Duran Duran Wiki

Timeline duran duran wikipedia discography archive collection MESSAGE BOARD PRO

1950s · 1960s · 1970s · 1978 · 1979
1980 · 1981 · 1982 · 1983 · 1984 · 1985 · 1986 · 1987 · 1988 · 1989
1990 · 1991 · 1992 · 1993 · 1994 · 1995 · 1996 · 1997 · 1998 · 1999
2000 · 2001 · 2002 · 2003 · 2004 · 2005 · 2006 · 2007 · 2008 · 2009
2010 · 2011 · 2012 · 2013 · 2014 · 2015 · 2016 · 2017 · 2018 · 2019
2020 · 2021 · 2022 · 2023 · 2024 · 2025 · 2026 · 2027 · 2028 · 2029
The Duran Duran Timeline
<< 2012 2013 2014 >>

Duran Duran tentatively return to the studio with Mark Ronson to work on the Paper Gods album. A quiet year.

Date Event
Jan 2013 Lincoln MKS Commercial aires in the USA, featuring an electro cover version of "The Chauffeur".
Jan 6 The Challenger released via YouTube, a short film featuring "Liberty" by Patrick O'Hearn. This track is also known as "Firefly", which appears on various Duran Duran bootleg albums such as Didn't Anybody Tell You?.
Jan 7 Top of the Pops: New Romantic released in Europe, featuring "Girls on Film" and "Hungry Like the Wolf".
Jan 8 The single "C’est Tout Est Noir" (It All is Black) by Koishii & Hush released, a collaboration with John Taylor.
Jan 12? Simon and Nick play "Truth or Dare" for Filter magazine. Nick takes ages to decide who he will text the message: "I'm Hungry Like The Wolf". Simon quips "Grumpy like the wife!". (YouTube).
Jan 13 Beth Sherburn releases her debut single "Ordinary World", after music mogul John McLaughlin overhears her singing a Michael Bublé song at the Chanel counter in Debenhams, Merry Hill Center near Birmingham.
Jan 15 Roger Taylor DJs a special invitation only show for Géau Vitamin Water on the beach in Punta del Este, Uruguay.
Feb Blue To Brown released, an album featuring father-son Rob Brown and Dom Brown.
Feb 2 The duo Koishii and Hush announce that due to demand, they will be releasing a limited edition CD Maxi single with several mixes of "C’est Tout Est Noir", as well as a CD-only exclusive remix that will not be available digitally. Using a popular crowd sourcing platform, they announce only 500 copies will be put in to production, including 20 to be signed by John.
Feb 15 John Taylor receives the Experience, Strength and Hope Award, presented by Robert Downey Jr at Skirball Hall in Los Angeles. John is being honored by Writers In Treatment for his commitment to his sobriety and in celebration of his book, In the Pleasure Groove: Love, Death and Duran Duran. Others joining the gala include Buzz Aldrin, Steve Jones, Ione Skye, Michael Des Barres, Ed Begley Jr and comedian Bobcat Goldthwait. (YouTube).
Feb 17 The pre-sale for TV Mania’s Bored with Prozac and The Internet? begins on The Vinyl Factory website, where fans could purchase a TV Mania Box Set that is limited to 100 copies and signed by both Nick and Warren or the gatefold vinyl edition.
Feb 28 John Taylor is named the Greatest Bassist of All Time in a new poll, compiled by MusicRadar.com and electronics firm Orange Amps. Taylor topped the bassist list with 30 per cent of the public vote. (Wayback Link)
Mar Duran Duran return to the studio with producer Mark Ronson to begin work on their 14th studio album.
Mar John Taylor's Switzerland departure footage from the previous January is released on the Duran YouTube, as the (official?) video for "C’est Tout Est Noir" by Koishii & Hush. (YouTube).
Mar 6 Tetsuya Komuro's Digitalian Is Eating Breakfast 3 (DEBF3) is released, an album co-produced by Nick Wood which features Saffron Le Bon.
