Billy Joel rules New York. Prince has got a lock on Minnesota. But who takes hold of Washington? Hint, it’s someone who’s not nearly as cool as Nirvana.
It seems these two are in talks to record a duet and we have a few suggestions including a standard, a country song and something you probably would never expect the pair to sing together.
The song was originally recorded by Elvis in July 1954 at the same time he recorded “That’s All Right.” “I Love You Because” was included on the King’s debut release, the 1956 album ‘Elvis Presley,’ but he rarely performed the song.
The singer brings his ‘Beyond The Sun’ tour to the comfort of your home with his latest release.
James Rock, the man behind Musion Systems, which was the company that caused quite a stir earlier this year when they helped create the hologram of Tupac Shakur that appeared at Cochella, has said that he doesn’t believe holograms will ever “replace live performances.”
The hologram trend started with a deceased rap star and now it’s getting a visit from The King. Digital Domain Media Group, who created a shockingly realistic Tupac Shakur hologram for a Coachella “performance” back […]
The auction house that sold Michael Jackson’s death bed will now auction off another music king’s resting place.
Many were buzzing when a hologram version of deceased rapper Tupac Shakur took the stage at Coachella, an annual music festival in California. Now the maker of that hologram says he would like to bring […]
Legend has it in 1940 in Tuscon, Arizona, [lastfm link_type="artist_info"]Irving Berlin[/lastfm] told his secretary to “grab your pen and take down this song. I just wrote the best song I’ve ever written – heck, I just […]
Whilst a lot of the detractors for Christmas music bemoan its relentless cheer, there’s at least one festive classic that takes a different spin on things. First recorded in 1948, “Blue Christmas” is now a […]