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Buckethead was a member of Axl Rose's outfit from 2000 to 2004, and he was replaced two years later by Bumblefoot, who remained until 2014 - although he avoided confirming his departure for some time afterwards.
And although the pair never worked together in their Guns N' Roses years, they'd discussed the possibility earlier in their careers. Towards the end of an interview with Nova Radio Newcastle, filmed by EzeazPi, Bumblefoot is told the camera operator is a Buckethead fan.
He says: "You don't have to choose - you can have us both. Tell you what, he'll play guitar, I'll sing, then I'll harmonise and we'll sort it out. We'll make something special together.
"I'll give a shout to Mr Buckethead. Hello! We met long ago, before you joined Guns, before I joined Guns. We were going to make some music together in the late 90s. Never happened.
"But if you ever want to do it, find me. I would love to work with you. While we can - seriously, life is short. Right now, on the other side of the camera, they're going, 'Yes! Yes!' But I would love to. Bucket, you're a phenomenal musician and someday, if you want to make music together, I'd love to find a way to pull that off." Watch the videohere.
The code, named Speak(e)ar, repurposes the speakers in earbuds or headphones to use them as microphones, converting the vibrations in air into electromagnetic signals to clearly capture audio from across a room.
It also uses Realtek audio chips, a common component in many Windows and Mac computers, to re-task the computer's output channel as an input channel, even when the earphones are plugged into an output-only jack.
Their study found that a pair of Sennheiser headphones could be hacked to eavesdrop on a conversation from 20 feet away. The malware then compressed and sent the audio over the internet. Read more and watch a demo videohere.
Shelton will be kicking off the Doing It To Country Songs Tour featuring RaeLynn on February 16th in Bakersfield, CA and has announced dates that run through March 17th where the trek will hit Chicago.
RaeLynn, who will be releasing her debut album "Wildhorse" next year, had the following to say about joining Shelton on the road, "We had such a blast this fall, I'm so grateful Blake asked me to join him again this spring! Can't wait for y'all to come out!" See the announced dateshere.
Martell died in Madison, New Jersey at his home on Sunday, November 27, 2016. He was 90 years old. Tony Martell was a music industry senior executive from the 1960s to the 1990s working with musicians who covered a wide range of musical styles including jazz, rock, soul, pop, blues and heavy metal.
His experience as an A&R Director, Record Label Vice President and Record Label Head could not eclipse his profound commitment to honoring the promise he made to his son many years ago to find a cure to help others.here.
"I think 'Any Ol' Barstool' is probably one of the best written songs on the album," said Aldean. "The guy is just trying to convince her that he's doing fine, not drinking too much.
"It's one of things we've all been through in some way. Plus, that traditional feel is the Country music I grew up on and has always been important to me to include on our albums. I love that stuff." Read morehere.
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According to London tabloid, The Sun, the two were hanging out with James Blunt at a party at the Royal Lodge in Windsor earlier this month when Blunt asked Beatrice to "knight" him. The Princess allegedly picked up a ceremonial sword and accidentally slashed Sheeran who was standing behind her.
Following the accident, Sheeran reportedly received stitches. The singer's reps have not confirmed or denied the reports and Sheeran is currently taking a break from social media.
But those Twitter photos confirm something happened to Sheeran's cheek and it doesn't look like a shaving accident. Check out the photoshere.
While stopping by The Nine Club podcast, he shared that his new project Funeral was on its way, although he didn't have a release date yet. Besides announcing that new project, Lil Wayne promised there's lots more to come in 2017.
"I have a whole bunch of good news coming soon. If you are a Wayne fanI know we've been going through a lot of tough times right nowbut if you a Wayne fan we're about to hold our heads high," he said. Read more and check out the full interviewhere.
Things can get a little hectic on Black Friday, especially for those in charge of distributing caffeine, which is why Millie's musical Starbucks drive-thru order probably came at the perfect time.
