News featuring Carole King

The following news stories mention Carole King. Stories are compiled from a hand-picked selection of popular music news sites based in Great Britain, Europe and the United States. Updated less than 5 hours ago.

’14 Jun 30 Mon

Monday 30th June

  • 'Begin Again' in theaters now (CeeLo & Mos Def included)

    by PSquared

    So, are you planning on heading out to the movies this weekend? Well, if you are like the majority of people out there who will be, then it's to see a bunch of giant Autobots and Decepticons who turn into cars and trucks and blow up shit all over the place. Yes, as you may have heard, Michael Bay's next playful orgy of destruction, Transformers:Age of Extinction, opens tomorrow. I've seen it and while at times fun, it's mindless stupidity can be somewhat tiring after two-and-a-half plus hours (the longest Transformers yet). Imagine the head blowing up scene in David Cronenberg's Scanners with less blood and lots more loud explosions over and over and over.....

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’14 Jun 24 Tue

Tuesday 24th June

’14 Jun 20 Fri

Friday 20th June

  • Gerry Goffin obituary

    Lyricist who, with his partner Carole King, wrote many hit songs of the 1960s Continue reading...

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  • songwriter Gerry Goffin, RIP

    Gerry Goffin's name was not as universally known as that of his former wife and songwriting collaborator, Carole King. But the lyrics that Goffin wrote -- for such early-rock era classics as Will You Love Me Tomorrow, (You Make Me Feel Like A) Natural Woman and Up On the Roof -- have remained in the pop canon for decades.

    Goffin -- whose death Thursday at 75 was confirmed by his current wife, Michelle -- met and married King, a budding composer, while both were teenagers. Eventually, they would write more than 50 top 40 hits, among them Little Eva's The Loco-Motion, The Drifters' Some Kind of Wonderful, the Everly Brothers' Crying In the Rain and The Monkees' Pleasant Valley Sunday. - [USA Today]

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  • Gerry Goffin, Influential Songwriter And Carole King's Former Creative Partner, Dies At 75

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’14 Jun 19 Thu

Thursday 19th June

  • Songwriter Gerry Goffin, With Hits In The 60s And 70s, Dies At 75

    Along with his musical partner and onetime wife, Carole King, he wrote such Top 40 hits as "Will You Love Me Tomorrow" and "(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman."

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  • R.I.P. Gerry Goffin

    Gerry Goffin wrote more than fifty top 40 hits, many with his first wife and writing partner Carole King. Some of the songs he wrote or co-wrote include “Saving All My Love For You,” recorded by Whitney Houston, “Theme from Mahogany (Do You Know Where You’re Going To),” recorded by Diana Ross, and “(You Make [...]

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’14 May 8 Thu

Thursday 8th May

  • Singing Bob Dylan's praises the Brothers and Sisters of LA

    In the summer of 1969 a dream team of backing singers assembled in LA to record an album of Bob Dylan covers. Dorian Lynskey talks to the makers of the now reissued Dylan's Gospel

    Talking to Merry Clayton is such an uplifting experience it should be prescribed on the NHS. The 65-year-old from New Orleans had the quintessential soul singer's upbringing preacher's daughter, raised to sing gospel and she speaks with the soaring cadences of the pulpit, radiant with enthusiasm. Some might say she's a formidably talented backing singer (Ray Charles, Carole King, Neil Young and, most famously, the Rolling Stones' Gimme Shelter) who never found the recognition and solo success she deserved. She would counter that she has sung professionally for half a century and "there was always something wonderful".

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Monday 14th April

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