Soul singer Cee Lo Green is to release the track ‘I Want You (Hold On To Love)’ as his next single, taken from his stellar new album, ‘Lady Killer’. The single is set for release on June 6th through Warner Bros. Records.
Due to scheduling difficulties, Cee Lo Green has been forced to reschedule his upcoming headline UK tour. The announced dates will now take place during March, and the newly confirmed dates are now as follows:
MARCH 26 â€“ GLASGOW, ABC
MARCH 27 â€“ MANCHESTER, Academy
MARCH 28 â€“ BIRMINGHAM, O2 Academy
MARCH 29 â€“ LONDON, O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire
MARCH 31 â€“ BRISTOL, O2 Academy
Veteran rock group Foo Fighters are to headline the NME Awards Big Gig this year, which takes place at London’s Wembley Arena on February 25th. Supporting the band will be Cee-Lo Green, Band Of Horses and No Age.
Tickets will be made available from the NME ticket page from 9:00AM on January 19th 2011, before any remaining tickets go on general sale on January 21st. Tickets are priced at Â£40 (plus booking fee), and includes a free copy of a 100-page special NME Dave Grohl magazine worth Â£4.99.
The end of the year is drawing very close now, and we’ve compiled yet another playlist for you for the past month. If you’re a Spotify user, then you can listen to our created playlist via the link below to relive many of the album and single releases that have been brought to us throughout November. Some of the artists featured on this month’s playlist include Middle Class Rut, Underoath, Cradle Of Filth, Mayday Parade, Foreign Office, My Chemical Romance, The Chariot, A Day To Remember, Deaf Havana and many others!
If you’re a Spotify user check it out and let us know what you think of it:
November 2010 playlist
Tags: A Day To Remember, Anberlin, AWOLNATION, Cee Lo Green, Cradle Of Filth, Deaf Havana, Electric Wizard, Escape The Fate, Foreign Office, Kick Up The Fire, Mark Sultan, Mayday Parade, Memphis May Fire, Middle Class Rut, My Chemical Romance, Rocky Loves Emily, Shush, Spotify, The Chariot, The Scene Aesthetic, Underoath
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Cee Lo‘s third solo album is called ‘The Lady Killer’, but given his track record it’s pretty obvious who that lady killer is meant to be. Admittedly, releasing a single called ‘Fuck You’ is not in the vein of the typical ladies man we’ve come to expect, but then there’s nothing typical about Cee Lo; a self-styled eccentric rooted in the formalism of classic soul, but happily undermining the rules when the mood strikes. Motown, Stax, Philadelphia International – all those familiar templates are on the table, but no one would ever confuse Cee Lo‘s updates of revivalism or pastiche.