Digest: PJ Harvey to Play Live Webcast; Jack White and Norah Jones Guest on New Danger Mouse Album

Also: Billy Preston's debut album reissued for Black History Month; Target offers Lady Gaga free download

February 10, 2011 7:05 PM ET
 PJ Harvey
PJ Harvey

PJ Harvey to Play Live Webcast
PJ Harvey has announced that she will be performing her new album Let England Shake in its entirety in a live webcast from Paris on Monday at 8 p.m. Greenwich Mean time. The webcast will be streamed on Harvey's official site as well as the French music site Deezer and the culture channel ARTE. [Pitchfork]

Danger Mouse's New Album Will Feature Jack White and Norah Jones
Danger Mouse and the Italian composer Daniel Luppi have teamed up for a new album called Rome, which will be out on May 16th. The record, which is inspired by the film music of Ennio Morricone, will feature vocals by Jack White and Norah Jones, who will appear on three tracks each. [NME]

Billy Preston Album Reissued to Celebrate Black History Month
Billy Preston's debut album 16 Year Old Soul will be reissued by ABKCO Records on February 22nd to celebrate Black History Month. The album, which has been out of print for 45 years, was originally released on Sam Cooke's SAR label, one of the first African American-owned record companies. [Billboard]

Lady Gaga Song Free With Target Pre-Order
Lady Gaga has struck a deal with Target that will allow fans to download her new single "Born This Way" for free tomorrow if they pre-order her album of the same name from their website. Target will also carry a deluxe edition of the album with three extra songs and five remixes. [Billboard]

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