Mar 7 To celebrate the release of the forthcoming TV Mania album, Bored with Prozac and The Internet?, an exhibition of a collection of original photographic works by Nick Rhodes is held at The Vinyl Factory Chelsea in London (from March 7 – April 5, 2013). The exhibition is called Bei Incubi: "Beautiful Nightmares", which premiered on March 7 at a private, star-studded event. Open to the general public from March 8.
Mar 7? Nick and Warren interviewed at The Vinyl Factory, talking about TV Mania. (YouTube).
Mar 11 TV Mania release Bored with Prozac and The Internet?, an album that's been ready for 17 years, available as a limited edition vinyl record and download. Featuring artwork created by Andrew Day and Nick Rhodes, the album is entirely made from samples taken from television, so the lead vocalist is the TV.
Mar 21 Simon Le Bon, Yasmin Le Bon, Nick Rhodes and Nefer Suvioat photographed on the red carpet at the musical Book of Mormon London Opening Night, at the Prince of Wales Theatre. (YouTube).
Mar 25 Oh No It's...The Wonder Stuff 2-disc album released, featuring a cover version of Duran Duran's "Planet Earth". This track was originally released on From The Midlands with Love (Part 3) single during December 2012.
Mar 27 Simon and Yasmin Le Bon attend a Range Rover launch party in New York with James Bond actor Daniel Craig.
Apr The American science fiction film Oblivion is released, which features a copy of Duran Duran's Rio.
Apr 2 "Feed Me Diamonds" by MNDR released as various remixes. The single features the Radiant Cut Remix by Nick Rhodes.
Apr 9 David Bowie's "Let’s Dance 30th Anniversary Radio Documentary" featuring John Taylor is aired by on Absolute 80s at 8:00pm. An hour-long documentary celebrating the 30th anniversary of Bowie's biggest selling album, Let's Dance.
Apr 13 Doctor Who: Cold War aires in the UK. During the episode, Clara sang the chorus from "Hungry Like the Wolf" to deactive some submarine warheads.
Apr 14 John Taylor signs copies of In the Pleasure Groove at Tranquebar, Borgergade 14, Copenhagen, Denmark.
Apr 20 In conjunction with Record Store Day 2013, "Is There Something I Should Know?" (B-side "Faith in this Colour") 30th Anniversary limited edition is released on blue vinyl.
Apr 24 Gefährlich gute Grooves Liebe, Tod & Duran Duran (In the Pleasure Groove: Love, Death and Duran Duran) published in Germany by Hannibal.
May 9 John Taylor headlines the 10th UK/European Symposium on Addictive Disorders Conference in London. He speaks about how to recover from addiction.
May 15 Simon Le Bon attends Manchester United’s Player of The Year Awards.
May 15 "We Need You" by Janice Whaley released as a limited edition clear flexi-vinyl single of 250 copies.
May 23 Duran Duran: amfAR's Cinema Against AIDS Gala, Hôtel du Cap-Eden-Roc, Cap d’Antibes, France.
Cannes Film Festival related event
May 28 Arts & Crafts X released, an album of cover songs featuring a version of "The Chauffeur" by The Hidden Cameras and Snowblink.
Jun 1 Simon Le Bon performs with Timbaland at The Sound of Change Live Concert, Twickenham Stadium, Twickenham, UK. An event presented by Chime For Change founded by Gucci.
Jun John Taylor co-writes "Something Special", a song by American band Halo Circus.
Jun 26 Nick and Neffer spotted arriving for the Summer Party at The Serpentine Gallery in London. (YouTube).
Jul 14 Chic: Hyde Park, London, UK.

