News Lawson: his first big gig was supporting the Jackson Five at the Michigan State Fair in 1969

Leading session drummer who played with Jackson, Houston, Wonder, Clapton, Collins, Midler and Jarreau

Album review: Mayer Hawthorne, Where Does This Door Go? (Stones Throw/Island)

Blessed with a clear, warm voice that soars on choruses to a pure high-register croon, and all-round instrumental skills to rival Stevie Wonder, Mayer Hawthorne is a blue-eyed R&B prodigy admired even by those whose crown he threatens, such as Justin Timberlake.

Phil Neville will return to his old club Manchester United as a coach this summer to join David Moyes' backroom staff

Phil Neville set for return to Manchester United among David Moyes' backroom staff

Neville played for Moyes for eight years at Everton

<b>Wayne Rooney: </b><br/>
Ferguson has always been prepared to move on good players and Rooney, it appears, may be about to find that he is as dispensable as the others that feature on this list. The relationship between the manager and former star striker was tested when Rooney handed in a transfer request in 2010. All seemed well until Ferguson decided that a player that cost him £27 million to sign, is apparently not good enough anymore to pose a threat against Real Madrid. Is the writing on the wall for his United career? Click through to see the other United stars who were cast aside...

Glenn Moore: Despite Alex Ferguson's assertions, Wayne Rooney's future at Manchester United remains far from certain

The Manchester United manager says Rooney will not be sold

IoS album review: Various artists, Rolling with the Punches: The Allen Toussaint Songbook (Ace)

When it came to modernist funk, New Orleans composer, producer and performer Toussaint was your go-to guy.

1. Lace ball pendant shade, £36.98, B&Q. A cut-out lampshade diffuses the light and casts lacy shadows. 0845 609 6688, diy.com

Play the lace card: Add some Victoriana drama with a frilling touch

1. Lace ball pendant shade

Callier, whose music had timeless appeal, on stage during the 40th Montreux Jazz Festival in 2006

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He said when working with Beth Orton that music cut across age and race barriers

Singer Chris Brown won four 2011 BET Awards.

Bottle row for R&B artists Brown and Drake

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Album: Sam Sparro, Return to Paradise (Virgin/Positiva

Sooner than you could say "one-hit wonder", Sam Sparro sank from the public eye.

Album: East of Underground, Hell Below (Now Again)

Those who remember the Monty Python skit about the "groovy" Royal Navy recruitment campaign will be left jaw-dropped by Hell Below, an archival release featuring participants in actual US Army "Battle of the Bands" contests from the late 1960s.

Reginald D Hunter: White Woman,

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