Jimi Hendrix & Miles Davis invited Macca to be in their band, New Order releasing live LP, Lauryn Hill playing pre-jail gig... Music News Daily
Monday, 13 May
Jimi Hendrix and Miles Davis sent Paul McCartney a telegram in 1969 suggesting he come "in to play bass" on a joint album they were planning to make before the guitarist's death the following year.
Katy Perry joined The Rolling Stones onstage in Las Vegas on Saturday to perform Beast Of Burden with Mick and co. Watch fan footage.
Paramore have announced a UK arena tour. The band will kick off dates at Manchester's MEN on 20 September. Tickets go on sale this Friday.
Here's astronaut Chris Hadfield's cover of David Bowie's Space Oddity... in space, well onboard the International Space Station.
New Order are releasing a their 2012 Bestival set as a live album on 8 July. Proceeds from the CD will go to the Isle Of Wight Youth Trust.
Listen to new Katy B track, What Love Is Made Of.
Lauryn Hill might be going to prison for not paying her taxes on time later this summer, but it's not stopping her working. She's announced a last minute show at Brooklyn's Music Hall Of Williamsburg tomorrow night. Tickets are fairly pricey and there's 200 VIP meet and greet packages available too... something to help with those back taxes perhaps?
Listen to a Queens Of The Stone Age new track, Keep Your Eyes Peeled, recorded in session. (via Consequenceofsound.net )
Justin Bieber has made a cameo in The Simpsons. "He tries to get into a talent show where Bart is playing piano," producer Al Jean explained. "It's just a cameo. This sentence is longer than his appearance."
Listen to a rare radio interview with Daft Punk.
Blur's Dave Rowntree, who works as a solicitor full time, has attacked the government's proposals legal aid reform. "Justice for one should be justice for all, regardless of means," explained the drummer who previously stood in London as a parliamentary candidate for Labour. "As far as I can see these plans spell disaster."
Here's the latest All Back No Front new music podcast, featuring an interview with Parquet Courts, plus new songs from Goat, Eleanor Friedberger, Hookworms and more.
Daft Punk's Get Lucky remains top of the UK singles chart, while Dutch Jazz singer Caro Emerald has her first Number 1 album.
A film about late comedian Chris Sievey, member of post punk band The Freshies, though better known as Frank Sidebottom, is being made. Fans can pledge funds to help make. the documentary.
Today's Track Of The Day is Glass Animals with Black Mambo
That's it for today. Music News Daily returns tomorrow at lunchtime.
12:00 PM | 13/05/2013
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