The Grammy Award-winning artist wrote she was "humbly grateful" for the honor.
The song, produced by Nile Rodgers, is the first new music since the pop star's death in December.
The celeb-filled event wasn't as wild as the Studio 54 parties Rodgers, 63, and his band Chic sang about on their 1978 disco song, "Le Freak," but the Grammy-winning music producer is proud that this year's gala to benefit the We Are Family Foundation brought Bono and Carter together for the first time.
Thirty years ago, no one might have predicted that Nile Rodgers would be on the road with Duran Duran in 2016. Yet, this spring the producer and guitarist is playing to capacity crowds in support of the band's latest album.
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With such an expansive collection of hits under his belt, it’s easy to consider the 62-year-old’s production credits as one
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Adam: Yeah, but I mean, I’ve never seen you play guitar. Adam: Right. Nile: Oh, well it’s just, what we just did in rehearsal
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"What I and every artists I knew at 14, 15 years old, punk or new wave kids, all we really wanted was to create a world where people understood us and were interesting to us and we were interesting to them."
When did you actually start working on the album? To be honest, it was years ago. One of the first songs that I finished
Fresh from winning three Grammy Awards for his work with Daft Punk on their ubiquitous smash, "Get Lucky," legendary songwriter/musician/producer, Nile Rodgers, chatted about life, art and a new honor: his being selected for ICON MANN's "28 Men of Change."