Music agenda: Winehouse rarities released, Stones drop 'Grrr!'
- Published: 12/11/2012 at 01:48 PM
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At the beginning of the week a box set of Amy Winehouse rarities will be released, titled Amy Winehouse at the BBC and containing various TV shows, live events and interviews featuring Winehouse as well as a live album recorded for the BBC. Also this week veteran rockers the Rolling Stones will drop their latest studio album, Grrr!, which has already spawned the well received single "Doom and Gloom," and later on in the week the Latin Grammys will honor artists who have produced works in Spanish or Portuguese.
British singer Amy Winehouse ©AFP/Ed Jones
'Amy Winehouse at the BBC'
Rarities and unreleased titles from late star Amy Winehouse will be released November 12 in the form of a box set entitled Amy Winehouse at the BBC, which will feature video footage (TV shows, live shows, interviews) and a live album recorded for the BBC.
Rolling Stones: ‘Grrr!'
The Stones keep on going, releasing their latest album Grrr!, which precedes a series of four gigs, two in the UK, two in the USA, in late November and December.
One Direction: ‘Take Me Home'
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British-Irish heartthrobs and boyband One Direction release their sophomore album via Columbia. So far the album has spawned the single "Live While We're Young."
Christina Aguilera: 'Lotus'
American singer Christina Aguilera drops her seventh album Lotus. So far the singer has released one single from the LP, "Your Body," which dropped on September 17.
Las Vegas, USA
The annual Latin Grammys honor artists from around the world who have produced works in Spanish or Portuguese. This year marks the 13th occurrence of the event, which will be broadcast live on the Univision Television Network at 8pm Eastern time, 7pm Central time.
Rihanna's seventh studio album is on the way. In the lead-up to the release of Unapologetic, fans have a chance to reveal exclusive content and "prizes" by answering daily trivia questions about Rihanna at
Pitbull: ‘Global Warming'
American rapper and producer Pitbull continues to ride his wave of recent commercial success by dropping his seventh studio album on November 19.
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