peermusic Italy's Raphael Gualazzi came in at #2 out 25
finalists with his song "Madness Of Love".
2011 is proving to be a big year for Keywest. Fresh from a
fantastic set at Oxegen, the Dublin-based five-piece have just put
pen to paper on a massive deal with Peermusic, the world's largest
independent music publishing company, and MAN Entertainment.
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On December 3, PBS will premiere Buddy Holly: Listen To Me/The
Ultimate Buddy Party featuring performances by Stevie Nicks, Chris
Isaak, Lyle Lovett, Graham Nash, Raul Malo, Paul Anka, Boz Scaggs
and several others at the 75th birthday concert taped last month at
the Music Box in Hollywood.
If it wasn't for a fallout with his record label, Donovan could have changed the face of pop with Sunshine Superman. So why is he revisiting the album after 40 years?
In December 1966, a single called "Sunshine Superman" shot up to number two in the British charts. It sounded unlike anything pop fans had heard before – a cacophony of oddly matched and seldom-heard instruments, predominantly a harpsichord and a sitar, plinking away over a backbeat of conga drums.
Backstage at London’s Royal Albert Hall last night, as the psychedelic folk-rock legend Donovan prepared to go on stage, a woman wheeled a harp hurriedly through a corridor, a Buddhist monk in flowing robes pressed fake pearls into the hands of passing strangers and a security radio crackled to life. “When Jimmy goes on,” said a concerned-sounding male voice to nobody in particular, “it’s going to be very, very loud, okay?”