Simon Le Bon joined Chic on stage for "Notorious". Chic were a support act for Lionel Richie and Jennifer Lopez.

Jul 19 John Taylor holds a reading from his book In the Pleasure Groove at the Latitude Festival, Literary Arena (4:25pm), Henham Park, Suffolk, UK.
Aug 10 Duran Duran Appreciation Day.
Aug 10 The Reflex from Hyde Park Audio released by duranduran.com on Duran Duran Appreciation Day.
Aug 17 John Taylor at the Edinburgh International Book Festival.
Sep New York La La La released, a short fashion film directed by Aaron Rose and André Saraiva which features "The Chauffeur".
Sep 4 Friends of Mine: Thirty Years in the Life of a Duran Duran Fan, a book by Elisa Lorello published.
Autumn Sporty Sexy Glam - Michael Kors: 2013 Commercial aired worldwide featuring Duran Duran's "Girls on Film".
Oct 7 Bold, Beautiful and Damned: The World of 1980s Fashion Illustrator Tony Viramontes published, artwork for Arcadia and comments from Nick Rhodes.
Oct 15 Speak a Little Louder by American singer-songwriter Diane Birch is released. The album features John Taylor playing bass on "All The Love You Got".
Oct 18-20 Durandemonium 2013 Convention is held at the Amalfi Hotel in Chicago, IL, USA, an event sponsored by Daily Duranie.
Oct 27 Simon Le Bon is 55 years old today.
Oct 27 Duranasty.com celebrates Simon Le Bon's 55th birthday and his 50 years in the show business. Written by Salvo of Duranasty.com, 50 years in the Spotlight is a study about Simon's early years as a baby model, actor and choir boy, enriched with special interviews, scans of old articles and reviews, plus unseen pictures and documents. Duranasty celebrates Simon Le Bon's 50th Birthday, and his 50 years in show business
Oct 27 Lou Reed passed away at the age of 71 in Long Island, New York, following a liver transplant. Simon had the Coney Island Baby album.
Oct 29 Simon makes his own Spinal Tap/Ricky Gervase spoof documentary called Simon Says, with a crew of three guys from New York. He plays up on his 'Private' image, his love of food, and a love of alcohol during a visit to Coney Island. A story about flattening a girl from stage diving, which appears false. An early version is also available. (YouTube), (V1).
Nov Bebel Gilberto in Rio released, featuring a cover version of Duran Duran's "Rio".
Nov 4 The Duran Duran screening of UnStaged at the Museum of Modern Art (MOMA) premier in New York City. The film was part of the Contenders film festival, and the David Lynch directed UnStaged kicked off the entire fest. The movie screened at 7:30p and 8pm, and the band introduced the film as well as participated in a Q&A after the first screening. Roger jokes they knew they'd end up in a museum. (DD.com News), (YouTube).
Nov 20 A selection of photographs from Careless Memories are on display at a dedicated pop-up store, at 15 Foubert’s Place, off Carnaby Street, in Central London, from 20 November to 6 December.
Nov 21 30th Anniversary of Seven and the Ragged Tiger. The band post their thoughts about the album on soundcloud. (DD.com News).(Soundcloud).
Nov 29 No Ordinary EP is re-released in celebration of Record Store Day's Back To Black Friday on white 10” vinyl. Limited to 5,000 individually numbered copies, the No Ordinary EP is released in North America for a suggested list price of $16.98, at all participating independent stores. For fans outside of North America, an unnumbered version will be also available in early December.
late Nov Beautiful Colors: The Posters of Duran Duran, a book by Andrew (Durandy) Golub published.
Dec 3 Simon Le Bon took part in the biggest single fund raising event in the City of London- ICAP’s Annual Charity Day. On this one day, ICAP, the world’s largest inter-dealer broker, gives away its revenues and commissions to charity. Simon participated in support of the Blue Marine Foundation, a charity he has been involved with since last year. He had a great day on the trading floor and even ‘closed’ a 10 million dollar deal!
Dec 5 The night before the Careless Memories Exhibition closes, members of Duran Duran, Denis O'Regan and Intense host a launch event for Careless Memories, with the proceeds of a silent auction that will run throughout the life of the exhibition, going to the Ace Africa charity.
Dec 15 Careless Memories book by Denis O'Regan is published, a visual documentation of Duran Duran's 1984 Sing Blue Silver Tour.
Dec 20 David Richards; who remixed Duran Duran (1993 album), passes away.
Dec 22 Beautiful Colors: The Posters of Duran Duran book by Andrew (Durandy) Golub is officially released. News is posted on Facebook on the 22nd. This stunning visual compendium of posters took six years to complete. (Facebook news), (Review), (Review Page 1), (Review Page 2), (Amazon).
Dec 26 Nick pays tribute to David Richards. (DD.com link).
Dec 30 Article: Following in the footsteps of Duran Duran in Sri Lanka. Details all of the filming locations the band used while filming in Sri Lanka, by Mark Weitz. (Article).
Dec 31 John releases an end of year mix tape on Soundcloud. Artists in the mix included Stalley, Weekend, Paul McCartney, Arcade Fire, Daft Punk and 10CC. (DD.com News), John Taylor Year End Mixtape
<< 2012 2013 2014 >>

Timeline duran duran wikipedia discography archive collection MESSAGE BOARD PRO

1950s · 1960s · 1970s · 1978 · 1979
1980 · 1981 · 1982 · 1983 · 1984 · 1985 · 1986 · 1987 · 1988 · 1989
1990 · 1991 · 1992 · 1993 · 1994 · 1995 · 1996 · 1997 · 1998 · 1999
2000 · 2001 · 2002 · 2003 · 2004 · 2005 · 2006 · 2007 · 2008 · 2009
2010 · 2011 · 2012 · 2013 · 2014 · 2015 · 2016 · 2017 · 2018 · 2019
2020 · 2021 · 2022 · 2023 · 2024 · 2025 · 2026 · 2027 · 2028 · 2029