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Eminem was the only artist to take home two awards at the ceremony

Kings of Leon 'are Spinal Tap'

Kings of Leon say their band is exactly like being in 'Spinal Tap'.

Kings of Leon, 02 Arena, London

Four scruffy guys walk on to the stage amid a noise level that rivals thunder and take hold of their instruments. Familiar rifts entice the crowd as a sepia film brings the faces of the Followill family close up even to thosein the deepest corners of the 02.

Album: Mona, Mona (Zion Noiz/Island)

Much is expected of Nashville-based rockers Mona, winners of MTV's "Brand New for 2011" award.

Todd DiCiurcio makes UK debut in rock 'n' roll style

With his designer stubble, straggly mass of curls, uniform of tight black jeans and partially unbuttoned shirt Todd DiCiurcio looks like a long lost member of New York band The Strokes.

Caleb Followill to have 'traditional' wedding

Caleb Followill and his fiancee Lily Aldridge are having a "traditional" wedding.

Kings of Leon's Matthew Followill to become a father

Matthew Followill is to become a father.

Dive in: Staying cool in Palm Springs

Elvis and Sinatra fell in love with Palm Springs – and its iconic buildings and glitzy past mean this Californian desert city still has the power to charm

Maps & Atlases, XOYO, London

If there is one band of the moment who prove that geek is most definitely chic, it is the Chicago "math-rock" quartet Maps & Atlases.

Kings of Leon show cancelled after fire

A sell-out Kings of Leon concert at The O2 arena has been postponed after two tour buses were destroyed in a fire at the venue.

Doubt over Kings of Leon gig after bus blaze

Thousands of fans hoping to attend a sell-out show tonight by the group Kings of Leon were facing possible disappointment after two tour buses being used by the band were destroyed in a fire at the 02.

Kings of Leon to headline Isle Of Wight Festival

Chart-topping rock band Kings Of Leon are to be among the headliners for next year's Isle Of Wight Festival, it was announced today.

Album: Kings of Leon, Come Around Sundown (RCA)

It's not rare for performers to burn up in the sudden supernova of success, though one wouldn't have expected it of a band that has built as steadily as Kings Of Leon, from small-scale indie credibility to chart-invading star status.

Album: Kings of Leon, Come Around Sundown (RCA/Sony)

Failed coo: why it's still too early to poop the Kings' party

Hot Mess, Hawke & Hunter

Down the black lacquered stairs we go into the basement nightclub. The floor is striped with blue neon, the ceiling slashed with pink, a DJ plays Lady Gaga. We take our seats on leather sofas around the dancefloor.

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