry Friends.
The campaign is "being spearheaded by his friends Howard and Beth Stern and would fund the addition of a second floor to the group's Port Washington headquarters and expand space for animal care."
David Crosby wants it to be known -- hard drugs do nothing to make you write, sing, or play music better. Crosby, whose troubles with freebasing cocaine are legendary in both the musical and legal professions, is currently on the road with Crosby, Stills, & Nash. Last month, he underwent a cardiac catheterization and angiogram, based on the results of a routine cardiac stress test. The left anterior coronary artery was found to be 90 percent blocked, and two stents were placed to provide blood flow to his heart muscle. Crosby, who is expected to have a full recovery, was forced to postpone his current tour, with the first solo makeup dates set for later this month.
During an interview to promote his recently released critically acclaimed first new album in over 20 years, called, Croz, the singer-songwriter spoke out about some musicians being afraid to get clean in fear their muse will dry up, telling Uncut, "I think that's absolute nonsense. They come up with that to justify their drug habit. I don't think hard drugs have ever made anyone play or write better, they've always been a destructive force. I know they were with me, and you can chart it: the drug-use curve goes up, and the writing curve goes down, at the exact same rate. They cross at a certain point, until you get down here, and I stopped writing. I was only doing drugs."
With Paul McCartney’s current band celebrating over a dozen years together, the group marks the longest he's played with a set of musicians since his time with John Lennon and George Harrison. Last week, McCartney took time to call California’s listener-supported Cal State Northridge public station KCSN and thanked them for their support in playing his recent album, New.
During the call, the former Beatle sang the praises of his latest backing band, featuring 25-year-veteran Paul "Wix" Wickens, along with guitarists Rusty Anderson and Brian Ray, and drummer Abe Laboriel, Jr. McCartney spoke about their deep musical connection onstage, saying, "I trust the guys. They know what I'm going to do, I know what they are going to do. We surprise each other -- and even if it's like, 'I didn't know you were going to do that,' we can all follow it. That's the great thing with a band. And all of us just come to play music. There's no other thing on the agenda. We just love playing together."
Both Paul Simon and Sting felt great pressure from fans -- not to mention record label execs -- upon becoming solo artists. The pair is slowly winding down their critically acclaimed joint tour, which sees both musicians and their bands cross-pollinate with each other's material throughout the sold-out arena gigs.
Bryan Adams is gearing up for a busy spring having added five new Canadian stops to his upcoming itinerary. Adams, who’ll be squeezing in concerts in Denmark, Norway, Germany, Austria, the Czech Republic, and Ireland between his U.S. and Canadian legs, kicks things on March 25th in Des Moines, Iowa at Hoyt Sherman Place and -- as of now -- wraps things up with a July 18th dates in Saskatoon’s Prairieland Park.
Nine Inch Nails and Soundgarden are apparently teaming up for a summer co-headlining tour, according to a report at Antiquiet.com. Both bands posted very similar teaser videos on their Instagram accounts on Monday (March 10th), each consisting of a very fast montage of photos of venues and cities. A site called Echoing The Sound did a frame-by-frame analysis and has mapped out a possible list of 22 venues and cities that the tour will hit -- if in fact it's happening.