• > Home
  • > News
  • > Gorillaz Says "No" to "Glee"
  • Gorillaz Says "No" to "Glee"

    Wed, 13 Oct 2010 09:20:47

    Gorillaz Says "No" to "Glee" - Even though the show hasn't even asked to use their music

    Gorillaz Photos

    • Gorillaz - Madonna performs with Gorillaz during the 48th Annual Grammy Awards 08 February 2006 at the Staples Center in Los Angeles.
    • Gorillaz - SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - DECEMBER 16:  Damon Albarn of Gorillaz performs on stage at the Sydney Entertainment Centre on December 16, 2010 in Sydney, Australia.
    • Gorillaz - A child in a 'post-apocalyptic costume' poses at the Glastonbury festival near Pilton, Somerset, on June 24, 2010. Celebrating it's 40th anniversary this year, the festival showcases some of the world's best artists from all areas of music and performance. This year's headline acts on the main stage include Muse, Gorillaz and Stevie Wonder. U2 were set to also perform until lead singer Bono had to pull out due to needing emergency spinal surgery.

    more gorillaz photos »

    Gorillaz Videos

    • Gorillaz feat. Andre 3000 & James Murphy - Do Ya Thing
    • Gorillaz - DARE (Animatic)

    more gorillaz videos »

    What a pre-emptive strike! The virtual band Gorillaz are saying "no" to having their music used on Glee, even though the producers of the show haven't even requested to use the band's music on the breakout hit series! Lead singer Damon Albarn says he's not interested in partnering up with the show, which is a bit presumptuous, since he hasn't even been asked.

    "We wouldn't let that happen," Albarn said in an interview with the Associated Press last week. "And not that they've asked us because they haven't, and now they definitely won't," he said. Can you blame them?

    What band would you like to see covered on Glee?

    —Amy Sciarretto

    "Like" ARTISTdirect on facebook to get more news and info on Gorillaz

    Tags: Gorillaz

    Latest Music News

    more news headlines »

    • this week
    • last week
    • artist
    • ringtone
    • peak rank
    • wks on chart