Friday, 28 August 2009

Newsbite

There has been lots going on this week, what with the end of V Fetival and Oasis' most disappointing no-show due to illness. A few mild mannered covers were never going to make up for the Manchester band's absence and has led to questions over their future which have seemingly be hushed with Liam's sister-in-law,
Nicole Appleton, claiming "Oasis will die before they split up."

Bob Dylan has finally revealed he will release a Christmas album called 'Christmas In The Heart' with the proceeds charity Feed America.
The singer songwriter also revealed he may become the voice for a Sat Nav on his BBC radio show.

Beardo bluesman Seasick Steve has announced that his follow up to 2008's 'Started Out With Nothin And I Still Got Most Of It Left' on October 19. 'Man From Another Time' is recorded in the same fashion as his previous record and produced in analogue rather than your typical up-to-date digital sounds.

Linkin Park, Mark Ronson and Justin Timberlake are all set to feature on a new Kings of Leon remix album with songs spanning their career.

Them Crooked Vultures made their much anticipated live UK debut on August 26 supporting Arctic Monkeys at London's O2 Academy playing tunes such as 'Elephant' and 'Nobody Love Me And Neither Do I'.

Former Arctic Monkey, Andy Nicholson, has joined ex Milburn member Joe Carnall's Joe Carnall and the Bookclub along with other ex Milburn members Louis Carnall and Tom Green.
AND....

Despite the many ridiculous arguments for and against, it looks like flags won't be banned from Glastonbury next year....

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