Phil Collins Calls Adele A 'Slippery Little Fish' After Being Bumped Off Album

Phil Collins is not happy after Adele bumped him from her album after asking him to work with her. Collins confirmed in January that he was working with the singer, but the collaboration will not be happening apparently, as Collins says Adele hasn't responded to his messages. "She got hold of me and asked if I would write with her. She gave me a piece of music to finish," he said.

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Phil Collins Calls Adele A 'Slippery Little Fish' After Being Bumped Off Album

Phil Collins is not happy after Adele bumped him from her album after asking him to work with her. Collins confirmed in January that he was working with the singer, but the collaboration will not be happening apparently, as Collins says Adele hasn't responded to his messages. "She got hold of me and asked if I would write with her. She gave me a piece of music to finish," he said.

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Bob Dylan To Release New Album In 2015

Bob Dylan is releasing a new album titled Shadows in the Night in 2015. Earlier this year, Dylan released a cover of the 1945 Frank Sinatra track "Full Moon and Empty Arms," which a rep for the singer says will be on the LP. The album, according to Rolling Stone, will be a covers effort, Dylan's first non-Christmas covers disc since 1993's World Gone Wrong.

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Bob Dylan To Release New Album In 2015

Bob Dylan is releasing a new album titled Shadows in the Night in 2015. Earlier this year, Dylan released a cover of the 1945 Frank Sinatra track "Full Moon and Empty Arms," which a rep for the singer says will be on the LP. The album, according to Rolling Stone, will be a covers effort, Dylan's first non-Christmas covers disc since 1993's World Gone Wrong.

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Sting's The Last Ship Needs To Sell More Tickets

Sting's Broadway musical The Last Ship is performing poorly at the box office, according to new reports. According to the New York Post, the show, which opened October 26, already has a cash-flow problem, taking in only $100,000 per night, considerably less than the $250,000-$350,000 that successful shows need to take in.

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Sting's The Last Ship Needs To Sell More Tickets

Sting's Broadway musical The Last Ship is performing poorly at the box office, according to new reports. According to the New York Post, the show, which opened October 26, already has a cash-flow problem, taking in only $100,000 per night, considerably less than the $250,000-$350,000 that successful shows need to take in.

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Ray Davies Says If The Kinks Came Out Today They 'Wouldn't Even Get On TV'

Ray Davies is surely happy that the Kinks came out when they did because he thinks if they came out today, they wouldn't even get on TV. "Nowadays the Kinks wouldn't even get on TV," Davies told the Telegraph.

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Ray Davies Says If The Kinks Came Out Today They 'Wouldn't Even Get On TV'

Ray Davies is surely happy that the Kinks came out when they did because he thinks if they came out today, they wouldn't even get on TV. "Nowadays the Kinks wouldn't even get on TV," Davies told the Telegraph.

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Tony Iommi Composes Music For CSI

Black Sabbath guitarist Tony Iommi has revealed that he has written a new piece of music that will appear in an upcoming episode of CSI. "People have been asking what exactly I'm doing at the moment, well, I'm getting back in the studio having tried to make myself rest after the tours," Iommi told fans in an October 29 Facebook post. "I'm writing . . ."

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Tony Iommi Composes Music For CSI

Black Sabbath guitarist Tony Iommi has revealed that he has written a new piece of music that will appear in an upcoming episode of CSI. "People have been asking what exactly I'm doing at the moment, well, I'm getting back in the studio having tried to make myself rest after the tours," Iommi told fans in an October 29 Facebook post. "I'm writing . . ."

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Paul McCartney And Michelle Obama Recruited By Pitbull For New Reality Show

Pitbull has tapped Paul McCartney and first lady Michelle Obama for a television show called The Real Change Project. The program sees Pit interviewing celebs and other public figures, along with live performances. According to the Guardian, others set to sit with Pit include Lady Gaga, Tony Bennett and basketball player Kobe Bryant.

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Paul McCartney And Michelle Obama Recruited By Pitbull For New Reality Show

Pitbull has tapped Paul McCartney and first lady Michelle Obama for a television show called The Real Change Project. The program sees Pit interviewing celebs and other public figures, along with live performances. According to the Guardian, others set to sit with Pit include Lady Gaga, Tony Bennett and basketball player Kobe Bryant.

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San Antonio Plans $100 Million Museum Named After Phil Collins

San Antonio has announced plans for a $100 million museum of Alamo artifacts named in honor of Phil Collins. Work is scheduled to begin shortly on the museum, which will stand in honor of Collins' world-renowned collection of Alamo artifacts.

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San Antonio Plans $100 Million Museum Named After Phil Collins

San Antonio has announced plans for a $100 million museum of Alamo artifacts named in honor of Phil Collins. Work is scheduled to begin shortly on the museum, which will stand in honor of Collins' world-renowned collection of Alamo artifacts.

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U2 Wants To Release New Music

U2 is eager to release new music, despite the fact that the band just released their thirteenth studio album Songs Of Innocence in September. In a new Rolling Stone interview, frontman Bono says the group has already plotted a follow-up to Songs of Innocence, called Songs of Experience, and he hopes it will arrive sometime in the next 18 months.

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U2 Wants To Release New Music

U2 is eager to release new music, despite the fact that the band just released their thirteenth studio album Songs Of Innocence in September. In a new Rolling Stone interview, frontman Bono says the group has already plotted a follow-up to Songs of Innocence, called Songs of Experience, and he hopes it will arrive sometime in the next 18 months.

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Heart Cover Foo Fighters' 'No Way Back'

After the Foo Fighters invited Heart to join them for a song during their week-long residency on the Late Show With David Letterman, Heart repaid the favor by covering the Foos cut "No Way Back." Heart played an acoustic rendition of the song while backstage. "We wanted to give something back to them," Wilson told Rolling Stone.

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Heart Cover Foo Fighters' 'No Way Back'

After the Foo Fighters invited Heart to join them for a song during their week-long residency on the Late Show With David Letterman, Heart repaid the favor by covering the Foos cut "No Way Back." Heart played an acoustic rendition of the song while backstage. "We wanted to give something back to them," Wilson told Rolling Stone.

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