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Rolling Stones' Keith Richards on 'terrible murder' at 1969 gig

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”.

Hard Rock Calling in Hyde Park in 2012 (above) and the same festival in 2013 at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park

East v West London battle for music festival dominance as relaunched Hyde Park takes on Olympic Park rival

A geographical battle for the capital’s musical soul begins tomorrow when Hyde Park is relaunched as a gentrified, “green” concert location in a £3 million bid to lure festival-goers from an Olympic Park site described as a “concrete dustbowl”.

Steve Richards: Rock N Roll Politics, Soho Theatre, London

Given that I'm currently embroiled in a bitter political battle against my local council (albeit with the hearty support of my MP) I might be Steve Richards' toughest audience member tonight, somewhat resistant to the idea that politicians are human beings, insecure and tortured by dilemma.

A lock of Mick Jagger's hair goes on auction at Bonhams in London

Rolling Stones heirloom? Lock of Sir Mick Jagger's hair snipped by ex-girlfriend Chrissie Shrimpton fetches £4,000 at auction

A clump of Sir Mick Jagger’s hair has fetched £4,000 at auction, twice its estimated sale price and more than four times the £900 raised for a lock of bandmate Keith Richards’ barnet.

Lead singer Marcus Mumford performs during a concert by Mumford & Sons at Glastonbury Festival

Glastonbury 2013 exposure sends Mumford & Sons heading for number one in the UK album charts

The Rolling Stones might have been who everybody talked about, but Glastonbury’s final headliners seem to have benefitted most from their exposure on the Pyramid stage this weekend as Mumford & Sons are heading for number one – despite not having released a new record.

Festival-goers leave Glastonbury Festival as the clean up begins

Glastonbury 2013: The party's over, now it's time to tidy up the mess

For the past five days, Glastonbury has been home to some 135,000 ticket holders.

In brief: Mark Fisher

Further to your obituary of Mark Fisher (28 June), he will be remembered for breaking new ground with rock shows, and moving on from the ghastly video screen with a picture of the performer into things that added so much more to the experience, writes Nick Mason, Pink Floyd drummer.

The Rolling Stones will be dropping off at Worthy Farm on their 50 and Counting anniversary jaunt

Not Rolling over: The Stones still debating Glastonbury TV coverage hours before headline gig

The Rolling Stones are still telling the BBC they can't always get what they want when it comes to television coverage of their set at Glastonbury.

Liam Gallagher returns to open Glastonbury 2013 with Beady Eye

He swore he would never play Glastonbury again after headlining with Oasis nearly 10 years ago - but on Friday Liam Gallagher's Beady Eye kicked off events at the festival.

The Rolling Stones will be dropping off at Worthy Farm on their 50 and Counting anniversary jaunt

Our elder rockers have outgrown our descriptions

Plus: Opera in English? Sorry, I'll need that in writing and some frankly filthy language at the Globe this summer

Festival goers dancing to the music of The Rolling Stones during a 'Jagger off' flash mob, at the Glastonbury Festival, at Worthy Farm in Somerset.

Glastonbury Festival 2013: Revellers prove they've got the moves like Jagger in Jumping Jack Flashmob

Hundreds of festivalgoers proved they had the moves like Jagger by taking part in a Jumping Jack Flashmob at Glastonbury.

Festival goers arriving for Glastonbury Festival at Worthy Farm in Somerset

Glastonbury 2013: Thousands queue overnight for Britain's biggest music festival (praying that the rain stays away)

See pictures of the revellers arriving at Worthy Farm, Somerset

The only 8 pairs of shoes Emma Watson (or any woman) will ever need

Actress Emma Watson raised eyebrows with her admission that she owns only eight pairs of shoes. The Independent's Assistant Fashion Editor thinks she's got it just right

Sir Paul McCartney's musician son James

Sir Paul McCartney's son James gives 'excruciating' television interview on BBC Breakfast

The musician, 35, replied to answers in mono-syllables and appeared confused by the word 'prerequisite'

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