Muse play intimate War Child gig, Robert Plant hints at Led Zep reunion, Phoenix return, Jay-Z & Timberlake set for 'Olympic' shows... Music News Daily
Tuesday, 19 February
Muse played an intimate gig for War Child last night. The trio headlined at London's O2 Shepherds Bush Empire, performing a career spanning set ahead of their appearance at the Brit Awards on Wednesday. The Vaccines, also played the annual charity gig, opening the show with a 30 minute set.
Jay-Z and Justin Timberlake will headline this year's Wireless Festival which is taking place at the Olympic Park in London for the first time. The singer is on a bill with Frank Ocean on 12 July, While Jay-Z headlines the next night. Tickets go on sale this Friday at 9am (GMT).
Listen to Entertainment, the opening track from Phoenix's forthcoming album Bankrupt! (out 22 April). It's their first release in three years...
Robert Plant has hinted he would be open to another Led Zeppelin reunion, suggesting "I've got nothing to do in 2014".
The Staples Centre in Los Angeles will go vegetarian for Morrissey. The former Smith is due to play the venue on 1 March and has insisted no meat be sold on the premises.
Here's 2013, the opening track from Primal Scream's new album More Light (released 6 May). The track features sometime band member and My Bloody Valentine leader Kevin Shields.
Just a reminder you can send Nick Cave a question via Twitter, today. Send your enquiry to him in advance using the #asknickcave hastag and he'll be answering the best from 5pm (GMT).
Stream Atoms For Peace's new album AMOK.
Michael Jackson's 16 year-old son Prince Michael has joined Entertainment Tonight as a reporter.
Villagers have shot this clip for next single The Bell (out 8 April).
Record industry bigwig Clive Davis is to publish a memoir. The executive, who will talk about working with the likes of Bruce Springsteen and Whitney Houston, has also come out in book, openly discussing his "bisexual life".
Tony Sheridan, one of the early champions of The Beatles who was responsible for the band's first professional recordings in 1961 has died aged 72. The singer-songwriter used the then unknown Fab Four has his backing band while performing in Hamburg nightclubs in the early 1960s.
Watch the video for Charlie Boyer & The Voyeurs' new single Things We Be (out 25 March).
Based on data gleamed from what its users are searching, music tagging service Shazam is predicting Emeli Sande and Calvin Harris will be among the winners at this year's Brits. The ceremony takes place on Wednesday.
Today's Track Of The Day is Loom with I Get A Taste
That's it for today. Music News Daily returns tomorrow at lunchtime.
12:00 PM | 19/02/2013
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