Elton John Debuts Yamaha's New Remote Piano Technology

Elton John premiered an innovative new technology at the 2013 NAMM convention in Anaheim, California this past week. During a performance at Hyperion Theater in Disney's California Adventure theme park, the British singer provided a demonstration of Yamaha's Disklavier TV and RemoteLive Technology, which sends a piano player's keystrokes to remote pianos across the globe in real time.

New Eric Clapton Album, Old Socks, Coming In March

Eric Clapton has announced that he will release a new album on March 12, titled Old Socks. The 12-song set will be Clapton's 21st album over the course of his nearly 50 year career. The album will feature a collection of Clapton's favorite songs by other songwriters, including Leadbelly, J.J. Cale, Peter Tosh, George Gershwin and more . . .

The Who Invite Gold Medalist Bradley Wiggins On Upcoming Tour

The Who have extended an open invitation to Olympic gold medalist Bradley Wiggins to any of the upcoming shows on their recently announced Quadrophenia tour. The British cyclist, who also won the Tour De France in 2012 and took home the BBC Sports Personality of the Year, has previously said that he's is a big fan of the band.

Stevie Wonder Featured On PJ Morton's 'Only One' Track

Stevie Wonder guests on a new track, "Only One," from Young Money signee PJ Morton. The track is the lead single from Morton's upcoming debut, New Orleans. Morton has previously described the song as "Kanye meets Stevie." The soul legend plays harmonica and adds vocals to the track from the Maroon 5 keyboardist.

Fleetwood Mac Releases Reissued Rumours (Expanded Edition)

Fleetwood Mac has released the expanded version of the band's classic 1977 album, Rumours. The three-disc expanded edition includes the original album (plus the b-side "Silver Springs"), a live album from their 1977 world tour and a 16-song disc of outtakes from the recording sessions. The package retails for $24.98.

AC/DC Rumored To Make Cameo In Super Bowl Ad

AC/DC is rumored to be appearing in a Hyundai commercial set to air during the Super Bowl on Sunday. The carmaker has bought up 150 seconds of ad time for the big event, and while it has previewed some of its adverts already, it still has some time left. Some of the 150 seconds, which cost Hyundai a whopping $9.5 million, include a cameo from alt-rock group the Flaming Lips.

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