Arts and Entertainment Prince is sueing fans who post links to recordings of his live performances online

The singer is targeting 22 individuals for 'massive infringement' of his work

Prince in concert

Prince, La Zona Rosa, Austin Texas

The wristbands for Prince’s concert were purple – what else? Yet they should have been platinum, considering the value fans put on them.

International Women's Day: Why do we still treat single women as second-class citizens?

We aren’t tragic spinsters, desperately freezing our eggs and gazing wistfully out of the windows of our cold, stark bedsits, humming ‘someday my Prince will come’

Ed Harcourt's new album, 'Back Into the Woods', is out now

My Fantasy Band: Ed Harcourt

'Prince would look after the more dirty riffs...'

Album review: Wave Machines, Pollen (Neapolitan)

Liverpool art-rockers Wave Machines return, after three years, with a chiselled record of synth pop, rich with squiggles and shimmer.

Sinead O'Connor, St Luke's, LSO, London

The blunt, vulnerability of Sinead O’Connor’s shorn head appears stark as she stands on a large stage in the beautiful converted church of St Luke’s. But Ireland’s wild child, no stranger to controversy, who happily says “I’m as dry as a nun’s…” in a chapel, can lay her emotions bare more powerfully now than when her cover of “Nothing Compares 2 U” was number one in 14 countries in 1990.

Cinderella, St James Theatre, London

This bewitching take on Cinderella – first seen last year at the Tobacco Factory in Bristol – bounces off the Brothers Grimm adaptation of the story rather than the Disney-influencing  Perrault version.

Caught in the Net: Yo La Tengo refuse to fade away

On 14 January Hoboken's second-finest (no one can top Sinatra), Yo La Tengo return with Fade, their 13th full album release.

Gary Barlow honoured with Music Industry Trust Award

The Prince of Wales paid tribute to Gary Barlow as the Take That frontman was honoured at a prestigious music industry bash.

My Fantasy Band: Drew Christopherson Poliça

'It'd be hilarious to see Prince on the drums, dressed in a ridiculous outfit'

My Fantasy Band: Drew Christopherson Poliça

'It'd be hilarious to see Prince on the drums, dressed in a ridiculous outfit'

Prince, by Matt Throne

The eternal curse of rock histories is their earnestness. Every incident is weighted with wearying significance, because if the author doesn't take his subject seriously, who will?

Celebrities enter Big Brother house

Former Coronation Street star Julie Goodyear, Spandau Ballet's Martin Kemp and comedian Julian Clary were among the latest housemates to enter the Celebrity Big Brother house last night.

Katherine Jackson said she was in Arizona on doctor's orders

I was unaware I was missing, says Michael Jackson's mother

The mystery of Michael Jackson's mother's disappearance was resolved with the release of court papers that said she was kept from communicating with outsiders while at a resort and was unaware she had been reported missing.

Facebook to host science lesson live from the Albert Hall

School pupils are set to be taught a science lesson live on Facebook from the Royal Albert Hall.

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