Music Gear News
Madonna will record LP after movie
Madonna "can't wait" to get back in the studio and start work on her next album.
The 52-year-old singer - who has not released an LP since 2008's 'Hard Candy' - will begin laying down new tracks as soon as she has finished directing her latest film 'W.E.'.
Her manager Guy Oseary wrote on twitter: "the update is that Madonna cant wait to get into the recording studio ... This will happen as soon as she finishes the movie she directed... (sic)"
He also shot down rumours she is going to be making an appearance at the Grammy Awards this weekend or that a live DVD release is in the pipeline.
In another post, he added: "madonna will not be at grammys. I have no idea where the rumor of a live dvd box set is coming from. Im not against doing it ... just not true (sic)"
In December, Madonna revealed she was ready to make a comeback with some music she can "dance" to and was looking for the "sickest" people to work with.
She said: "It's official! I need to move. I need to sweat. I need to make new music! Music I can dance to.
"I'm on the lookout for the maddest, sickest, most bad a*s people to collaborate with. I'm just saying."Posted on 9 Feb 2011 16:15 to category : Band / Celebrity News
Related Music News
Through a collaboration with Martin, Sheeran's latest signature model features artwork from his latest album '÷' and has been built to his exact specifications.
An icon who helped propel the rock 'n' roll movement to new and unprecedented heights. Chucky Berry is praised by many as a founding father of modern music.
Founding guitarist of legendary LA band Y and T Joey Alves passes away due to complications relating to Ulcerative Colitis. Documentary on soon to follow.
Destroyer Cola is to be the latest release in rock veterans Kiss' long line of merchandise currently available to the general public for purchase
In a recent unconfirmed report, frontman of famous rock and roll outfit Guns N' Roses is said to be heading into the studio with Australian rock veterans AC/DC
Never before has music been so accessible. With social media, tab sites and forums at your immediate disposal, learning your favourite song couldn't be easier.