Sugababes stars Siobhán Donaghy, Keisha Buchanan and Mutya Buena are headlining a concert at a secret London location amid an incredible comeback that has already included Glastonbury and supporting Take That
Denny Laine, who has died aged 79, was a singer and guitarist with the Moody Blues before spending the 1970s with Wings, Paul McCartney’s post-Beatles outfit; he featured prominently on two chart-toppers, singing lead vocals on the Moodys’ first big hit, Go Now!, and going on to co-write Wings’ Mull of Kintyre, which outsold all The Beatles’ singles.
Singer-songwriter Enrique Iglesias and music rights platform Influence Media Partners have announced a new major partnership deal spanning his professional career along with name, image, and likeness rights to expand future licensing opportunities. The deal includes his pre-2021 masters (released by Universal and independents); Bloomberg reports that the deal, which is the first name-image-likeness deal …
Denny Laine, a British singer, songwriter and guitarist who performed in an early, pop-oriented version of the Moody Blues and was later Paul McCartney's longtime sideman in the ex-Beatle's solo band Wings, has died at age 79. Laine, inducted five years ago into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as a member of the Moody Blues, died Tuesday in Naples, Florida. The cause was interstitial lung disease, according to an announcement on Laine's Instagram page by his wife, Elizabeth Hines.
IN FOCUS: Every family is bound together by its own unique festive rituals, and for Helen Brown and her kids, one of those is an old, little-known Christmas album by Hootie and the Blowfish. No wonder Cher is getting into the crowded yuletide music parade, where performers have their songs put on each year like Christmas jumpers