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David Bowie is set to release a new live album next month featuring guest spots from Foo Fighters, Billy Corgan, Lou Reed, The Cure’s Robert Smith and the Pixies' Frank Black. Birthday Celebration - Live in NYC 1997 will be released on April 26, and it was recorded during Bowie's 50th birthday bash at New York's Madison Square Garden on January 9, 1997, according to NME.com. Foo Fighters appear on the song "Hallo Spaceboy" while Dave Grohl plays on "Seven Years In Tibet." Robert Smith was on hand for "The Last Thing You Should Do" and "Quicksand," and Corgan was there for "All The Young Dudes" and "Jean Genie."
Art Garfunkel says his voice is "slowly coming along" after being diagnosed with vocal cord paresis in 2010, and he hopes to hit the road with Paul Simon again later this year. "Late 2011 -- I feel in my bones, in my cells, that that's the scenario," Garfunkel told Billboard.com while promoting the duo's just-released Bridge Over Troubled Water: 40th Anniversary Edition. "Give me a little more time. At the rate the voice is coming back, I should be in pretty good shape by, as the corporations say, the fourth quarter of 2011."