Conor Maynard's new single, 'Vegas Girl' is a ''party track,'' but you don't have to have been to the Us gambling capital to enjoy it.
Conor Maynard's new single is a ''party track.''
The song 'Vegas Girl' is about the US gambling city in Nevada - renowned for its relaxed attitude and wild parties - but he claims you don't actually have to have been there to enjoy it.
He told BANG Showbiz: '''Vegas Girl' is a song for everyone who loves a party track and wants to party like they're in Vegas. I think people recognise that Vegas is the party centre of the world, and I feel like you can be anywhere, you could be in my home town, Brighton and you can have just as good a time there as you can in Vegas.''
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GlobalGathering has announced its line-up for 2012. Headliners at the festival include Tinie Tempah; Chase and Status and Friendly Fires. Joining them on the main stage will be Maverick Sabre; Dot Rotten; Japanese Popstars and LABRINTH.
Speaking about the festival Chase and Status said: ' Global Gathering was one of the best festivals we played last summer, and I'm sure this year will be no exception. The crowds at Global are always crazy and we can't wait to bring our live show back this July.' The duo, who played at GlobalGathering last year, will be making their debut on the Main Stage this year.
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Sir Elton John is helping Ed Sheeran to break into the US music market, which the young star admits is ''amazing''.
The 20-year-old singer - whose YouTube videos have been viewed 63 million times - admits he was shocked to receive a call from the 'Rocket Man' hitmaker, who is now offering him words of wisdom about where to take his career.
He said: "I was in a car coming back from the studio and I got a call, 'Hi, it's Elton.' It was just mad, because I grew up listening to his music.
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As I gingerly approached the building of Mercury Records, honestly, I felt slightly cautious and circumspect, not really knowing what to expect in meeting one of south London's underground-urban-grime artists.
Suddenly I'm told we are doing the interview on the roof! My first thought was shit man! I can't explain why, but it just was. I arrived on the rooftop and I was beginning to buzz.
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Tess Daly and Fearne Cotton have launched the 31st live Children in Need show, the much-loved Bbc telethon that's raised hundreds of millions for charity since its beginnings in 1980. Joining them will be a slew of some of the biggest stars on the planet, all chipping in to try and raise money for a myriad of both national and international charities.
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Gary Barlow's Children In Need charity single will be an all-star version of Massive Attack's 'Teardrop', which has been recorded this week.
The Take That leader has been working with producer Labrinth - who was behind Tinie Tempah's hit 'Pass Out' - and an all star cast of young UK talent on the track, which is the first non-comedy single the charity has ever released.
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Dot Rotten is 22 year-old Londoner Joseph Ellis and he releases his new solo single 'Normal Human Being' through Mercury/Defjam Records. Having made his way up from the underground grime scene in London to become one of the cities most exciting new prospects.
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