Articles Tagged 'Bryan Ferry'

Salute! It’s Bryan Ferry CBE

The Queen has awarded Bryan Ferry, the singer with Roxy Music, his CBE today, in a brief ceremony at Buckingham Palace. The award is in recognition of his 40-year career as a singer and hitmaker. Although frankly all he would have needed to have done is release this, his astonishing 1973 reworking of Bob Dylan’s […]

Colin Firth And Bernard Cribbins Honored By The Queen

Colin Firth, Bernard Cribbins and Bryan Ferry are among the celebrities who’ll be dusting off their best suits and getting a special shine on their shoes over the next couple of weeks, as they’ve been named in the Queen’s birthday honors list. Colin, who has won endless acclaim for his portrayal of Her Majesty’s father […]

Morrissey Backs Johnny Marr’s Rant Against David Cameron

(L-R) Morrissey, Johnny Marr English guitar legend Johnny Marr recently took to Twitter to vent his dislike for British Prime Minister David Cameron recent admission of liking his former band The Smiths. "David Cameron, stop saying that you like The Smiths, no you don't. I forbid you to like it," Marr tweeted last Thursday (December […]

Music Roundup: Susan Boyle Is the ‘Gift’ That Keeps On Giving

Say what you want about Susan Boyle. She is one of the decade's most surprising, not to mention, endearing stars. It's only been 18 months since she dazzled Britain's Got Talent judges with her rendition of "I Dreamed a Dream", but the 49-year-old singer has captivated the world with her angelic vocals, her charming sense […]

Music Roundup: Bryan Ferry Is Still the Original ‘Casanova’

Bryan Ferry has unequivocally defined the meaning of cool for nearly 40 years and the Roxy Music frontman does not disappoint on Olympia, his 13th solo effort and follow up to 2007's Dylanesque. The 10-song stunner features a star-studded list of collaborators like The Eurythmics' Dave Stewart, David Gilmour, Flea, and Radiohead's Jonny Greenwood, just […]

Florence + the Machine Sweeps The Q Awards

The annual Q Awards commenced today in London with Anglophenia favorite Florence + the Machine earning two statues for Best Female and Best Track for "You've Got the Love." The BBC reports that a newly reunited Take That appeared together for the first time since their acrimonious split with Robbie Williams 15 years ago. The […]

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