Elton John and Gary Barlow have recorded a duet, "Face to Face," that will be featured as the second single from the latter's recently released album, Since I Saw You Last. Speaking with MTV, Barlow explained that he and Elton have been friends for a long time: "I've been friends with Elton for quite a few years, probably 20 years . . ."
Jon Bon Jovi is interested in purchasing the Buffalo Bills, according to new reports. According to CBS Sports, the team will go up for sale upon the death of current owner 95-year-old Ralph Wilson. Bon Jovi has reportedly been meeting with National Football League officials and other powerful people in the sports business.
According to rumors, Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr have been enlisted to participate in the upcoming Grammy tribute to the 50th anniversary of the Beatles' appearance on The Ed Sullivan Show. The special, "The Night That Changed America: a Grammy Salute to the Beatles," will be taped on Jan. 27, the night after the 56th Grammys.
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Christie McVie is openly campaigning to re-join Fleetwood Mac, after briefly re-uniting with the band on stage in London in September. McVie came on stage to perform "Don't Stop," and now says she hopes to rejoin the band full-time. "I like being with the band, the whole idea of playing music with them," the 70-year-old told the Guardian.
Eric Clapton has released "Boogie Funk," a cut from his upcoming box set, Give Me Strength: the 74/75 Recordings, due December 9. Give Me Strength comes in a number of formats, including 2 CDs, 3 LPs and a six disc set. The 5-CD/1 Blu-Ray disc set is housed in a 60-page book and captures a full year's worth of recordings, from April 1974 to June 1975.