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7Mar
2013
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Elvis Costello Covers Unreleased PRINCE Song “Moonbeam Levels” For Tribute

Elvis Costello & Princess  Photo: Griffin Lotz for RollingStone.com

Tonight in New York City, there will be a tribute to PRINCE at Carnegie Hall with Questlove, D'Angelo, fDeluxe, Maya Rudolph, Wendy Melvoin, Blind Boys Of Alabama and others. Last night, they had a rehearsal where Elvis Costello covered "Moonbeam Levels", an unreleased song by the icon.

Elvis Costello was joined by Princess with Maya Rudolph. Ahh. Um. Yea.

Fred Armisen, Members of Deluxe, Maya Rudolph's Princess and the Roots perform at City Winery in New York during the open rehearsal for the Prince tribute concert. Griffin Lotz for RollingStone.com

Thoughts?-DocFB

Diagnosis: Yesterday I tried to write a novel.....

30Apr
2009
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Update: Beastie Boys Among The Long List Of Talent To Perform For Austin City Limits

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The Beastie Boys, is only one of the many talented group/artists  that will play At The Austin City Limits Festival.  150-Bands will grace the festival and I'm sure this will be too hot to forget.  Among the talent that is scheduled to perform is of course, The Beastie Boys, Pearl Jam, Sonic Youth, Elvis Costello, Lily Allen,  Jack White's new band The Death Weather, and The Dave Matthews Band.

The Three day festival will take place in Zilker Park, in Austin from October 2nd through the 4th.

11Dec
2008
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Warner Bros. Records Celebrates 50th Anniversary

Warner Bros. is celebrating it's 50th Anniversary with this video montage of the amazing artists who have worked for the WB.

With the way the Internet has changed the music game, it will be a miracle if they make it to see a 60th Anniversary. (So, ahem, can they get the master's back before then?)

Who was the first artist to kick off the video montage of Warner's greatest artists? Watch and find out, but you really shouldn't be surprised.

Blink and you'll miss Madonna. Hehe.-Dr.FB

Update: as of 12/22/02, Warner Bros. have removed ALL videos from youtube.  It was the label's decision and not one particular artist.-Dr.FB