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B16 said in 22 Gennaio, 2010 at 14:44

Radiohead per Haiti, live show speciale…

Radiohead have announced they will play a one-off gig for Oxfam’s Haiti earthquake emergency response appeal this weekend.

The band will auction tickets for the Los Angeles show at The Music Box Theatre At The Fonda which takes place on Sunday (January 24) night.

The auction is taking place now at Ticketmaster, and runs until 11am (PST) tomorrow (January 23).

Speaking about the one-off show, Radiohead declared: “We’re in the middle of recording at the moment, so you’ll be catching us on the fly, but if you’re up for it, then we are too.”

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B16 said in 22 Gennaio, 2010 at 14:44

e per la gioia di Buzz…

The White Stripes are set to release their first ever official live album.

The band will release the 16-song record on CD and vinyl on March 15 to accompany the regular DVD release of Canadian tour documentary Under Great White Northern Lights.

Following its deluxe release last year, the Emmett Malloy-directed film will be released on DVD on the same day.

The duo’s first live album draws on recordings taken from the same 2007 tour as the documentary, which say Jack and Meg White play across Canada.

The album’s tracklisting is as follows:

‘Let’s Shake Hands’
‘Black Math’
‘Little Ghost’
‘Blue Orchid’
‘The Union Forever’
‘Ball And Biscuit’
‘Icky Thump’
‘I’m Slowly Turning Into You’
‘Jolene’
‘300 MPH Torrential Outpour Blues’
‘We Are Going to Be Friends’
‘I Just Don’t Know What To Do With Myself’
‘Prickly Thorn, But Sweetly Worn’
‘Fell In Love With A Girl’
‘When I Hear My Name’
‘Seven Nation Army’

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B16 said in 22 Gennaio, 2010 at 14:55

e infine rockin ronnie wood…

While The Rolling Stones have announced there are no plans to hit the road in 2010, Ronnie, 62, is still anxious to revive his musical career and play live again, we hear.

The veteran star has recently been better known for his ill-fated rela-tionship with 21-year-old Russian Katia Ivanova, who proved unpop-ular last week by being the first housemate to be evicted on reality show Celebrity Big Brother, but pals say he’s keen to get back to doing “what he does best”.

“Ronnie was banking on the Stones getting back together but while that’s off the agenda for now he’s still determined to start performing live again in the very near future,” says a friend of the shaggy-haired rocker.

Ronnie has been a professional musician ever since joining The Birds in 1964. He went on to play in The Faces, The Jeff Beck Group and The Creation, along with the Stones.

“He will have no trouble putting a band together,” adds the pal. “He knows his music has been overshadowed by his personal life and he wants to get back on track. Ronnie is a musician first and foremost and touring is in his blood.”

Wood, who has battled alcoholism with seven trips to rehab, split from wife Jo, 54, in 2008 after more than 20 years together.

Last December he received a police caution after a bust-up with Katia, for whom he left Jo. There have been concerns he may be in no fit physical state to tour and Stones frontman Sir Mick Jagger is among those known to have been offering his support.

However Ronnie shows little sign of calming down. Recently he was spotted with another young Russian beauty,Hannah Kamelmacher, at the PokerStars.com Masters snooker tournament at Wembley Arena last week and was back at the event on Sunday with another mystery woman.

express.co.uk

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B16 said in 22 Gennaio, 2010 at 14:57

Rockin Ronnie Wood…on tour 2010?

While The Rolling Stones have announced there are no plans to hit the road in 2010, Ronnie, 62, is still anxious to revive his musical career and play live again, we hear.

The veteran star has recently been better known for his ill-fated rela-tionship with 21-year-old Russian Katia Ivanova, who proved unpop-ular last week by being the first housemate to be evicted on reality show Celebrity Big Brother, but pals say he’s keen to get back to doing “what he does best”.

“Ronnie was banking on the Stones getting back together but while that’s off the agenda for now he’s still determined to start performing live again in the very near future,” says a friend of the shaggy-haired rocker.

Ronnie has been a professional musician ever since joining The Birds in 1964. He went on to play in The Faces, The Jeff Beck Group and The Creation, along with the Stones.

“He will have no trouble putting a band together,” adds the pal. “He knows his music has been overshadowed by his personal life and he wants to get back on track. Ronnie is a musician first and foremost and touring is in his blood.”

Wood, who has battled alcoholism with seven trips to rehab, split from wife Jo, 54, in 2008 after more than 20 years together.

Last December he received a police caution after a bust-up with Katia, for whom he left Jo. There have been concerns he may be in no fit physical state to tour and Stones frontman Sir Mick Jagger is among those known to have been offering his support.

However Ronnie shows little sign of calming down. Recently he was spotted with another young Russian beauty,Hannah Kamelmacher, at the PokerStars.com Masters snooker tournament at Wembley Arena last week and was back at the event on Sunday with another mystery woman.

express.co.uk

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buzzandmusic said in 22 Gennaio, 2010 at 18:28

yeah Radiohead and Jack White thanks b16 !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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