Monday, August 22, 2016

Empire of the Sun "Two Vines" Album feat. contribution from Lindsey Buckingham

Empire of the Sun Recruit Lindsey Buckingham for New LP

Fleetwood Mac guitarist, Wendy Melvoin of Prince's Revolution group featured on electro-pop duo's third album 'Two Vines'

Empire of the Sun will release their third studio album, Two Vines, on October 28th via Astralwerks. The album, which follows 2013's Ice on the Dune, features contributions from Fleetwood Mac singer-guitarist Lindsey Buckingham, Wendy Melvoin (from Prince's Revolution band), and David Bowie collaborators Henry Hey (piano) and Tim Lefebvre (bass). The group will release its first single "High and Low" on Wednesday. 

Full article at Rollingstone

Monday, August 08, 2016

Pre-order "Roadies" Soundtrack, receive instant download of Lindsey Buckingham's "Big Love" (Live)

Featuring some of the best in music, the Roadies Official Soundtrack album (“Music From the

SHOWTIME Original Series”) is ready for pre-order.

The pre-order unlocks instant downloads of the previously released tracks Lindsey Buckingham’s “Big Love” (Live), Reignwolf’s “Are You Satisfied?” (Live), My Morning Jacket’s “The First Time” (Studio Recording), Lucius’ “Born Again Teen” (Live), “Longest Days” (Live) by John Mellencamp and, starting today “Feeling Ok (Live), by Best Coast.

It arrives in stores everywhere and online Friday August 26, but make sure to pre-order it HERE first! 

1. I Wish I Was Sober (Roadies Remix) – Frightened Rabbit ft. Mike McCready
2. Are You Satisfied? (Live) – Reignwolf
3. Big Love (Live) – Lindsey Buckingham
4. The First Time – My Morning Jacket
5. Born Again Teen (Live) – Lucius
6. Longest Days (Live) – John Mellencamp
7. Feeling OK (Live) – Best Coast
8. Simple Man (Live) – Machine Gun Kelly
9. You Don’t Get Me High Anymore (Live) – Phantogram
10. All We Ever Knew (Live Soundcheck) – The Head And The Heart
11. They Are All In Love (Live) – Jim James
12. Sayonara Judge (Live) – Robyn Hitchcock
13. Willin’ (Live) – Jackson Browne & Lucius ft. Greg Leisz
14. A Little Crazy (Live) – Nicole Atkins
15. The Healing (Live) – Gary Clark Jr.
16. Man of the Hour (Live) – Eddie Vedder

Republic Records

Sheryl Crow's new album includes Stevie Nicks collaboration

Although she's given up touring for the time being, she's currently working on a new album with collaborators Keith Richards, Willie Nelson, Stevie Nicks and others.

Sheryl said: 'A year ago I told my kids I wasn't touring anymore. I had been touring since 1987. The kids have been all over the world. They were so mad when I told them no more.

'It's been good for me to just be bored and creative, to be present. In the meantime, I've made a record with friends, hopefully out in the beginning of next year: Stevie Nicks, Willie Nelson...'

Full article at Daily Mail

Wednesday, August 03, 2016

Mick Fleetwood Interview... Talks Maui Gallery, Future of Fleetwood Mac and New Music


As far as Fleetwood Mac is concerned, you guys wrapped up a world tour – your first in more than a decade with Christine McVie back in the fold – a little less than a year ago. What does the future hold for the band?

Well, we're all dedicated to getting together about a year or so from now and going and doing another two years of touring all over the world, probably. And we also have a huge amount of recorded music. A huge amount. None of it's with Stevie. Or very little. Some of it is very, very old stuff that Lindsey maybe did with her years and years ago. We're not quite sure what will happen with it. But you know, doing this band is a huge investment. We're only off the road for less than a year, and when you add in the time it takes to put a tour together, do rehearsals, get it up and running, the whole thing, it's three years that you don't do anything else. And Stevie has her own life and career and I think … you know, she just doesn't want to spend the time right now. And we're quietly saddened about that but also I sort of understand.

Do you think there will be a new record?

I really don't know. The hope was that there was going to be. I do know that when Christine came back, she came back with a bag full of goods. She fucking wrote up a storm. She and Lindsey could probably have a mighty strong duet album if they want. In truth I hope it will come to more than that.

So nothing's planned ... but it could happen.

There's always a "could happen" [laughs]. But one thing that's for sure — there really are dozens of songs. And they're really good. And so you think, "Shit, I don't want it to be that, decades later, when we're all pushing up daisies, someone hears this stuff and goes, 'Well, that should have come out!'" So we'll see.

Full interview by Richard Bienstock at Rollingstone