The Rolling Stones & Lady Gaga “Sweet Sounds Of Heaven” Video Out Now @ -Playlists


New York, NY (Top40 Charts) Last week The Rolling Stones took over New York City club, Racket NYC to celebrate the release of their highly anticipated new album Hackney Diamonds, the band’s first album of new material in eighteen years. With DJ Questlove spinning, the celebration quickly turned into a rock show when Mick Jagger, Keith Richards and Ronnie Wood took the stage to perform 7 songs from the new album and iconic hits – “Shattered,” “Angry,” “Whole Wide World,” “Tumbling Dice,” “Bite My Head Off,” “Jumpin’ Jack Flash” and Lady Gaga joined the band on stage to perform their single “Sweet Sounds of Heaven” to a packed house.

A video of The Rolling Stones and Lady Gaga’s performance of “Sweet Sounds of Heaven” is out now.

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Hackney Diamonds is their first studio set of new material since 2005’s A Bigger Bang. Since then, the Stones have continued to smash box office records on a series of global sell-out tours and released 2016’s GRAMMY Award winning Blue & Lonesome, which featured their brilliant versions of many of the blues tracks that helped shape their sound, and topped album charts around the world. Last year, they thrilled European audiences totalling nearly a quarter of a million on the anniversary Sixty tour. The Rolling Stones have sold over 250 million albums worldwide.

Hackney Diamonds marks The Stones (Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Ronnie Wood) first album produced by producer and musician Andrew Watt.

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Lady Gaga Joins U2 on Stage at Las Vegas’ Sphere – Billboard – Armessa Music News


The stars aligned at Las VegasSphere on Wednesday night (Oct. 25), as Lady Gaga joined U2 on stage for what turned out to be a mini set.

Dressed in a dark leather jacket, black tights and shades, Mother Monster was introduced to stage by Bono as “the most audacious, vivacious woman in any room she’s ever in,” Variety reports.

Sphere is no ordinary room. It’s a $2.3 billion, next-generation entertainment medium, with floor-to-ceiling graphics, thanks to nearly-580,000 square feet of fully programmable LED paneling — the largest screen of its type in the world. The images that have filtered back from U2’s residency are nothing short of mindbending.


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Gaga came to play, and she dueted on “Shallow,” her Oscar-winning, Billboard Hot 100-leading number from A Star is Born, braced by two U2 classics, Rattle and Hum track “All I Want Is You” and the Joshua Tree hit “I Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For.”

It’s not the first time Gaga and U2 have come together to make sweet music.

Back in 2015, Gaga joined U2 at Madison Square Garden for a rendition of “Ordinary Love,” the rock band’s contribution to the soundtrack for the 2013 Nelson Mandela biopic Mandela: Long Walk To Freedom. On that occasion, the pop singer dueted with Bono and played piano.

Gaga is making something of a habit of teaming up with legendary rock bands from the British Isles. Last week, Gaga took the mic during the encore of the Rolling Stones’ intimate show at New York City’s the Racket, for a performance of “Sweet Sounds of Heaven,” the collaborative track lifted from the British band’s 26th album released in America, Hackney Diamonds. With a little help from Gaga, Hackney Diamonds led the midweek U.K. albums chart by a country mile, by outselling the rest of the top 10 combined.

Bono & Co. wrap up their 25-concert U2:UV Achtung Baby Live run in December.

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‘SNL’ — Lady Gaga Introduces Bad Bunny’s First Musical Performance – Armessa Movie News


The singer was on hand to introduce the host and musical guest.

Saturday Night Live this week was a who’s-who of special guest stars for Bad Bunny‘s double duty in Studio 8H. While he was busy hosting and performing as the musical guest, he had some help from some celebrities who showed up to perform with him and made this one of the best and most shocking episodes of recent years. From Pedro Pascal showing up in the monologue to Mick Jagger joining sketches like “Telenovela” where he slapped Bad Bunny and Marcello Hernandez while filming a show. Fred Armisen was there in a sketch about discovering the New World and all of it led to Lady Gaga herself showing up to announce Bad Bunny during his first musical performance of the night.

Lady Gaga has been voice in the past about her love of the singer and in the past she has hosted and been the musical guest of Saturday Night Live. It isn’t rare for her to pop into the show whenever a past guest that she’s worked with is on and she’s been on the show herself quite a bit, but this time she came on only to introduce Bad Bunny for his first performance and then to come back at the end of the show and stand next to Pascal during the farewells.

Lady Gaga wasn’t really there to be in the middle of the action or there to join the sketches, she was there to support an artist that she loves, and that meant helping shout out his first musical performance of the night, and it was so surprising to see her there for something so brief.

Lady Gaga Supports Bad Bunny

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With stars like Pascal already there, and he did announce his second musical performance, he could have announced the first. But to have someone like Lady Gaga come just to celebrate Bad Bunny and show her love and support for him on a stage like Saturday Night Live is exciting. She clearly wanted to be there for him and did so by celebrating Bad Bunny, announcing his performance in Spanish, and being there for an artist that she has been vocal about in the past.

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