Bobby Womack admitted he'd had an affair with Linda; the brothers did not speak for years
"Teardrops" singer Cecil Womack has died, aged 65, his brother and fellow musician has confirmed in an emotional Facebook message referencing their troubled relationship.
Today's announcement that reclusive rocker David Bowie is back in business years after the world assumed he had retired will not come as a shock to anyone who has followed his career.
Music fans are buying British - with the three top-selling albums of the year all produced by home-grown talent.
Peddlers of hype would have people believe that singer/songwriter Lianne La Havas is very good at what she does. They would be wrong - she is exceptional.
“If you don’t believe in something, then you’ll fall for anything,” Plan B snarls on the forlorn “Lost My Way”, and the solemn 28-year-old rapper is big on “belief”. However, we get precious little actual dialogue tonight at this desperately hip album launch, with almost certainly the poshest soap of any venue toilet in London.
Despite announcing her pregnancy only two weeks ago the singer Adele is reportedly due to give birth in September.
Tour and greatest hits album sees Eighties star earn more than even golden girl Adele
Adele has led the way – and now a new crop of young artists like Michael Kiwanuka Emeli Sandé and Daley are spearheading the great soul revival
Amy's goddaughter is shortlisted for an award at the Mobos, which will feature a tribute to the late singer
Harvey won the award in 2001 but could not attend the ceremony as she was stuck in the US due to the 9/11 attacks
A Jackson who's still a real thriller
A biopic of Marvin Gaye is set for the screen, but the singer's family are not happy about it, discovers Geoffrey Macnab
Aretha Franklin is planning a huge star-studded bash to celebrate her 69th birthday tomorrow.
Adele's "rotten" father has never seen her perform.
Her label has thrown the works at the second album by croak-voiced Brit-School brat Adele Adkins, with top producers from both sides of the Atlantic (Rick Rubin, Paul Epworth) and a roll-call of songwriters you’ve never heard of but who wrote half the top 10, conspiring to create a more rootsy sound for 21 than her debut 19.