The producer of David Bowie's new album has ended hopes that the pop superstar will be returning to the stage or festival circuit.
Veteran rockers Black Sabbath have topped the charts thanks to sales of their best-selling vintage T-shirt.
They may have been sitting down in their tuxes rather than tearing across the stage in their flares, but in the words of Barack Obama: “Guys who are not completely youthful can still rock.”
Former first children recall life at world's most famous address
Rather than renting the same old boring Cornish cottage, how about staying in a bolthole with a creative past?
Audacious! Dynamic! Inspired! David Fincher's The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo is all of these – if only for its first three minutes.
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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.
As Madonna's brother accuses Lady Gaga of stealing her latest hit, Fiona Sturges says pop plagiarism claims miss the point
Alice Cooper has blasted Robert Plant for playing "folk music" instead of reforming Led Zeppelin.
Jay-Z has written a book about his lyrics – but others aren't so clear cut
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He is best known for singing the lead vocals on Free's 1970 hit All Right Now and Paul Rodgers tells John Walsh that he still enjoys being in the spotlight 40 years on
Birds of a feather rock together
Led Zeppelin guitar legend, Jimmy Page, today launched the Royal Mail’s much awaited New Year stamp collection featuring ten of the most iconic album covers of the last 40 years.
At a time when it's widely assumed that Jack White and a handful of unknown indie chums merits the accolade, Them Crooked Vultures is a supergroup worthy of the term, in the classic rock tradition of Blind Faith and ELP.