Jessie J prolonged illness

Jessie J recently let fans know that she would be taking a few days off from updating her social media accounts as she recovered from an undisclosed surgery. But according to a recent Instagram post, it looks like her hiatus may last a little longer than first expected. According to the caption she wrote beneath a photo on Instagram, she’s not doing great post-surgery. She wrote, “I am not ok… I am in a lot of pain. But I’m working on it with the doctors. We all have our moments and one of mine is now.” She followed that photo up with another post from earlier today (June 29), where she wrote beneath a video, “Little update for those asking. Just had a second surgery, so I won’t be posting as much still. I’m not any better but everyday working towards it. I love and trust the people around me enough to face my fears of operations even if I need a little push sometimes.” She reiterated that she would not disclose the nature of the surgery, saying, “As I said before I don’t want to and won’t be talking about what’s wrong and what’s happened. It’s personal.” Jessie apologized […]

The Rolling Stones have released a live version of the ‘Sticky Fingers’

The Rolling Stones have released a live version of the ‘Sticky Fingers’ album recorded just weeks ago in Los Angeles and without notice to fans.On May 20 The Stones played the smallest show of the current tour at LA’s 1200 capacity Fonda Theatre, a warm-up show at the start of the 2015 Zipcode tour, where they performed the entire ‘Sticky Fingers’ album for the first time ever.Two of those songs ‘Sister Morphine’ and ‘You Gotta Move’ had no been played live by The Stones since in a long time. ‘Sister Morphine’ since 1998 and ‘You Gotta Move’ since 1976.The Sticky Fingers Live album features only the songs from the classic 1971 album performed that night and not the six other tracks the band performed.The sequence was the album starting at track two ‘Sway’ with the original opening track ‘Brown Sugar’ moved to the end.Sticky Fingers Live May 20 2015 at The FondaSway (from Sticky Fingers, 1971)Dead Flowers (from Sticky Fingers, 1971)Wild Horses (from Sticky Fingers, 1971)Sister Morphine (from Sticky Fingers, 1971)You Gotta Move (from Sticky Fingers, 1971)Bitch (from Sticky Fingers, 1971)Can’t You Hear Me Knocking (from Sticky Fingers, 1971)I Got The Blues (from Sticky Fingers, 1971)Moonlight Mile (from Sticky Fingers, […]

Music Mirror reflects on Savannah’s new EP and single

Savannah are an emerging Britrock band from Telford, Shropshire, who quickly established a strong local following and are now releasing their first EP. The Savannah line-up is Liam Ball on vocals, Jason Lewis playing guitar, Tom Jones on bass and drummer, Harry Neat. ‘Rockin the gaff’ is Savannah’s game since they formed in 2013 and played venues including 02 Academy in Birmingham, The Shed in Leicester and The Robin 2 in Bilston. Savannah have also played various festivals including Farmer Phil’s and Oakfest and supported bands such as The Troggs, Bad Manners, Big Country and members of The Jam. In two years the band have created a wealth of original material with just a few of these songs featuring on their self-titled Savannah EP. The Savannah EP was produced by Gavin Monaghan at Magic Garden Studios, Wolverhampton. Previously, Savannah released their first official single “Move” at the Town Hall in Telford. The music video for Move features the band recreating a top of the pops feel by using vintage 80’s cameras and hiring a bus for their fans. Savannah are reviving the spirit of rock and roll by taking one pub, venue or festival at a time. The “Savannah E.P” […]