Jeff Lynne was joined by legacy Electric Light Orchestra member Richard Tandy for energetic renditions of 'Evil Woman' and 'Mr. Blue Sky' tonight on the 57th annual Grammy Awards.
From out of the blue comes word that Jeff Lynne will bring his latest version of the Electric Light Orchestra to the Grammy Awards on Sunday, likely setting a new world record for number of viewers the band has ever played for on live television.
A recent Electric Light Orchestra concert at London's Hyde Park hasn't just reenergized Jeff Lynne about performing live again.
With and without the Electric Light Orchestra, Jeff Lynne has been making rock 'n' roll music for a very long time.
Jeff Lynne still isn't sure if he wants to revive ELO as a touring band.
After a return performance to the stage last night, Jeff Lynne said that there may be more performances from Electric Light Orchestra in the future.
Jeff Lynne will bring back ELO for a high-profile concert at Hyde Park this summer.
Jeff Lynne has contributed a wealth of important influence to the world of recording over the decades that he’s been engaged in making music. If the albums crafted with Electric Light Orchestra had been his sole contribution as an artist, it still would have been an impressive legacy to leave behind.
Jeff Lynne seems to be in a reflective mood lately -- the two albums he released in 2012, 'Long Wave' and 'Mr. Blue Sky - The Very Best Of Electric Light Orchestra,' found him recording classic pop standards and revisiting hits from the ELO catalog -- and he continued his focus on the past in a recent Clash interview that looked back on the earliest years of his career.