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Topic - Brian Eno
Rock legend Lou Reed, of the 1960s New York City band the Velvet Underground, died on Sunday, Rolling Stone reported. He was 71. Mr. Reed radically challenged rock's founding promise of good times and public celebration.
A look at the best of tunes from David Bowie covering his entire career.
May 13: Actor Buck Taylor ("Gunsmoke," "Gods and Generals") is 74. Actor Harvey Keitel is 73. Actor Franklyn Ajaye is 63. Actress Zoe Wanamaker ("Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone") is 63. Singer Stevie Wonder is 62. Comedian Stephen Colbert ("The Colbert Report") is 48. Drummer John Richardson of The Gin Blossoms is 48. Actor Tom Verica ("American Dreams") is 48. Country singer Lari White is 47. Singer Darius Rucker of Hootie and the Blowfish is 46. Drummer Andy Williams of Casting Crowns is 40. Bassist Mickey Madden of Maroon 5 is 33. Actor Robert Pattinson is 26. Actress Candice Accola ("The Vampire Diaries") is 25.
Coldplay first worked with Brian Eno on 2008's "Viva la Vida," enlisting the avant-garde producer to add some trippy, artsy weirdness to the band's pop anthems.
Drums Between the Bells
A book-launch party for former British Prime Minister Tony Blair at London's top modern art venue has been postponed following a threat by protesters to picket the event.
"The first Velvet Underground record sold 30,000 copies in the first five years," Brian Eno, who produced albums by Roxy Music and Talking Heads among others, once said. "I think everyone who bought one of those 30,000 copies started a band!"
Brian Eno writing to The Guardian to say that holding the party at the Tate was a disgrace.