Official press release
September 26, 2019
ICONIC MUSIC GROUP JEFF LYNNE'S ELO
SET TO RELEASE NEW ALBUM
FROM OUT OF NOWHERE NOV. 1
TITLE SONG PREMIERED TODAY ON BBC RADIO 2 AND AVAILABLE NOW TO STREAM AND WITH ALBUM PRE-ORDER
Rock & Roll Hall of Famer and music legend Jeff Lynne will follow...
I call ********, the tell-tale sign is that Bev Bevan finally called out the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame over snubs of former Electric Light Orchestra members Kelly Groucutt, Mik Kaminski, Hugh McDowell and Mel Gale, though I'd also add Louis Clark, over 20 years wasting my time for nothing! :mad...
May Chuck Berry :rip: :uh:
It looks likely now that Roll Over Beethoven could very well be sung by Jeff Lynne's ELO for the 2017 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony closing jam.
For Chuck Berry...
"My fans take it seriously. I really didn't want to show up..." - Steve Miller
Steve Miller Exposes the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame and Calls for a Change in Leadership | Controversy, Rock Hall Politics, 2016 Ceremony | FutureRockLegends.com
STEVE MILLER GOES OFF ON ROCK HALL...
"In the studio next door, Paul McCartney was recording Live and Let Die, and producer George Martin popped into our studio to have a listen to our slightly different version of the classic he had recorded about ten years earlier. He gave a nod of approval." - Jeff Lynne comments on Roll Over...
Same here, I even like "We Built This City", "Nothing's Gonna Stop Us Now" and "Sara" all by Starship.
True about Mickey Thomas, but Paul Kantner was still involved on "Jane" along with its album, Freedom at Point Zero, both from 1979, so this is the reason for me including it.