A “Goodbye” From Kenny

Just released in the wake of the passing of Kenny Rogers is a rarely-heard song. “Goodbye” was written by Lionel Richie and recorded in the late-2000s, and only included on a Time Life compilation before being unearthed this past week. Listen below:


We’re getting a lot of inspiring and cool musical performances from assorted quarantines, from celebrities to everyday folks. Here’s a performance by Norah Jones of Gun N’ Roses’ “Patience”:

Let Your Love Be Known

That’s the name of a song Bono composed to address the coronavirus pandemic. Give it a listen:

For the Italians who inspired it… for the Irish… for ANYONE who this St. Patrick’s day is in a tight spot and still singing. For the doctors, nurses, carers on the front line, it's you we’re singing to.Bono

Posted by U2 on Tuesday, March 17, 2020

Get Back…To The Movies

The anticipated Peter Jackson project on the film footage of The Beatles’ “Let It Be” sessions now has a title and release date. “The Beatles: Get Back” comes out September 4th, taken from the 55 hours of unreleased film footage and 140 hours of audio from the January, 1969, recording sessions. Additionally, the original documentary film “Let It Be” that Paul & Ringo apparently once were not been keen on releasing on DVD is still set for a restored re-issuing down the road. In the meantime, from the legendary rooftop concert near the conclusion of the “Let It Be” sessions, here’s “Don’t Let Me Down”:

New Dennis DeYoung Music

Dennis DeYoung released a couple new songs on Monday, both from his coming album “26 East: Volume 1” (due April 10th). First is a duet with Julian Lennon, called “To The Good Old Days”:

The other is an uptempo track, “East Of Midnight”: