Mick Fleetwood is to host a series of TV specials titled 24 Hours With Mick.
The concept sees the drummer spending a full day with his interviewee, during which they will have one-on-one conversations and partake in activities. Guests will be friends and colleagues of the veteran rocker from the fields of music, entertainment, technology, politics, art, architecture and more, reports Billboard.
What sounded like the roof coming off the house sometime in the early hours of last Sunday morning during what you can only hope was the last of the winter’s great storms woke me with a start, stirring me from a hugely disturbing dream in which I was on Mastermind answering questions in my specialist round on The Vicar of Dibley, Seasons 1-3 (1994-2007).
We have about 24 hours to finish the next issue, and not much longer to complete another Uncut Ultimate Music Guide due in January, so no preamble this week: lots to hear and anticipate below. (Thanks, though, for all your feedback on my Best Of 2013 list; much appreciated, as ever).
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Prince has shared a new track titled 'Da Bourgeoisie' on Twitter.
The singer posted a free download link to the song on his @3RDEYEGIRL account in the early hours of this morning (November 18). You can download and listen to the song by clicking here.
Amnesty International has announced the release of a major box set featuring live performances from artists including Radiohead, Bruce Springsteen and Jimmy Page and Robert Plant.
Titled ¡Released!, the six-disc DVD and two-disc CD box set will feature 12 hours of concert footage shot at Human Rights shows between 1986 and 1998 plus five hours of bonus material including interviews with Springsteen and Sting and a never-before-seen Peter Gabriel tour video.
A website has been launched for 20,000 Days On Earth, the fictional film charting 24 hours in the life of Nick Cave.
The film, directed by multi-media artists Iain Forsyth and Jane Pollard, features cameos from Ray Winstone and Kylie Minogue, is due for release in Spring 2014.
The website contains teaser footage from the film.
At some point on Sunday night, it seems as if quite a few restless people watching the BBC’s Glastonbury coverage started Googling “threw”, “bottle” and “Mumford & Sons”. For the past 36 hours, the most popular page on uncut.co.uk has been an old news story from 2010, in which The Fall’s Mark E Smith articulated his dislike for Mumford & Sons, mistook them for “a load of retarded Irish folk singers," and claimed he threw a bottle at them during a festival in Ireland.
Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band played their Born In The USA album in full during their show at London's Hard Rock Calling last night (June 30).
After an afternoon which had seen sets from Alabama Shakes and the Black Crowes, Springsteen and the E Street Band took the stage at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park at 7pm. They played for three hours, including Born In The USA - which they had also played in full the previous night at the Stade de France in Paris.