Ozzy Osbourne has responded to a campaign to make him a knight by telling Time Out magazine that he can't imagine anything better than becoming Sir Ozzy.
Multi-million-selling Belgian star Stromae, whose ‘Ta Fête’ is the official Belgium World Cup song, has been winning friends on his concert tour of America.
The California group, fronted by sisters Alana, Este and Arielle Haim along with drummer Dash Hutton, shot to prominence with their ‘Days Are Gone’ debut.
Beck’s fans in Detroit might have been kicking themselves that they didn’t get there in time to see the support act: it was Beck.
It was a great Sunday for Stevie Wonder, who returned to the top 15 of the UK album chart & celebrated with a headline set at London’s Calling Festival.
After their headliner at the Download Festival, Aerosmith topped the Saturday night bill at the Calling Festival on Clapham Common in south London.
Drummer Ian Paice, the rock of Deep Purple as the only member to have been in the band continuously from their inception in 1968.
Nine giants of Memphis music have been named, at a press conference at Hard Rock Café, to be 2014 inductees into the Memphis Music Hall of Fame.
Modern rockers The 1975 were among those acts getting in early on the Glastonbury Festival action last night (Thursday 26)...
The multi-million-selling folk heroes have issued a press release promising 'some expected (and unexpected) surprises throughout.'
Sam Smith's ‘In The Lonely Hour’ entered The Billboard 200 at 2, selling more copies in its first week than any other debut album by a British male artist.
Striking Matches, the Nashville duo of Sarah Zimmermann and Justin Davis wowed a packed audience at London’s Borderline club last night.
He was 19, and still so unknown that they spelt his name wrong. Frank Sinatra’s first driver’s licence is up for auction.