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Dion’s friends on ‘Blues With Friends’ include Billy Gibbons, Paul Simon, Bruce Springsteen and Van Morrison but there is one name on the album who actually doesn’t sing one note. Bob Dylan wrote the liner notes.July 26, 2020
Rock and Roll legend Dion knew Sam Cooke in the 1950s. After Sam died he wrote a song about him and didn’t revisit it until recently, more than 50 years later. To complete the song he called on his friend Paul Simon. The result is ‘Song for Sam Cooke (Here In America’ on Dion’s new ‘Blues With Friends’ album.July 23, 2020
Joe Porcaro, a one-time musician for Rosemary Clooney, has died at age 90.July 8, 2020
Ennio Morricone, one of the world’s most famous soundtrack composers, has died at the age of 91.July 6, 2020
Cliff Richard is hoping his version of wartime anthem We'll Meet Again with Dame Vera Lynn will finally get a release following the beloved singer's death this week.June 22, 2020
With the passing of Little Richard Noise11 has dug into the history to plot Richard’s chart success.May 10, 2020
Little Richard was no overnight sensation. Richard Penniman had been performing since 1947 at the age of 14. It was Sister Rosetta Tharpe who heard him cover one of her songs and invited him to open for one of her shows.May 10, 2020