New Music Tuesday: Armstrong, Jones and One-D

Published 11/26 2013 03:43PM

Updated 11/26 2013 05:01PM

We have two very different musicians collaborating on one album. Bille Jo Armstrong, lead singer of the band Greenday and Norah Jones perform duets from a totally unexpected source, The Everly Brothers. Armstrong says he stumbled upon "Songs Our Daddy Taught Us" recorded by The Everly Brothers and thought it would be cool to remake the record with a woman.

"Midnight Memories" is the third studio album from the X Factor formed boy group, One Direction. The album remains in the PG rated themes of young love, heartbreak and staying out late so parents can rest assured they're still tween-friendly. One Direction's first two albums topped the Billboard 200 in their debut weeks of release making them the first British make group since the Beatles to accomplish this.

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