Nick Cave will participate in a Q&A and a live performance at London's Barbican Hall on September 17.
The event will include a gala preview of the Nick Cave film, 20,000 Days On Earth.
The screening will be followed by a unique 60-minute live experience that includes a live performance with Nick Cave, Warren Ellis and Barry Adamson and a Q&A with the creative team behind the film including directors Iain Forsyth & Jane Pollard and special guests.
The event will be broadcast live by satellite to 150 UK cinemas.
Bob Dylan, Brian Wilson and Roger Daltrey are among the artists contributing to a Paul McCartney tribute album.
The Art Of McCartney features 32 artists who have recorded their covers with McCartney’s own backing musicians.
The line-up includes Bob Dylan, Brian Wilson, Billy Joel, Steve Miller Band, Jeff Lynne, Willie Nelson, Barry Gibb, Roger Daltrey, Jamie Cullum and Corinne Bailey Rae.
Stephen Stills has formed a new group, The Rides.
Playing alongside guitarist Kenny Wayne Shepherd and Electric Flag keyboardist Barry Goldberg, The Rides are due to release their debut album, Can't Get Enough, on August 26 through Provogue Records.
The 10-track album has been produced by former Talking Head, Jerry Harrison.
The line up on Can't Get Enough is augmented by Chris Layton, Shepherd’s drummer, and CSN bassist, Kevin McCormick.
Scroll down to watch Stills, Goldberg and Shepherd discuss the album.
Paris, 1968. On the set of a nondescript film called Slogan, 22 year old English actress Jane Birkin finds herself playing the love interest of a washed-up advertising executive undergoing a midlife crisis. In real life, Birkin’s three year marriage to Bond-theme composer John Barry is falling apart. She embarks on an affair with her leading man, a French pop star called Serge Gainsbourg, ushering in a year he would later call “un année erotique”, during which the duo would record a hit single, “Je T’aime… Moi Non Plus”, banned by the BBC for its suggestive sexuality.