Elvis Costello & The Imposters – “Suspect My Tears”

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Elvis-Costello-And-The-Imposters-Look-NowFor a little while there, we were all terribly worried about Elvis Costello. This past summer, the songwriting legend cancelled a few live dates, and he had a very good reason why: He was recovering from cancer surgery. But Costello is already bouncing back, to the point where he’s getting ready to release … More »

Elvis Costello Reunites With The Imposters & Burt Bacharach On New Album Look Now: Hear Two Songs

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Elvis-Costello-Imposters-Look-Now-CoverElvis Costello is one of those legacy artists who always seems to be around in some capacity, so it’s been easy to forget that a full five years have passed since his last release — Wise Up Ghost, his 2013 collab with the Roots. That’s about to change this fall. Costello’s just announced a … More »

Watch Arctic Monkeys Cover Elvis Costello’s “Lipstick Vogue”

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Arctic MonkeysUp until a few weeks ago, Elvis Costello was out on the road putting on his usual spectacular show, but the music legend had to cancel the last few dates of his European tour on doctor’s orders. See, he’d secretly been playing the gigs while recovering from surgery to combat a cancer diagnosis. More »

Elvis Costello Recovering From Cancer Surgery

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Elvis-CostelloElvis Costello isn’t just one of our greatest living songwriters. He’s also a trooper. For the past few weeks, Costello has been playing live shows while recovering from cancer surgery. And he’s been doing it without telling the world about it. Respect is due. More »

Elvis Costello – “I’ll Still Love You”

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Long before he teamed up with Rick Rubin on the American albums, Johnny Cash was looking outside his country-music world for cover material. And way back on his 1987 album Johnny Cash Is Coming To Town, he covered “The Big Light,” an Elvis Costello song that had come out only a year earlier. More »

Watch Elvis Costello Perform “Alison” On Kimmel

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Elvis Costello was a guest on Jimmy Kimmel Live! last night, where he played a tender, stripped-down version of his 1977 classic “Alison” with some help from two backup singers. Watch his performance below. More »

Elvis Costello – “You Shouldn’t Look At Me That Way”

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Elvis Costello has written a new song specifically for the upcoming movie Film Stars Don’t Die In Liverpool, starring Jamie Bell and Annette Bening and based on Peter Turner’s memoir about his relationship with actress Gloria Grahame. “‘You Shouldn’t Look At Me That Way’ is a song dealing with two people who have a lot … More »

Watch Elvis Costello, Dr. John, & Trombone Shorty Cover Fats Domino

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Two days ago, we mourned the loss of Fats Domino, the rock ‘n’ roll innovator and New Orleans music deity. And last night, an all-star group of New Orleans musicians — Dr. John, Trombone Shorty, and the Neville Brothers’ family band — teamed up with Elvis Costello, long a vocal admirer of New Orleans … More »

Lana Del Rey, Elvis Costello, Feist, & More Playing Leonard Cohen Tribute Concert

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Later this fall, almost exactly a year after Leonard Cohen’s death, a strange and intriguing group of artists will gather at Montreal’s Bell Centre to pay tribute to the man. The list of artists on the bill is a somewhat strange but intriguing one, and it includes Lana Del Rey, Elvis Costello, Feist, Philip … More »

Elvis Costello Looked Back — And Ahead — With Imperial Bedroom Tour

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Elvis Costello & The Imposters 11/8/16Given the newish trend of artists playing a classic album in concert, it’s not a huge surprise to learn Elvis Costello has joined the club. I can think of a dozen of his LPs I would happily hear him revisit in full, and Costello has always been keen to mix it up onstage, as on … More »