Fact: British rockers Razorlight are set to celebrate the 10th anniversary of their debut album Up All Night by performing a special show at London's Electric Ballroom on 4 June (14).
Fact: The stars of Razorlight are taking to the streets of London on Tuesday (24May11) for a busking marathon. The British rockers will perform in St. Martin's Courtyard in Covent Garden as part of the annual Big Busk gigs, which celebrate impromptu music.
Fact: Razorlight frontman Johnny Borrell is set to hit the airwaves with a new radio show, The Sunday Service: The Songs They Don't Play On The Radio. The rocker picks the setlist for the programme, to air weekly in the U.K.
Quote: "It's going to be a different sound, I want to collaborate with someone. I'm thinking a house music extravaganza." Razorlight frontman Johnny Borrell is planning the British rockers' next album.
Quote: "I think they're an absolutely phenomenal band, I really do. I love their album. I was hoping that we might ask them to come and support us on our next tour, but they're probably very busy and they're probably going to make their next album." Razorlight drummer ANDY BURROWS is a fan of GUILLEMOTS.
Fact: Razorlight frontman JOHNNY BORRELL is putting his trademark skinny white jeans under the hammer for charity tomorrow (30NOV06). The auction will aid British children's cancer charity CLIC Sargent and will also see lots from Motorhead and late conservationist STEVE IRWIN.
Fact: Razorlight frontman JOHNNY BORRELL is teaming up with Queen star ROGER TAYLOR to honour George Martin at the UK Music Hall of Fame next week (14NOV06). The Beatles producer will receive an honorary membership at the London event.
Quote: "If someone sends me a link I'll always check it out." Razorlight frontman JOHNNY BORRELL reveals how he keeps in touch with up and coming music talent on his secret Myspace page.
Quote: "My hit ratio is still as paltry as it ever was. I have to write 30 s**t songs for every good one. Actually that's not true - I am getting slightly better." Razorlight frontman JOHNNY BORRELL fear progress is slow.