|US Release Date||04/07/2006|
Rolling Stones star Sir Mick Jagger has teamed up with his singer brother Chris for two new duets to mark the 40th anniversary of the solo musician's debut album.
Legendary singer Paul Simon is set to be honoured for his career achievements and charity work at New York's fabled Carnegie Hall next year (14).
Veteran pop star Sir Cliff Richard is finally calling time on his famous sexy photoshoots at the age of 73.
Paul McCartney enlisted a Beatles covers band to perform at his wife's birthday party last month (Nov13).
Scottish actor David Tennant and Bond legend Sir Roger Moore are among the stars who have designed special cards to raise money for a multiple sclerosis charity.
Sir Ian Mckellen will always be fond of Broadway because he had a special connection with New York theatregoers following the terrorist attacks on the city in 2001.
The things they say:
Vampire Weekend's Modern Vampires Of The City has topped Rolling Stone magazine's Albums of the Year poll.
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The year 2000 was a tough one for Hollywood. The movies released were mediocre, box office numbers were down overall (not counting the end of the year bang) - and the entertainment industry bid farewell to some of the greatest talent it had ever known. Walter Matthau, Richard Farnsworth, Sir Alec Guinness,
From classic movie palaces to the state-of-the-art IMAX screens.