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Rolling Stones hint they'll add extra dates to American tour

If you're upset that the Rolling Stones are not coming to your city on their upcoming nine-date American tour, don't be too stressed — the rockers have hinted that more appearances might be added.

Andy McSmith's Diary: Another Tory MP red-faced after accidental porn tweet

The lurid mix of a Twitter, pornography and a Tory MP has struck again, though this time the MP is not to blame. Rob Wilson, MP for Reading East, was making a point about David Bennett, the market trader who challenged Iain Duncan Smith to live off £53 a week, though his weekly income is not £53 as he implied, but £156. To help spread the message, Rob Wilson tweeted using a link supplied by someone at Conservative headquarters. Unfortunately, because of what the Tories euphemistically call a "technical hitch", the link users to a hard core pornography site.

The Rolling Stones, Charlie Watts (L), Mick Jagger (C) and Keith Richards (R) perform during '12-12-12 The Concert For Sandy Relief' December 12, 2012 at Madison Square Garden in New York.

Rolling Stones to play Hyde Park 44 years after Brian Jones tribute

The Rolling Stones will play a Summer concert in the heart of Mayfair for those who find Glastonbury’s muddy fields too tortuous to negotiate.

Chris Martin of Coldplay performing in Melbourne last November

Are Coldplay's lachrymose ballads really better than The Beatles? Rush Of Blood To The Head voted 'best album of all time'

Coldplay's second album has been named the favourite album of all time by radio listeners. A Rush Of Blood To The Head triumphed in a poll of Radio 2 listeners which saw The Beatles placed at just number eight.

Paula Radcliffe is helped up after pulling out of the women’s marathon at the Athens Olympics

Kevin Garside: Nothing can erase what Radcliffe has achieved but her race is run

One more 10k is all she asks, one more crack. She is 39. It’s over

Tony Parsons: 'Boxing gives you confidence - and it's good to be able to take a knock'

Men should look after their bodies better Ryan Giggs will be playing for Manchester United when he's 40 and it's yoga which makes that possible – he's England's greatest advocate. Men have got this image of classes filled with beautiful lithe women bending over backwards to the sound of Buddhist temple bells. That's exactly right – and I've found that it's one of the most wonderful things about it.

A new genre of literature

Bonnet rippers: a new kind of romantic fiction

This week I learnt about a new genre of literature. In a fascinating article in the LA Review of Books, writer Valerie Weaver-Zercher explored the growing popularity of Amish romance novels (including the ones pictured). The headline? Bonnet Rippers. I LOVE it. An update on the bodice ripper, but so much more chaste.

Paperback review: The Rolling Stones: Fifty Years, By Christopher Sandford

It seems as if The Rolling Stones have an infinite amount of rock ‘n’ roll memories to mine for all the biographies written about them.

Fearne Cotton has given birth to a baby boy.

Fearne Cotton gives birth to baby boy called Rex

Fearne Cotton has become a mum, the Radio 1 DJ announced.

Ronnie Wood, Mick Jagger and Keith Richards perform a selection of classic hits

Ronnie Wood to persuade Rolling Stones to headline Glastonbury

Rolling Stones star Ronnie Wood has revealed he is planning to persuade the rest of the band to headline Glastonbury this year.

Album review: Aaron Neville, My True Story (Blue Note)

The voice of Aaron Neville is one of the most beautiful sounds in the world, but he's always going to be more comfortable on ballads than on swingers.

Poll: Is Lady Gaga wrong to use guns as a fashion accessory?

She's had some bizarre outfits in her time (remember the meat dress?), but Lady Gaga may have finally taken it too far with this machine gun bra.

David Bowie released the single on his 66th birthday

David Bowie 'won't be touring' his producer Tony Visconti confirms

The producer of David Bowie's new album has ended hopes that the pop superstar will be returning to the stage or festival circuit.

Ry Cooder

The best music of 2012: Rock, folk & Americana

For me, there was no single outstanding album this year – but that doesn't mean there weren't several very good ones.

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