Thursday, February 7, 2013

Elton Recording Song for Queens of the Stone Age

Elton John has revealed that he has collaborated with Queens Of The Stone Age, and Dave Grohl will appear as a drummer on the album.


The 'Rocket Man' singer was a guest on Chelsea Lately show in America last night, guest hosted by Dave Grohl, where he made the announcement.

Grohl told the audience: "Recently, Elton and I recorded something together. Something that people wouldn't imagine the two of us doing together."

Elton continued: "I was in Vegas and I flew back to LA and Engelbert Humperdinck had written me a very sweet letter and asked me to sing a duet with him. He is part of my history and I couldn't say no so I went and recorded a song with him.

“Then I drove three blocks and went from Engelbert to Queens Of The Stone Age, which was a bit of a mindf*ck.”

Grohl interrupts: "I remember you walking in and him being, like, 'Have you got a ballad for me?' and we were just like, 'no, we do not have a ballad for you.'”

Elton added: "After three hours we got it and he drummed on every take and every take was amazing. He's built like a brick sh*t-house when he drums."

Other guests confirmed to appear on the band's new album include Trent Reznor, Mark Lanegan, Nick Oliveri and Jake Shears from The Scissor Sisters.


- Entertainment Wise

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