Exclusive Live Videos from Disclosure, Young Empires, Borns and Blur

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Need a fix of some world exclusive live videos?  I’m here to help!  This post has SIX world exclusive videos just for you and the post below has an additional six.  Who loves ya baby?  G does!

Let’s kick things off with UK dance duo Disclosure performing “Jaded” at Madison Square Garden on October 25, 2015.

While we are in the dancing mood, check out Canada’s Haute Rock band Young Empires, performing “Sunshine” at Mercury Lounge on October 17, 2015.

Next up, is the newcomer Borns, who has a T. Rex meets MGMT vibe. He covered two classic songs recently, and I present them both to you: Here’s Borns taking on “Bennie and the Jets” by Elton John!

Borns, also covered “Moonage Daydream” by David Bowie!

Finally, a pair of tracks from Blur’s first Madison Square Garden headlining show. Damon Albarn commented that it only took them 25 years to get there, but as you will see, it was worth the wait.

The first track is a Blur rarity, “Country Sad Ballad Man,” which has not been performed live in 20 years!

Last but not least is a song you all know and love – “Song 2!” WHOO HOO!!!!

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Linkage – August 6, 2012

Posted by The G on August 6, 2012 under GNN | Comments are off for this article

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Holland is reading about Geoffrey Dicker! RAD!!!!

Hours before word spread that Elton John called Madonna a cunt, I copied it off the Internet. (via According2g.com)

You’re not officially gay until you hold a press conference.  Welcome to the club, Mika!  (via Towleroad)

“Love (Part II)” live by Bright Light Bright Light.  He’s amazing, y’all! (via According2g.com)

Paul Banks of Interpol will release solo album “Banks” (via NME)

Lady Gaga reveals new album title “ARTPOP” via tattoo.  Good thing she’s not calling the album “I’m A Cunt.” (via NME)

Another thing Morrissey disapproves of – The Olympics.  (via Stereogum)

Jeffrey Deitch says he didn’t ruin LA’s Museum of Contemporary Art. (via LA Times)

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Huge shock: Record labels are lying douche-bags who are trying to take advantage of fans.  Here’s MORE proof!  (via Prefix Mag)


Quote of the Day: “Madonna is a C@@t” – Elton John

Posted by The G on August 5, 2012 under GNN | Comments are off for this article

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Elton John

Elton John

Oh dear.  Sir Elton has spoken out on his true feelings about Madonna and whether or not you agree, it’s pretty damn funny.

“Sorry, her career is over. Her tour has been a disaster and it couldn’t happen  to a bigger c***. If Madonna had any common sense she would have made a  record like Ray Of Light and stayed away from the dance stuff and just been a  great pop singer and make great pop records, which she does brilliantly. But  no, she had to go and prove… she looks like a f****** fairground stripper. She’s  been horrible to Gaga.” – Elton John
Source: http://www.madonnarama.com/posts-en/2012/08/05/elton-john-madonna-is-a-cnt-and-looks-like-a-fcking-stripper/#ixzz22ipyy8xI


65 Elton John Songs I Love

Posted by The G on March 25, 2012 under Celebrities | 3 Comments to Read

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Elton John!

Reginald Dwight aka Elton John aka The Rocket Man is 65 today!

To celebrate, here’s a list of 65 Elton John songs that I can’t live without (in no particular order):

1. Tonight

2. Who Wears These Shoes?

3. In Neon

4. Captain Fantastic and the Brown Dirt Cowboy

5, Someone Saved My Life Tonight

6. Better Off Dead

7. We All Fall In Love Sometimes/Curtains

8. Skyline Pigeon

9. Wrap Her Up (with George Michael)

10. Your Song

11. Candle In The Wind

12 .Border Song

13. Saturday Night’s Alright For Fighting

14. Philadelphia Freedom

15. Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds

16. The One

17. The North

18. Simple Life

19. Solar Prestige A Gammon

20. I’ve Seen The Saucers

21. The Bitch is Back

22. Harmony

23. Take Me To The Pilot

24. Burn Down The Mission

25. Madman Across The Water

26. I Think I’m Gonna Kill Myself

27. Bennie and the Jets

28. Tiny Dancer

29. Levon

30. Mona Lisas and Mad Hatters

31. Funeral For A Friend/Love Lies Bleeding

32. Goodbye Yellow Brick Road

33. Grey Seal

34. I’ve Seen That Movie Too

35. All The Young Girls Love Alice

36. Sad Songs (Say So Much)

37. I Guess that’s Why They Call It The Blues

38. Nikita

39. Sweet Painted Lady

40. Screw You (Young Man’s Blues)

41. Honky Cat

42. Daniel

43. Rocket Man

44. Crocodile Rock

45. Sorry Seems To Be The Hardest Word

46. Too Low For Zero

47. Kiss The Bride

48. Blue Eyes

49. I Need You To Turn To

50. Made In England

51. Something About The Way You Look Tonight

52. Sacrifice

53. I Feel Like A Bullet in the Gun of Robert Ford

54. Grow Some Funk On Your Own

55. Act Of War (with Millie Jackson)

56. Believe

57. I Don’t Wanna Go On With You Like That

58. Club At The End of the Street

59. Sweat It Out

60. Runaway Train (with Eric Clapton)

61. Pinball Wizard

62. Jamaica Jerk Off

63. Roy Rogers

64. Mama Can’t Buy You Love

65. I’m Still Standing

If you don’t know ALL of these songs, do your homework.  They are ALL amazing!  Happy birthday Elton!


Quote of the Day

Posted by The G on May 20, 2011 under GNN | Read the First Comment

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Plan B

Plan B

Ben Drew, better known as Plan B won 3 Ivor Novello Awards in England yesterday.  I really love his album “The Defamation of Strickland Banks.”  It’s got so many styles of music including soul, rap, pop, jazz and I think every song on it is great.  Most of the world has caught on, but not surprisingly, the album is too genre defying for America.  Plan B spoke about not making it big in America and he said this:

“I’m too white for the black radio stations and I’m too black for white radio stations so nobody knows where to place me.  It just seems to be a lot of cock sucking that has to go on in order to get your music to get played to the masses and I’m just not prepared to suck cock really.” – Plan B

I really hope he enjoys success in the States. I’ve seen a lot of bands over the last few years that I think are really great and they can’t seem to make a splash here.  It’s very sad considering some of the drivel that is chart topping, but the old adage rings true once again – the masses are asses.

In other Plan B news, his track “Hard Times” has been re-released featuring guest vocals from Elton John and Paloma Faith.  The proceeds of the single will be donated to relief efforts in Japan and Pakistan.

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