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On 27 February 1997, Prince granted a rare interview to the deputy editor of Top of the Pops magazine before appearing on the show. However, the finished article was deemed too candid to print in full.
Joel McIver’s obituary of the American singer and songwriter Maurice White mentions his early work as a session drummer for Chess Records on tracks such as Rescue Me by Fontella Bass. However, perhaps
In his new memoir, Sweet Dreams Are Made of This, Dave Stewart details his inebriated antics with Stevie Nicks, Tom Petty, Elton John, Bob Dylan and just about anyone else a Grammy nominating committee
On last year's Abyss, Chelsea Wolfe explicitly rendered the metallic tendencies that have always existed just below the surface of her music. Wolfe's soulful howl found its bite in gigantic riffs and volume
He was one of the planet’s biggest stars, selling 100ms of records. He talks about the madness of fame, that threat to leave the UK and whether he really dumped his wife by fax In 2000, Phil Collins developed