This is turning out to be one hell of a tribute album!
Check out the latest track to be featured on Rave On Buddy Holly - which features a variety of popular artists performing classics from the iconic singer - this one a reworking of Everyday by none other than Miz Fiona Apple (above)!
Check out Cee Lo Green's absolutely fantastic cover of Buddy Holly's 1958 hit (You're So Square) Baby, I Don't Care, which he performed for the icon's upcoming tribute album Rave On Buddy Holly (below)!
Holy shiz! We LOVE the soul behind his voice!
Between this and the Florence cover we also just heard, we NEED to hear this full album!
Check out the latest - and its accompanying music video - from our beloved Florence + The Machine, a fantastic cover of Buddy Holly's Not Fade Away, which is also featured on a tribute album for what would be icon's 75th birthday, called Rave On Buddy Holly (above)!
Good lord, is there anything she CAN'T sing?!
And we LOVE that they shot the video in New Orleans! It suits the aesthetic of the song PERFECTLY!
This afternoon, Jack White rolled up to SXSW in a yellow-and-black truck … aka the Third Man Records Rolling Record Store! The truck functions as part record store, part recording studio and is completely rad!
To get things rolling for his new label's first showing at SXSW, Jack pulled out his ax and performed right there in the parking lot! That's just how he do!
Check out the video (above) to hear Jack rock out to a Buddy Holly classic AND the White Stripes jam, "Dead Leaves and the Dirty Ground."
Now, the professional hunter who accompanied the dentist on the July 1 hunt is speaking out, and he says that "the hunt went wrong from the beginning!"
On Wednesday, Theo Bronkhorst gave a detailed account of the hunt to officials. The Bulawayo native is forbidden from continuing his hunting business which he's run since 1992, and is devastated by the outrage directed at him for Cecil's death.
Though, Bronkhorst's account of the hunt makes it sound like there was a lot of confusion surrounding Dr. Palmer's trip. He explained:
"When Dr Palmer arrived in Bulawayo, his luggage was missing and I was dashing around looking for it. So we were late getting ready to go. And we were never meant to hunt on the land where this lion was shot. At the last minute I had to divert from a concession [hunting area] about eight miles away."
Bronkhorst explained that, on the night of July 1, he was accompanied by