Elvis Costello love

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  • Thirty-five years ago, or thereabouts, a skinny kid with glasses gave himself the name Elvis Costello and started playing rock and roll in British pubs.

    Elvis Costello Plays Not My Job

  • In his 33-year career making music under the moniker Elvis Costello (real name: Declan Patrick MacManus), Costello has proven himself as one of the most prolific and erudite songwriters in popular music.

    News & Features from Minnesota Public Radio

  • And it made me want to paraphrase Elvis Costello: What's so funny about people who care about peace, love and understanding?

    American Beat: A Media Puppet Show

  • The acerbic singer and songwriter had recently taken the stage name Elvis Costello and wowed audiences and music critics with "My Aim Is True," a debut built around a raw, stripped-down sound provided by Clover and power-packed songs filled with biting lyrics that earned Costello the sobriquet of the "angry young man" of the late-'70s new wave rock movement.

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  • That's what I'd call Elvis Costello's new one-hour weekly show,

    Expecting Rain

  • The ceremony itself – hosted by Hollywood stars Anne Hathaway and Denzel Washington and featuring musicians such as Elvis Costello – will provide a stirring commentary on the Chinese democracy movement.

    Chinese dissident plans empty chair protest for Nobel peace prize ceremony

  • The soundtrack, which I just picked up, features some music that's commonly available, but some other songs that haven't made it onto albums in the US, such as Elvis Costello's cover of Beautiful.

    Is There A Doctor in the House?

  • Legendary acts get their due, and better-known ones such as Elvis Costello, Allen Toussaint and Dr. John get songs and speaking roles.

    AltWeeklies.com Site Feed

  • Bill Kirchen's new album, Word to the Wise, features guests such as Elvis Costello and Maria Muldaur.

    NPR Topics: News

  • Eminent British pop and rock musicians, such as Elvis Costello, Brian Eno and

    World Music Central

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