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Drilling began at 11.15am at the West Sussex site as demonstrations entered their ninth day
X Factor veterans had mixed fortunes at the top of the charts this week as Jahmene Douglas went straight in at number one with his debut album but One Direction lost out to all-conquering Avicii in the singles.
A six-year-old boy who died in a farm accident in Northern Ireland has been named as Harry Starrett.
When Jimmy Page met the female Led Zep, he was in awe, he tells David Sinclair
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.
For the past five days, Glastonbury has been home to some 135,000 ticket holders.
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
Despite The Rolling Stones charging hundreds of pounds for tickets to their shows Glastonbury Festival founder Michael Eavis has said that the veteran rockers "weren't at all greedy" when they agreed to headline at Worthy Farm this weekend.
The Rolling Stones celebrated the release of their first single "Come On" by giving it a rare live performance to mark its 50th anniversary.
Former President’s appeal for heavy metal legends to play benefit gig fell on deaf ears
Wild horses couldn't drag many of the most die-hard of Rolling Stones fans to the kick-off of the band's North American tour - at least not at prices of up to a whopping $600 (£385) a ticket.
Those hoping to see the Rolling Stones headline Glastonbury had one last opportunity to purchase tickets at the weekend but the last batch sold out in just over an hour yesterday.
He was a master of the kind of demanding and elaborate set-up that anticipated Photoshop