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The comedian is on his Messiah Complex world tour
Arctic Monkeys and Plan B both turned on their fans. Bad move, says Elisa Bray
'I've hated all this Scando-porn serial killer stuff'
Even credible indie bands have their whole performance pre-loaded onto a laptop, according to J Willgoose Esq
Presenter Jonathan Ross has signed a further deal with ITV to extend his chat show on the station until the end of next year.
Rolling stones guitarist Keith Richards has spoken of the moment the band witnessed a man being killed in the crowd in front of them, and how they kept on playing to “distract people”.
Mick Jagger has hinted the Rolling Stones might play the same setlist at Saturday's Hyde Park gig that they played first time round in 1969 - but there will be no repeat of the stunt that saw him release hundreds of butterflies into the crowd.
Metal band Motorhead have been forced to cancel a number of summer concert dates due the ill health of frontmant Lemmy Kilmister.
Jamie Oliver has compared unhealthy packed lunches with child abuse and said the Government should do more to improve school meals.
Hopeful singer Alice Fredenham looked a world away from the shy hopeful with stage fright who featured on last week's Britain's Got Talent when she appeared on The Voice on Saturday night.
Mick Jagger has said he will live a "dull" life in the months leading up to the Rolling Stones show in Hyde Park to make sure he is on top form for the outdoor gig.
It’s not just girls that throw themselves at One Direction’s Harry Styles. During a gig in Scotland last night the teen heartthrob was hit in the groin by a flying shoe.
Frustrated that your favourite band never plays near you? Now, says Elisa Bray, you have the power to make it happen
Radio 1's Big Weekend just got bigger - with an extra day of music at the event which is being held in Londonderry this year.
The cellist Matthew Barley is marking Britten's centenary with an unusual tour
Online sales and illegal downloads may see HMV leave the high street