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Farewell Tours - 'Thank you, see you at the reunion'

Every time we think we've said goodbye to a band, we know the comeback won't be far off. Simon Hardeman despairs of the bogus final tour

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The dear old Sixties! It was just one jolly jape after another &ndash; like boarding school

Album: Bettye Lavette, Interpretations (Anti-)

Raspin', chokin', dramatisin' soul veteran tackles a mixture of veteran Brit-rock songs, from the Animals, Beatles, Stones and The Who to Pink Floyd and Elton.

Stuck on you: How the world fell in love with stamp collecting again

Philatelists of the world unite! (Yes, all 2.5 million of you.) There's no need to feel embarrassed about your hobby, because stamp collecting is officially cool &ndash; and investors looking for a sure thing are driving up prices for the artistically admired little squares...

Stairway To Heaven 'UK's favourite rock song'

It is supposedly banned in some guitar shops and has become the stuff of cliche, but Led Zeppelin track Stairway To Heaven has been named the UK's favourite rock song.

The Who, Royal Albert Hall, London

Quadrophenia was an exercise in nostalgia even when the Who released the concept album in 1973.

Tom Rees: 'I thought I might not play again'

Tipped to be England captain until he broke his shoulder a year ago, Tom Rees could once again be the missing piece of Martin Johnson's jigsaw.

Famous names whose final stop was Golders Green crematorium

Golders Green Crematorium has been the final destination for an amazing list of the talented and famous. It is one of the best known crematoria in the world, and the oldest in London, having been opened in 1902, 17 years after cremation was legalised in Britain.

Pandora: A triumph of form over content?

An unexpected spat has broken out amongst the literati of Wales. Tessa Dahl, pictured, the statuesque mother of Sophie and daughter of Roald, is engaged in a harsh exchange of words with the organisers of the world's richest literary award, The Dylan Thomas Prize.

Super Bowl Diary: Brangelina's Public Display of Affection

Preparing, perhaps, for yesterday's announcement that they are to sue the News of the World over "false allegations" that they are splitting up, Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie turned the game into one big Public Display of Affection. The starry couple, who own a house in New Orleans' French Quarter, spent Super Bowl afternoon at the stadium, rooting for their team while exchanging hugs, smiles, and high-fives for the cameras.

Long live rock! The Who at the Super Bowl

Their generation? Bus-pass holders heading for the Zimmer. Yet tonight, resurgent in the US after five decades in the business, they play the Super Bowl. Barney Hoskyns salutes The Who

Noel Gallagher solo concerts announced

Noel Gallagher's only two concerts planned for this year have been announced as part of a string of charity gigs climaxing with a performance of Quadrophenia by The Who.

Conquering Normandy en famille

Normandy provides the perfect location for a family holiday with a difference

Gavin Bond: Music: Striking a rock and roll pose

These photographs of rock'n'roll royalty, taken by the celebrity photographer Gavin Bond, include shots of The Killers, Gwen Stefani, Grace Jones, Katy Perry and Girls Aloud.

Dom Joly: Baying for blood as 'credit punch' hits

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Martin Hardy: Mike Ashley must act now and end the Alan Pardew reign

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Isis is an hour from Baghdad, the Iraq army has little chance against it, and air strikes won't help

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