When Jimmy Page met the female Led Zep, he was in awe, he tells David Sinclair
Singer-songwriter Leonard Cohen has been forced to reschedule two UK concerts after he realised they clashed with Jewish religious festivals.
From Bassekou Kouyate to Laura Mvula, the final day has its fair share of top festival moments
One based on HMS Victory, a Tardis and another with an upturned boat for a roof make final of the increasingly popular annual competition
It was a film, then a Broadway hit. Now it's in the West End. But not all encores are welcome
Having impressed with her folk-opera Hadestown (with Justin Vernon and Ani de Franco), and followed up with a winning solo album, Young Man in America, Anais Mitchell began 2013 with a new project: the Child Ballads.
The singer's memoir is not quite as assured as her lyrics – but still fascinates
Brad Pitt and Ridley Scott among big-name admirers hoping to bring singer’s life and music to wider audience
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Led Zeppelin will not be reuniting any time soon.
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Given the omissions necessary to a truly definitive account of the Sixties UK folk-rock boom – no Michael Chapman, Roy Harper, Davey Graham or Anne Briggs, let alone Donovan and Cat Stevens – Electric Eden offers a vivid enough account of this magical period of British music history.
Currently spending his days at Shakespeare’s Globe as Lady Anne in Tim Carroll’s production of Richard III, tonight’s gig is providing a welcome release for Johnny Flynn, in more ways than one. “Ahh, the corset...It takes an hour and a half to put on. I wear a lot of makeup too...I don’t mind the makeup, but the corset, ooh.”