Filed under: News , New Music Dave M. Benett, Getty Images Mick Jagger , Dave Stewart , Joss Stone , AR Rahman and Damian Marley got together at L.A.'s Jim Henson Studios on Thursday to preview their new SuperHeavy album and talk to a few invited guests about one of the most anticipated records of the fall. The hour-long listening session began with a short documentary showing the band recording at Henson Studios, before the invited guests got a taste of what it sounds like when cultures, genres and generations gather together for a supergroup.
Stevie Nicks Admits Undying Love for Lindsey Buckingham, Dedicates New Album to Fan Who Succumbed to Cancer
Filed under: News , New Music , Exclusive , Spinner Interview , New Releases WBR After Stevie Nicks released 'Trouble in Shangri-La' in 2001, she thought she'd never record another solo album again. The process was tiresome and besides, she still had her longtime band Fleetwood Mac to satisfy her musical creativity. Now, 10 years later, she's back with ' In Your Dreams ' -- a rich, dynamic album co-written and co-produced by Eurythmics guitarist Dave Stewart , and featuring Fleetwood Mac's Mick Fleetwood on drums and ex-boyfriend Lindsey Buckingham on guitar and vocals. From a San Francisco hotel room, on a rare night off from her recent tour with Rod Stewart , Nicks told Spinner about gaining inspiration from a lost friend, how recording this album changed her life and why she and Lindsey are like Bella and Edward from 'Twilight.' On your recent tour with Rod Stewart, was there a friendly rivalry between the two of you
Filed under: News , Exclusive , New Releases Jeff Overs, Getty Images Although it's not been confirmed by the man himself, it appears that Rolling Stones ' guitarist Keith Richards has been working on new material at a New York City studio recently. According to a post Wednesday, April 20 on the Sonic Scoop website (and mentioned on Stones fan site It's Only Rock N Roll ), Richards is working at Germano Studios in Manhattan with producer and drummer Steve Jordan and has "been writing and recording in Studio 1." The post also adds that Dave O'Donnell has been engineering the sessions. There's no word whether the material is for a possible solo project or a Rolling Stones album.