Phil and Don Everly perform together

Oh brother, we'll miss you: The pop world mourns Phil Everly, who has died aged 74

Along with elder sibling Don, he was one half of a lasting legacy

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Cliff Richard is on his 47th studio collection and has released 35 compilations, 11 live albums and seven soundtracks

Cliffhanger! The countdown to a century of covers by Sir Cliff Richard

The Elvis-style quiff no longer defies gravity but the leather jacket and dangerously unbuttoned T-shirt declare that, with the release of his landmark 100th album, 72-year-old Sir Cliff Richard is still ready to rock.

Sir Cliff Richard is to release his hundredth album at age 72

Sir Cliff Richard to release landmark 100th album 'The Fabulous Rock 'n' Roll Songbook'

The "Summer Holiday" singer, 72, pays tribute to Elvis and Chuck Berry on his new LP

Album review: Grant Hart, The Argument (Domino)

Former Hüsker Dü drummer/songwriter Grant Hart exhibits huge ambition on The Argument, a double-album inspired by William Burroughs' planned sci-fi re-imagining of Milton's Paradise Lost.

Album review: Daughn Gibson, Me Moan (Sub Pop)

Though Daughn Gibson’s second album has many qualities (tumbleweed atmospherics, understated exotica, country-soul song structures which recall Lambchop and Serge Gainsbourg), chief among them is the voice of the 6ft 5in former trucker itself.

Slim Whitman who has died aged 90

Country singer Slim Whitman dies aged 90

Country singer Slim Whitman has died at the age of 90 in Florida.

Little Tony: Rock'n'roll singer known as 'the Italian Elvis'

Described as "the Italian Elvis", Little Tony, who died on 27 May at the age of 72, was a rock'n'roll pioneer whose rebel look and interpretation of the rock'n'roll repertoire shook up his home country in the late 1950s, writes Pierre Perrone. But his fame also spread across Europe, including France and the UK, where he scored a Top 20 hit with "Too Good" in 1960.

Smart moves: Romain Duris and Déborah François in 'Populaire'
An Elvis impersonator posing in front of Las Vegas welcome sign, Nevada, USA

The men who would be king: Elvis impersonators who flirt with Jailhouse Rock

Weddings, bar mitzvahs, courtrooms? It turns out that being an Elvis impersonator can be criminal

Monopoly boards: Metallica

Monopoly: You won’t be board with these versions

Monopoly has a special place in my heart.

The Saturday Quiz answers

1. "The past is a foreign country".

Tony Sheridan: Singer and guitarist who was a catalyst in the early career of The Beatles

The Beatles’ ‘teacher’ Tony Sheridan dies

Tony Sheridan, the guitarist and singer-songwriter who had The Beatles as his back-up band before they hit the big time, died at the weekend in Hamburg, Germany.

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The Rolling Stones performing at the O2 arena, at their 50-year anniversary show

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The band's 50-year shows don't mean it's the last time. John Walsh salutes rock's elder statesmen

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