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A final album on the cards?

Farewell, Andy. The crooner who made the everyday sound romantic

John Walsh salutes Andy Williams, who has died of cancer aged 84

Sir Paul McCartney to auction autographed Hofner 'violin' bass guitar for music therapy charity

Sir Paul McCartney will help raise thousands of pounds for charity when he auctions off one of his trademark bass guitars later this month.

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Eurovision just doesn't get The Hump

UK's veteran crooner comes second-to-last (way behind Jedward)

In 1981, Bucks Fizz won Eurovision with 'Making Your Mind Up'

Where are our Eurovision heroes now?

Fortunes have been mixed for the British entries over the past 45 years

Jedward through to Eurovision final

Jedward have made it through to their second Eurovision Song Contest final.

Weedon performs at a BBC concert in 1965; he was on the Light Programme almost daily for years

Bert Weedon: Musician whose 'Play in a Day' manuals inspired generations of guitarists

He persuaded his father to buy him his first guitar, for 15 shillings in London’s Petticoat Lane market

Album: Rufus Wainwright, Out of the Game (Polydor)

Rufus Wainwright believes this to be "the most pop album" he's ever made, and he's probably right, so long as you're thinking 1970s pop.

Hit it off: David Walliams with Simon Cowell

This Briton's got talent: Simon Cowell reveals what it's like to be the most powerful person in pop

One man does more to shape our music industry than any other. As he begins another star search, the svengali talks to our guest editor David Walliams.

Lee Dickson prepares yesterday for England’s final Six Nations match against Ireland today

Lee Dickson: 'The entire squad hopes that Stuart gets the job full-time'

Outspoken scrum-half Lee Dickson tells Chris Hewett why Lancaster is the right man and why he always believed he could make it with England – even when others did not

Face to watch: Jessie Ware is preparing to take on the charts with cavernous R&B reverie 'Running', out 26 March

Agenda: Diane von Furstenberg; Jessie Ware; Girls; Franciacorta; Downton Abbey paper dolls

Fashion: A warm Current is blowing in

Supporters fill the Luzhniki stadium on Defender of the Fatherland Day in Moscow at a rally for Prime Minister Vladimir Putin. Russia will go to the polls for a presidential election on 4 March

Putin election rally: All the president's men?

As thousands gather in Moscow, Shaun Walker asks how many were bussed in by the man himself

Ipanema and Leblon Beaches

Seeking the girl from Ipanema, in Ipanema

Slice Of The City: Rio de Janeiro - On a beachside walk through the world's most sensual city, Graeme Green finds music and fashion are still always the passion

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