Nile Rodgers Calls ‘Get Lucky’ The Most ‘Influential’ Song of His Career, Looks Ahead to Avicii & Adam Lambert Collab
Now that he’s co-written Daft Punk’s current smash, “Get Lucky,” Nile Rodgers is more in-demand than ever. Rodgers sat down with us yesterday to talk about the state of the music industry, and how his Daft Punk collaboration could be the most important track of his illustrious career.
The singer got inventive when it came to announcing her new album, Prism which drops October 22. Instead of putting out a formal press release, she got a truck to do the talking.
“After careful consideration, I have made the decision to respectfully part ways with RCA. My passion for the music & respect for the fans will always come first,” he said.
Adam Lambert is now officially a Gleek. The star confirmed yesterday (July 10) that he would be joining the cast of Glee next season.
A number of musicians were quick to respond on Twitter with their support for the ruling in support of gay marriage. More to come, we imagine, as the West Coast wakes up and sees the big news.
“Bones” singer Ginny Blackmore’s ability to get at the honest emotions so many people feel when they’re in a failing relationship, seems to have won her more than a few new fans.
Here’s a few former Idols that could prove beneficial for Idol in the long run.
Everyone from Kelly Clarkson to Richard Marx to Josh Groban was giving their critiques of the night’s highs and lows.
Turns out, the two guys kind of feel the same about the film’s vocal performances.
“I think Kelly Clarkson really proved herself to be a career-long artist. She really handled her early work with grace and still stays relevant and works with great people and gets songs consistently out there.”