Former President’s appeal for heavy metal legends to play benefit gig fell on deaf ears
Seasick Steve was an overnight success at 65. He tells James McNair how he's adapted to life in the musical stratosphere
Robshaw confident his side can cope with hostility of Cardiff crowd but rejuvenated Wales have weaponry to take the title
Charlie Boyer and the Voyeurs
Former first children recall life at world's most famous address
For the majority of the all-seated crowd in Glasgow’s atmospheric underground railway arch venue, the suspicion is they’re here because of the ‘featuring John Paul Jones’ element of tonight’s bill.
Led Zeppelin will not be reuniting any time soon.
Teens were easy prey in an era with different morals
When Adele sings "Someone Like You" it is a moving piano ballad. But too many ham-fisted renditions by amateur ivory-tinklers has forced a Dublin music shop to ban customers from playing the hit tune.
Fine festival, shame about the music
In which Robert Plant's bandleader gathers to himself a supergroup of über-string-benders – Marc Ribot, Greg Leisz and, yep, Bill Frisell – and gets down to "messing up" a small canon of country songs in one room, live.
Ian Stewart rarely allowed in the public eye. Now, belatedly, tribute is to be paid, says John Walsh
Everybody loves you when you're dead
Sofia Coppola's new film is set in LA's Chateau Marmont, scene of scandals from Harlow to Depp. Gillian Orr checks the guest book
Norma Waterson and daughter Eliza Carthy have made an album about their relationship. Andy Gill looks at the phenomenon of musical dynasties
It is supposedly banned in some guitar shops and has become the stuff of cliche, but Led Zeppelin track Stairway To Heaven has been named the UK's favourite rock song.