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Watch Jimmy Page make surprise appearance at Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

Led Zeppelin’s Jimmy Page made a surprise appearance at last night’s (November 3) Rock and Roll Hall of Fame ceremony – check out the moment below.At the ceremony, late roots guitarist Link Wray was honoured with the Musical Influence Award. Page was there honouring the musician, and performed Wray’s classic song ‘Rumble’ in tribute.A video celebrating the musician also included a tribute from Iggy Pop.You can watch Page’s performance in full here:Elsewhere at the ceremony, Tom Morello accepted Rage Against the Machine’s Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction.The Los Angeles group were inducted at the ceremony in New York by Ice-T, but band members Zack de la Rocha, Tim Commerford and Brad Wilk were not in attendance.Morello went on to give a politically motivated speech, after which he was seen backstage holding his trophy as well as a note that read, “Ceasefire” in seeming reference to the ongoing war in Israel and Palestine.St.

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Peter Gabriel teams up with his daughter and Brian Eno for song ‘Four Kinds Of Horses’
Peter Gabriel has released new single ‘Four Kinds Of Horses’, which features his daughter Melanie on backing vocals alongside Brian Eno on synthesiser – check it out below.Released on Friday (May 5) to coincide with the full moon, the song is the latest track to be shared from Gabriel’s upcoming solo album ‘i/o’ following ‘Panopticom’ and ‘The Court’.Gabriel said that ‘Four Kinds Of Horses’ explores “the interesting overlap of religion and peace on the one hand and violence and terrorism on the other”, and was inspired by the Buddhist parable of the same name, “which describes different ways a student can approach their spiritual practice”.He went on to describe Eno’s synths as “sounding like electric worms”, while Melanie’s vocals provide “another lovely moment for a dad”.Speaking about ‘i/o’, Gabriel said: “Some of what I’m writing about this time is the idea that we seem incredibly capable of destroying the planet that gave us birth and that unless we find ways to reconnect ourselves to nature and to the natural world we are going to lose a lot. A simple way of thinking about where we fit in to all of this is looking up at the sky… and the moon has always drawn me to it.”While the album doesn’t yet have a release date, Gabriel is set to head out on a headline tour of Europe, North America and the UK later this month.The run of shows starts May 18 in Poland before reaching the UK in June – tickets are available here.
Listen to Iggy Pop’s atmospheric cover of Leonard Cohen’s ‘You Want It Darker’
IIggy Pop has covered Leonard Cohen‘s ‘You Want It Darker’ – listen to the atmospheric rendition of the track below.The track is the latest preview ‘Here It Is: A Tribute To Leonard Cohen’, a new tribute album to the late star that will be released next week (October 14).The album will feature covers from the likes of Norah Jones, James Taylor, Nathaniel Rateliff, Peter Gabriel, Iggy Pop, Mavis Staples and more. It’s been produced by Larry Klein and will feature 12 tracks from across his career – including ones from his 1967 debut ‘Songs Of Leonard Cohen’, and ones from his last album, ‘You Want It Darker’, which was released in 2016.Listen to Iggy Pop’s version of the ‘You Want It Darker’ title track below. “There’s nobody like Leonard, not in the whole world,” Iggy said in a statement.1. ‘Steer Your Way’ – Norah Jones2. ‘Here It Is’ – Peter Gabriel3. ‘Suzanne’ – Gregory Porter4. ‘Hallelujah’ – Sarah McLachlan5. ‘Avalanche’ – Immanuel Wilkins6. ‘Hey, That’s No Way to Say Goodbye’ – Luciana Souza7. ‘Coming Back to You’ – James Taylor8. ‘You Want It Darker’ – Iggy Pop9. ‘If It Be Your Will’ – Mavis Staples10. ‘Seems So Long Ago, Nancy’ – David Gray11. ‘Famous Blue Raincoat’ – Nathaniel Rateliff12. ‘Bird on The Wire’ – Bill FrisellLast month, a new documentary on Cohen, titled Hallelujah: Leonard Cohen, A Journey, A Song, was released, focusing on his life and career through the focus of his most famous song.Reviewing the film, NME wrote: “There are as many ‘Hallelujah’ stories as people who’ve listened to it, of course, but in pinpointing a precious few, Hallelujah… does a fine job of unravelling just some of the song’s multitudes.”