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The Killers Close V Festival


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The Killers closed V Festival with a greatest hits set last night (19.08.12).

The US rockers stunned the crowd at the spectacle in Chelmsford, Essex, yesterday by performing hits from their four studio albums and signed off with an energetic performance of 2006 single 'When You Were Young' after treating fans to album track 'Jenny Was a Friend of Mine'.

Ahead of their encore, The Killers got the crowd singing along to their popular hit 'Mr Brightside' after opening their set with 2004 debut single 'Somebody Told Me'.

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Bradley Wiggins Meets Hero Paul Weller


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Olympic hero Bradley Wiggins met Paul Weller at a Stone Roses concert on Monday night (06.08.12).

The cyclist - who scooped a gold medal in the time trial at the London 2012 games last week - was among a host of Team GB athletes at the adidas Underground gig and he was thrilled to meet one of his musical heroes.

Bradley - who is also this year's Tour De France winner - was just as excited to see The Stone Roses play live at the east London venue because the group had a massive influence on him.

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The Stone Roses Praise 'King' Bradley Wiggins


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The Stone Roses singer Ian Brown hailed gold medal winning Team GB athletes Bradley Wiggins and Jessica Ennis as the ''king and queen'' of England at an intimate London concert last night (06.08.12).

The reformed Manchester band performed an exclusive show hosted by adidas Underground to celebrate the Olympics in a front of star-studded audience which included the heroic duo, other athletes and numerous stars.

Before the band played 'Something's Burning', Ian said: ''We've got the queen of England Jessica Ennis and the king of England Bradley Wiggins here. And our musical heroes, you don't know who that is right?''

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Posted on 19 June 2012

Fool's Gold Moon Block Party 2012 Announces Full Line-up For Free Music Festival

Stone Roses To Announce Comeback Tour


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The Stone Roses are set to announce a reunion tour next week.

The 'Fools Gold' group -comprising of Ian Brown, John Squire, Gary 'Mani' Mounfield and Alan 'Reni' Wren - have signed up for a series of concerts dates which they will announce at a press conference on Tuesday (18.10.10) after frontman Ian and guitarist John settled their differences, according to The Sun newspaper.

The pair had been locked in a bitter war of words since John walked out of the band in 1996, but relations thawed after they met at a funeral held for the mother of the band's bass player, Mani, in March.

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Fool's Gold - Wild Window


'Wild Window' is the latest single by Los Angeles band Fool's Gold, from their upcoming album 'Leave No Trace' which is due for release on the 5th September in Europe on IAMSOUND.

The video is directed by Andre Gura, who has previously worked with Wyclef Jean and Kelly Rowland on her hit single 'Ghetto' which featured Snoop Dogg.

The group, who used to vary between 12-15 members, but are now down to five, have said that the record was written inbetween Christmas day and new year's day in a rented house just outside the Mojave desert. The band also has performances at Glastonbury, Latitude and Solidays festivals under their belt, in what is proving to be a promising time for Fool's Gold.

The band have also been announced to be the main support act for Red Hot Chili Peppers in November on their 9 date UK tour. The dates are as followed:

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Fool's Gold, Interview


Interview with Fool's Gold at Latitude Festival

Los Angeles based outfit Fool's Gold are something of a unique entity among the current climate of tired clichés regurgitating their parents record collections. Not least because rather than follow the traditional notion of merely being a band, their ethos is one where the term "collective" is perhaps more of an appropriate description of their make-up.

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Wretch32 Learning Piano Skills


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Wretch32 wants to learn how to play Adele songs on the piano, to impress girls.

The 'Unorthadox' rapper revealed he has a softer side and although he is only at a beginner level, thinks the soulful singer's biggest hit would be his perfect show piece.

When asked what he'd use to impress a girl, Wretch told BANG Showbiz: "I'd love to play Adele's 'Someone like You' on piano. But I can't sing it, when we did a cover for the radio I had great guest vocalist in - it wasn't going to happen for me.

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The Stone Roses To Reunite


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The Stone Roses are set to reunite.

The 'Fools Gold' group are in talks after frontman Ian Brown and guitarist John Squire settled their differences.

The pair had been locked in a bitter war of words since John walked out of the band in 1996, but relations thawed after they met at a funeral held for the mother of the band's bass player, Mani, in March.

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Kate Hudson Doesn't Follow Trends


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Kate Hudson says her fashion tastes haven't changed since becoming famous.

The 'Fools Gold' actress admitted that she prefers to stick to a certain type of clothes and is not worried about keeping up to date with the latest trends.

She said: "When it comes to clothes, my personal style has never changed. I'm very specific about the things I like - a lot of printed dresses, lots of different textures. I can't get away from flowing things. I don't like clothes that constrict me. It's, like, 'Would you like to put some clothes on?' 'No, I wouldn't!'"

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