Adele, Neil Young and Aerosmith's Steven Tyler are among the artists who have previously complained Donald Trump didn't ask permission to use their music
The Rolling Stones have embarked upon another tour and marked the event with a rare treat for fans: the first performance of their track "She's a Rainbow" in 18 years.
"I Can't Get No Satisfaction - and the WiFi won't connect either"
Jagger is old friends BBC Creative Director Alan Yentob, who will also be working on the project
Now this is a place with real pedigree. I don't mean it used to be owned by Pierre Koffmann or helmed by Marco Pierre White or picked up a Michelin star under Raymond Blanc. Oh no. In Edwardian times it was a theatre-cum-dancehall-cum-bioscope (an early form of cinema, where punters could watch footage of King Edward VIII's funeral).
Decision to ban controversial chart topper follows on from Edinburgh University last week
Festival-goers will be able to buy coach and ticket packages early
Trying to shock audiences at award shows isn't anything new - but this time it's moved into mocking territory
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”.
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”.
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.
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.
As the Rolling Stones headline on Saturday, their multi-generational fans tell Oscar Quine how the festival gets them just what they want
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.
Hundreds of festivalgoers proved they had the moves like Jagger by taking part in a Jumping Jack Flashmob at Glastonbury.
See pictures of the revellers arriving at Worthy Farm, Somerset