The Prince Estate and Warner Bros. Records have jointly released Prince’s original unreleased track “Nothing Compares 2 U”. This version of the song was originally recorded back in 1984 but was never officially released. This unheard previously unreleased track is the original version of 1984 recording. It’s written, produced, and arranged by the legendary Prince. […]
Prince Estate has announced recently that the upcoming event Prince: Live on the Big Screen will include some unreleased material to honor Prince, who died in 2016. The event will take place at the Target Center in Minneapolis on April 21. During the event, fans will be able to see audio and video of remastered […]
The late funk legend Prince’s long-time collaborator Sheila E. announced that Paisley Park Estate will be converted to a museum in the honor of Prince. This estate was once used by Prince to manage recording sessions and to throw parties to his friends. This estate has also been used for concerts in the past. According […]
Prince has released a new track before his concert in Maryland city. This new track, titled “Baltimore”, is a kind of a re-write of his original Black Lives Matter. The song talks about justice and peace and connects both so that one isn’t possible without the other. The amazing guitar solo along with voices of […]
Prince performed on Saturday Night Live (SNL) last night but this was no ordinary performance. We all know what Prince is capable of, especially with the kind of music he did in the late eighties. Ever since he has been pushing the limits and coming up with awesome music for everyone to listen and enjoy. […]
Who remembers David Sneddon? David won the BBC’s talent show Fame Academy, a pre-cursor to X-Factor, in 2002. His subsequent debut single went straight to number 1, and then he kind of vanished. So what happened? You might put it down to the possibility that perhaps he wasn’t that talented, or the show itself was […]
And so the Glastonbury rumour mill rolls on!
Prince has been heavily linked with a headline slot at this years Worthy Farm festival, what with his numerous shows in London and Manchester recently, but that has all been shot down by organiser Emily Eavis today in an interview with 6Music. Speaking to the radio station about whether they had booked Prince, Eavis said:
“He’s someone that will be amazing one day, he’s somebody that we haven’t had, and we would love to have him at Glastonbury. But no, no we haven’t.”
Leicester rock favourites Kasabian are reportedly set to be announced as a headliner for this years Glastonbury festival, as bookies William Hill have suspended betting on it.
The rumours about Kasabian headlining go back to a while, but today is the first ‘concrete’ suggestion that they are definitely playing the Worthy Farm festival in June.
Speaking to NME earlier today, William Hill spokesman Joe Crilly said:
It seems that all Kasabian need to do is sign on the dotted line and they will be playing one of the most iconic sets in the world.
As you’re probably aware, US pop legend Prince is currently in the middle of a string of gigs in London – but according to The Mirror, that’s not all he’s been up too while in the capital.
The tabloid has been speaking to ‘sources’ who claim that Prince has signed up to headline Glastonbury while he’s been in London, with festival organiser Michael Eavis personally meeting the star to thrash out a deal. Here’s what the ‘source’ said about the meeting: Read more about Prince Glastonbury rumours gather pace – star apparently set for headline slot …
You’ve probably heard the rumours by now about US funk-pop oddball legend Prince being on the verge of announcing a huge UK tour for 2014. If not you can read the full story over at The Mirror, the jist of it being they reached out to Prince’s people who confirmed (in capital letters for emphasis) […]