David Gilmour Drops Single Ahead Of New Album

After an almost decade-long wait, the legendary Pink Floyd singer is back with a bang! Recorded over a five-month period between Brighton and London, this fifth solo album marks the long-awaited return of Roger Waters with a set of new compositions. Luck And Strange was produced by David Gilmour, in collaboration with Charlie Andrew.Most of the lyrics were written by Gilmour's long-time collaborator and partner Polly Samson, who've been married since 1994. The themes of Luck And Strange are those of old age and mortality, which are explored in a fascinating way. Luck And Strange includes eight new compositions and a cover of the Montgolfier Brothers' “Between Two Points.”The album also features some incredible musicians, including Guy Pratt and Tom Herbert on bass, Adam Betts, Steve Gadd, and Steve DiStanislao on drums, Rob Gentry and Roger Eno on keyboards, and Will Gardner on string and choral arrangements. The eponymous track also includes recordings by the late Pink Floyd keyboardist Richard Wright, captured during a 2007 improvisation session in David's barn. It's a real treat! Romany Gilmour provides vocals, plays harp, and offers her vocal talents on “Between Two Points.” Gabriel Gilmour also contributes backing vocals.

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The Hollywood Bowl will host a tribute to Jimmy Buffett on October 19th, featuring Paul McCartney, the Eagles, Snoop Dogg, Harrison Ford, Brandi Carlile, Jane Fonda, and numerous other celebrities.

The show, titled Keep the Party Going, is scheduled to take place seven months after the death of the renowned musician, Warren Buffett, from skin cancer in September at the age of 76. He left behind a substantial body of work, encompassing a diverse range of musical genres, including country, pop, folk, rock, and Caribbean music.

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James McCartney and Sean Ono Lennon wrote a song together

Paul McCartney's son and John Lennon's son have teamed up to create an unreleased song called Primrose Hill.Paul McCartney and the late John Lennon, one of pop/rock's most famous songwriting duos, are now seeing their offspring compose together in turn. They've just unveiled Primrose Hill, a song by James McCartney, co-written with his "good friend" Sean Ono Lennon."I'm really excited to share my new song, which I co-wrote with my good friend," said James McCartney on his social networks. With the release of this song, I feel like we're starting the process and I'm excited to continue sharing music with you."McCartney said he was inspired to write the song by a "pleasant summer's day" during a stay in Scotland. He even had a "vision" where he saw "his true love and savior in his mind." He said the song is about "setting that in motion, and finding that person."

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Jeremy Allen White to play Bruce Springsteen in "Nebraska" movie

At the end of March, Deadline reported that Bruce Springsteen's album Nebraska would soon be adapted for the big screen. Entitled Deliver Me From Nowhere and inspired by the book of the same name by Warren Zanes, the film directed by Scott Cooper will bring to life the story of this cult album and the pivotal role it played in the Boss's career. One of the most bankable actors of the moment, Jeremy Allen White, was tipped to play the young Bruce Springsteen. The 33-year-old was still in negotiations until recently.But it's now official: Jeremy Allen White will play The Boss in the film, Deadline has revealed. 20th Century and Disney Studio have also agreed to finance and release the film, which will start shooting this autumn."Warren Zane's 'Deliver Me From Nowhere' is one of the best books ever written about Bruce Springsteen and his music," said Jon Landau, the star's manager (via Variety). Bruce and I are happy that Scott Cooper has chosen to write and direct the film based on this book. We think it's the best book ever written about Bruce Springsteen and his music.

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America - Sister Golden Hair (1975)Bread - The Guitar Man (1972)Eagles - Take It Easy (1972)Jackson Browne - Doctor My Eyes (1972)Gilbert O'Sullivan - Get Down / Why, Oh Why, Oh Why (1973)Gilbert O'Sullivan - Clair (1972)Stevie Wonder - Isn’t She Lovely / Joy Inside My Tears / As (1976)

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