The Stoke City striker raced down the M40 after the Arsenal match to make it to Brixton in time
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Friday 07 June 2013
Though marginally better than its predecessor, BE can in no sense be considered a progression, despite the swirling of sitars and strings that characterises tracks such as the seven-minute “Don't Brother Me”.
Friday 31 May 2013
Album of the Week: Singalong anthems with a Sixties beat and lots of swagger
Tuesday 05 March 2013
Bruce Springsteen will return to London this summer as headliner of Hard Rock Calling - despite having his set at last year's festival cut short after overrunning.
Monday 27 August 2012
Same old Reading list, but still a rite of passage
Monday 13 August 2012
Richfield Avenue, Reading / Bramham Park, Leeds
Saturday 30 June 2012
Missing Glastonbury this year? Not to worry: the Scottish festival that usually welcomes an exodus of Glasto survivors takes up the slack as its bill ranges from big tunes to big beats via all points in between.
Tuesday 29 May 2012
Forget the antics of Joey Barton, the toughest footballers these days are to be found playing in charity games. It's something that Gordon Ramsay discovered at the weekend, after he was floored by Teddy Sheringham during the Soccer Aid event at Old Trafford.
Friday 06 April 2012
Where are you now and what can you see?
Friday 23 December 2011
Anna Calvi, Ghostpoet and Leslie Feist all made great albums this year. Here, they and others pick the music that rocked their year
Friday 26 August 2011
Thursday 04 August 2011
Kasabian are one of those bands who divide opinion. They are either touted as the slick saviours of Brit rock or snootily derided as Oasis-lite. I'll be honest and admit that I used to sit squarely in the latter camp.
Sunday 20 March 2011
Tuesday 01 February 2011
The electric Proms is to be axed because of cuts to the BBC's budget, the Corporation has confirmed.
Thursday 18 November 2010
The final headliner for next year's Isle of Wight Festival was announced as Kasabian today.
Friday 29 October 2010
Elton John opened his own pop-up shop in Covent Garden to sell his old outfits. Kylie Minogue's costumes were the subject of an exhibition at the V&A. Yet despite being the frontman for the band named "Best Act in the World Today" at this week's Q Awards, Kasabian's Tom Meighan chose to dispose of the contents of his wardrobe at his local branch of Oxfam, in Leicester. The singer recently made two trips to deposit more than 100 items at the charity shop, including an £800 Vivienne Westwood jacket, signed T-shirts and Leicester City football strips. Meighan wore many of the garments at gigs and festivals; they have, allegedly, been washed since. "He was quite interested in how much money we made," store manager Ahsan Sheikh told the Leicester Mercury. "I said I'd let him know." (Let us know, too!) Among the apparel from Meighan's collection available to buy online is a pair of black jeans, which staff have helpfully placed in the "Women's Clothing" section of the store's website. Hmm. I always thought they looked a bit tight.
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