Eric Clapton has just caught the biggest salmon of the year in an Icelandic river.
Here's the video for 'Carry On,' which marks the return of multi-million-selling Norah Jones. It's the lead track from Day Breaks, her sixth studio album.
Released on 7 October, Placebo’s career-spanning collection ‘A Place For Us To Dream’ brings together 38 highlights from their astounding 20-year career.
Nigel Gray, the man who recorded and engineered the first three albums by The Police, passed away last Saturday (30 July).
Scottish singer-songwriter Dean Owens is giving Hank Williams a new Caledonian angle with his Settin' The Woods On Fire: Songs of Hank Williams shows.
Joseph Knopfler, the son of guitar hero Mark, is the co-creator of Pedrino, an alcoholic tonic drink now available at selected UK retail and online outlets.
Tony Bennett will literally light up the Empire State Building in his home town of New York tonight, 3 August, on the day that he turns 90 years old.
Amy's Place, a home for women recovering from alcohol and substance abuse, was opened in London today (1 August) by the Amy Winehouse Foundation.
Elvis Costello is to follow his September concerts in Japan and Singapore by continuing his solo Detour in the Midwest and South of the US in October.
Havana Moon – The Rolling Stones Live In Cuba, capturing the band's historic free concert in Havana, will premiere in cinemas worldwide on 23 September.
Sandy Pearlman, the industry all-rounder perhaps best known as the producer of the Clash's second album Give 'Em Enough Rope, has died at the age of 72.
A troubled man for troubled times... cast your vote to get Alice Cooper ‘Elected’ in 2016.
The all-star tribute event Icon: The Life and Legacy of B.B. King, honouring one of the greatest names in blues history, will be staged on 1 September.
The great jazz drummer Billy Hart, still drumming up a storm at 75, is currently on tour in the US with his quartet.
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