Certainly no stretch to have Rodgers on the song, given his checkered past with the band.
“We’re going into the studio out on [Long] Island. We have the studio booked, we’re ready to go.”
Duran Duran and Nile Rodgers: together again.
Moroder recently set a date at the famed Hollywood Bowl with fellow Daft Punk collaborator Nile Rodgers and his legendary dance outfit, Chic.
“The Night That Changed America: A GRAMMY Salute To The Beatles” airs on CBS Feb. 9 at 8 p.m. ET.
Check out the footage of the U2 singer going in on what Nile Rodgers called the “most influential song of his career.”
The song is taken from Avicii’s highly anticipated debut artist album, ‘True,’ which is set for release on Sept. 17.
Rodgers composed all the music for the film, including the traditional African pieces, Paula Abdul’s dance number and possibly the most memorable of them all, the jingle for “Soul Glo.”
Taking the stage just after 7 p.m., McCartney launched into a nearly 3-hour set heavy on hits from the Beatles and McCartney’s ’70s band Wings, like a pyrotechnics-packed rendition of “Live and Let Die.”
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.