The 12-year-old's Adele-inspired performance couldn't have been more opposite of her nearly-mute character, Eleven. Watch as Millie says 'hello from the upside down," and belts out her venti latte and caramel frappuccino order to the tune of 'Hello." See the cliphere.
Speaking with Sunday People during a red carpet event in Los Angeles, Horan said of the boy band, "We will back. We would be silly not to' ridiculous."
He wouldn't give specifics about when fans can look forward to new music from One Direction, though. The boys are all staying busy with their separate projects, and it sounds like that could last a while.
"At the moment we are all doing our own thing," he said. "Harry [Styles] wanted to do his movie and everyone is just chilling." Besides Styles' growing interest in acting, he also signed a deal with Columbia Records to make a solo album. Read morehere.
Zimmer has announced three U.S. dates including the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles on April 14, The Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco on April 19 and The Park Theater in Las Vegas on April 21.
We were sent these details and comments: The concerts will be in two parts: the first being some of Zimmer's classic movie scores including Gladiator, The Lion King and Pirates Of The Caribbean, and the second featuring re-imagined versions of some classic scores such as The Dark Knight Trilogy and Inception with special guests from the rock and pop world. Read morehere.
Manchester had the following to say about the new song, "The overall theme of 'Let There Be More Light' is that everyone can be a source of light - that is, a person of reason, compassion and understanding who makes a choice to do a good deed, a 'mitzvah,' every day, not just at holiday time.
"Everyone knows 'Feliz Navidad' by Jose Feliciano. It's wonderfully simple, hummable and delightfully repetitive. I wanted to write a song as simple as that to celebrate Chanukah."
The new video was directly by Paul Gervasi (Cherri Future) and features the Colorado Springs Children's Chorale, the students of Wise School and members of the ULV A Cappella Barbershop Club, the Citrus Singers and the Blue Note Orchestra. Watch ithere.
The channel will include music videos, concert performances, behind-the-scenes clips and other exclusive footage from Swift's collection. The content will be aired in 13 episodes, a reference to Swift's favorite number.
The new video streaming service DirecTV NOW launches November 30, but no date has been announced for the launch of Swift's station. Read morehere.
According to the synopsis "Jennifer Lawrence and Chris Pratt star in film about two strangers who are on a 120-year journey to another planet when their hibernation pods wake them 90 years too early.
"Jim and Aurora are forced to unravel the mystery behind the malfunction as the ship teeters on the brink of collapse, with the lives of thousands of passengers in jeopardy. Watch the trailer for the filmhere.
The event will take place at Victoria Park in London as part of the two-day festival, which kicks off July 14 and runs through July 15. Ocean is the first performer announced for the event.
More artists will be announced soon. Single day and weekend passes are currently available for purchase. See the pricing details for various ticket for the eventhere.
Now, the country music star is ramping up to hit the road again on February 16 in Huntington, West Virginia, and has announced 11 new stops covering the Southeast.
They include New York City, Columbia, South Carolina and Richmond, Virginia. Dates run through March 17 in Orange Beach, Alabama. Brett Eldredge will open all shows. Tickets will go on sale beginning December 2. See the dateshere.
In the video, Gucci seems to be sticking with the East Atlanta Santa theme by gearing up for the winter months. He and Travis, along with director Harmony Korine, stand in heavy snowfall to perform their verses.
Shot half in night vision and half in regular light, "Last Time" finds the men smoking a blunt in the car as the snow falls heavier and faster. They're not the only ones getting high. Throughout the video, the car they're hanging out in keeps rising from the ground until it's hovering above them. Watch the videohere.
This latest chapter finds Tove Lo abandoning her vehicle in the middle of a deserted city intersection after she's crashed head on into another vehicle. She dances her way away from the wreckage and through the neon-lit night.
The song deals with a painful breakup that Tove Lo can't escape no matter how hard she tries. That becomes reflected in the video, which shows that no matter how far she runs, she can't escape disaster. The short film also stars actress Lina Esco as Tove Lo's alter ego. Check out the video for "True Disaster"here.