Joe Elliott has released a new song inspired by David Bowie - "Goodnight Mr. Jones."
“I’ve been a fan ever since I saw Bowie perform ‘Starman’ on Top of the Pops in 1972 and was devastated when he passed away five years ago,” Elliott tells us. “‘Goodnight Mr. Jones’ was written as my sendoff / thank you song to a hugely influential artist. I wanted to mark the fifth anniversary of his passing with something that would celebrate the artistry of someone who remains a huge part of my life.”
“Goodnight Mr. Jones" sees the Def Leppard frontman paying tribute to his idol in sprawling, anthemic fashion, accompanied by his side project, Down 'n' Outz.
The Rolling Stones have issued the previously unreleased track "Scarlet" from their upcoming ‘Goats Head Soup’ box set, and it features guitar work by Jimmy Page of Led Zeppelin. The Deluxe Edition of Goats Head Soup will be released on September 4th.
Here is the Beatles' classic "With A Little Help From My Friends" performed by the Royal Canadian Air Force’s band called “Jet Stream”, they provide entertainment to the troops in Canada as well as wherever around the world the Canadian Armed Forces are serving. The actual video was filmed a year ago at the Moose Jaw AFB, the home of the Snowbirds. It's been reissued with current photos of army, navy and air force medical staff who have been deployed to assist at old age residences.