Dee Release | Foo Fighters Release The Album “Dee Gees”: The band will release an LP with four coverings by Bee Gees, as the Dee Gees, a nod to Dave Grohl’s initials. Hail Satin will watch the foos performing on the disco classics of the Gibb brother’s Night Fever, Tragedy, Dance, and More Than a Woman in the ’70’s.
It is publishing on the 17th of July at the American Record Store Day.
The version of Andy Gibb’s Shadow Dances, which spent seven weeks at number one in the USA in 1978, is also included in Side One of the LP.
Live songs from her previous album, Medicine at Midnight, will feature live versions of Side 2.With a clip of Grohl trying his best, La Barry Gibb, the US group, announced the news.
Dee Release | Foo Fighters Release The Album “Dee Gees”
Actually, in February, the band gave the first glance at the new record diversion, performing You Should Be Dancing for Jo Whiley’s BBC Radio 2 Sofa Session. After the conversation on a recent Bee Gees documentary, Grohl told the band that they chose the song. ‘Let’s like the Bee Gees'” ” I was like, ‘Why don’t we just bee gees?’ And someone was like, ‘OK, how will you do it?’ And I said, ‘Well, let’s like the Bee Gees.
He added that “he never sang like that in my life, but it was the easiest song I’ve ever sung in my life!”
Other Artists Who Recorded Albums With Different Names
In last year’s memoir, pop singer Mariah Carey revealed she did an alternative album while working on her 1995 LP Daydream. Carey wrote, produced, and sang the same year’s rock band Chick’s album, Someone’s Ugly Daughter. “I created an alter-ego artist and her stardust-like spoof band,” she wrote in Mariah’s The Meaning. My character was a brooding Goth girl who wrote and sang ridiculous tortured songs.”
Under the pseudonym Passengers, Irish rockers U2 worked with UK musician and composer Brian Eno on a side-project called Original Soundtracks 1. The album, released in 1995, was a collection of songs for mostly imaginary films.
Sir Paul McCartney, of course, not opposed to a change of person from The Beatles’ Sgt Pepper days, went for an album in 1977 under the name Percy “Thrills” Thrillington. Thrillington’s album was an instrumental re-working of Paul and his late wife, Linda’s record Ram, six years earlier. Sir Macca repeated the trick in the 90s and 00s by releasing three rock/electronica albums alongside Killing Joke star Youth using The Fireman.
Prince was once known as a squiggle, but he also recorded an unreleased self-titled record as his feminine alter ego, Camille. He disguised his LP vocals, singing in a high-pitched style. It scraps several weeks before it is planning a release, but several songs are re-record. He is making it his 1987 double album, Sign o’ the Times. However, some of Camille’s early pressings eventually auctioned in 2016.
The fictional rock character Chris Gaines is playing by Garth Brooks, an American country star, In this film, The Lamb, but never on a big screen. He was to appear. Brooks published one Gaines album that spawned Lost in the top five of You’s.
In another interview earlier this week, Grohl and former Nirvana bandmate Krist Novoselic teased their seminal grunge album Nevermind after its 30th anniversary in September. “We will have Nevermind for 30 years, but we still put it together,” said Novoselic to Uncut magazine. It’s too late and the surprise we don’t want to spoil.
Gröhl recently revealed that, with the guitarist and former Nirvana touring band member Pat Smear, he and Novoselic sometimes meet in the House of Grohl recording new material. They don’t like running through an extensive old Nirvana setlist, but we like fooling around, and sometimes as they fool, songs happen, Grohl told radio host Howard Stern.
And if we’re in a studio, we’ll record them. So we’ve recorded some cool stuff. But we never did anything. It’s like jamming. It’s like friends, nor doesn’t look like a big official gathering.
Protest Towards Anti-Vaccine
On Tuesday, the Foo Fighters‘ first socially uninterrupted concert plays to a 600-strength California venue for only vaccinate enthusiasts.
Anti-vaccination protesters gathered outside the Canyon Club in Agoura Hills and said it was a form of “segregation” to play only for the vaccinated.
The show served as a warm-up for Sunday at Madison Square Garden in New York City, which will be complete for the first time since March 2020.