The photo of the moment is of DrFunkenberry and Lenny Kravitz from the "What Do You Worship" event last week in L.A.
Lenny is in full swing promoting the "Hunger Games: Catching Fire" movie but we had time to talk about the music industry and with veteran acts struggling album sales due to iTunes and social media and Steve Jobs place in all that.
Lenny is excited about upcoming music which should be set for release sometime in 2014.-DocFB
Diagnosis: I can't say much at this time but you know we are always rooting for LK.
Adam Lambert attended the "What Do You Worship" art and photo event at Church Boutique last night that was being guest hosted by Lenny Kravitz. Our art friend Mathieu Bitton invited us.
This was my 3rd time meeting Adam and each time I introduce myself, not sure he knows who I am yet. I asked if for us to take a photo with him so I could post on my site for his fans because how dedicated they are to Adam when I post about him.
"I seriously have the best fans. They are so wonderful and amazing. They are just amazing. They are so loyal."-Adam Lambert 11/14/2013
Ever being the Jewish mother as Lenny Kravitz puts it, Ellen keeps trying to hook Lenny up with someone. First Natalie Portman. This time? Ellen's guest DJ Carmen Electra.
Well, it beats random audience members! Lenny played along, but did Carmen as well or she was really into it? Hmm.
We would LOVE to talk about Lenny being in "Hunger Games" but Ellen hasn't uploaded it and we wanted to give Lenny some Love.-DocFB
Diagnosis: Is Ellen's work done? We don't think so! Why? Bro code. Bro code.
Filming for "Little Rootie Tootie" will begin at the start of 2014.
Kravitz will be playing the son of Christopher Walken in the movie. Walken will be playing a veteran musician as his career goes down a horrible path.-DocFB
Diagnosis: The title of the movie is named after the Thelonius Monk song....
We wonder what was discussed between Timbaland, Jay Z, and Lenny Kravitz last night in Paris? A collaboration? Timbaland's divorce? Pictures of Blue Ivy? A spoiler of The Hunger Games Part 2?
Whatever was discussed, Mathieu Bitton caught it on camera last night for our photo of the moment.
Mathieu says the photo was taken at 79-Club Paris around 3 A.M.
We are sure there is more to the story but thank MB for being there and capturing the action!-DocFB
Lenny Kravitz rocked out with Bruno Mars last night in Paris and performed "Are You Gonna Go My Way" with the future Super Bowl Performer!
Lenny performed his classic with Bruno and his band.
Awesome to see these two artists perform together!-DocFB
Diagnosis: Bruno def got props with Lenny performing AYGGMY with his band!-DocFB
Our photo of the moment was taken by Mathieu Bitton of Lenny Kravitz making breakfast.
"Sunday morning coconut mango French toast."-Lenny Kravitz
BTW, "Are You Gonna Go My Way" 20th Anniversary Deluxe Edition" is out NOW!!!!
Diagnosis: My breakfast is usually a hot green tea, cold water, and a diabetic shot to test my blood sugar. Sexy isn't it?
Yes! Lenny Kravitz’s “Are You Gonna Go My Way” Remastered & Deluxe Edition Will Be Released September 24th!
Has it really been 20 years since "Are You Gonna Go My Way" from Lenny Kravitz has been released?
In honor of that, on September 24th there will be a 2 CD and digital edition which will have 20 bonus tracks including 10 previously unreleased recordings from Lenny's personal archive!
From the press release:
Among the new Deluxe Edition's previously unreleased recordings are six demos and outtakes from the Are You Gonna Go My Way album sessions, as well as three early demos Kravitz recorded for Vanessa Paradis' self-titled 1992 album, which he produced. "I May Not Be A Star (Light Piece For Vanessa)" has never been released in any form, while "Travelogue" and "Lonely Rainbows" were finished and recorded by Paradis for the album. A previously unreleased BBC Radio interview is also included, and acoustic versions of "Believe," "Sister," and "Heaven Help" and seven official B-sides are also featured, completing the commemorative reissue of this epic album.
Lenny Kravitz and Gladys Knight recorded a song together for "Lee Daniels The Butler" and it will be featured on the soundtrack to the film!
The photo above is of Gladys Knight & Lenny Kravitz at The Village Recorder studio in Santa Monica, listening back to Ms Knight's freshly recorded vocals on a song for film "Lee Daniels' The Butler" (Weinstein Co.). Photographed by Mathieu Bitton.
For the first time here, the song title is revealed! The song title is "You And I Ain't Nothin No More" written by Lenny Kravitz.
Lenny had this to say exclusively to us regarding recording with Gladys Knight:
"Writing "You And I Ain't Nothin' No More" for "Lee Daniels' The Butler" was an added bonus to my involvement in the film. Moreover, having Gladys Knight sing the song was a musical experience that I will cherish forever. Gladys Knight's performance delivered a haunting soulfulness that brought forth the full emotion of each word." -Lenny Kravitz
Thank you LK and MB! It is appreciated!-DocFB
Diagnosis: We cannot wait to see the film and hear "You And I Ain't Nothin' No More" as well. Exciting times for Lenny!