Certainly no stretch to have Rodgers on the song, given his checkered past with the band.
“We’re going into the studio out on [Long] Island. We have the studio booked, we’re ready to go.”
Duran Duran and Nile Rodgers: together again.
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Check out the footage of the U2 singer going in on what Nile Rodgers called the “most influential song of his career.”
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Taking the stage just after 7 p.m., McCartney launched into a nearly 3-hour set heavy on hits from the Beatles and McCartney’s ’70s band Wings, like a pyrotechnics-packed rendition of “Live and Let Die.”
Nile Rodgers is a well-liked guy. As the leader of Chic, he’s responsible for some of the biggest hit singles ever, including “Le Freak” and “Good Times.” And as a producer, he’s helmed records by Madonna, David Bowie, David Lee Roth and Mick Jagger. So, it’s no surprise that he has a lot of famous friends, many of whom sent him video or voicemail messages to celebrate his 60th birthday.