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Coronavirus Outbreak: Paul McCartney, Ed Sheeran among 1,500 British musicians who urge government to aid live music business
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Coronavirus Outbreak: Paul McCartney, Ed Sheeran among 1,500 British musicians who urge government to aid live music business

The artistes wrote an open letter calling for clear timelines on reopening of music venues, and support for businesses to survive the coronavirus pandemic

The Rolling Stones contemplate legal action against Donald Trump over usage of their song in election campaign
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The Rolling Stones contemplate legal action against Donald Trump over usage of their song in election campaign

The Trump campaign played the Rolling Stones' 1969 hit 'You Can't Always Get What You Want' at a rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma, despite a cease and desist notice from 2016

Coronavirus Outbreak: Rolling Stones release new track Living in a Ghost Town, part-recorded during lockdown
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Coronavirus Outbreak: Rolling Stones release new track Living in a Ghost Town, part-recorded during lockdown

As the coronavirus pandemic restrictions started rolling out across the world, The Rolling Stones adjusted some of the previous lyrics and added other finishing touches to the mix

Abbey Road, 50 years on: Beatles' album represented the band as an entity, signalled the passing of an era
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Abbey Road, 50 years on: Beatles' album represented the band as an entity, signalled the passing of an era

Although Let It Be was released in 1970, Abbey Road was the last album the Beatles recorded, a mixing session for Lennon’s portentous I Want You (She’s So Heavy) was the last time all four members were in the studio together.

Podcast roundup: Our picks for the week, from Hilarious World of Depression to The Food Chain
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Podcast roundup: Our picks for the week, from Hilarious World of Depression to The Food Chain

When there is a podcast on nearly every subject under the sun, finding one to suit your interests may seem daunting. To help you tune into one that's really worth your while, here is our weekly list of curated podcasts

The Kinks set to reunite after 20 years; frontman Ray Davies confirms they are recording a new album
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The Kinks set to reunite after 20 years; frontman Ray Davies confirms they are recording a new album

Ray Davies said that he had been working in the studio with brother Dave Davies and drummer Mick Avory and they were "making a new Kinks album".

Peter Stringfellow, prominent British 'gentlemen's club' owner, dies at 77 after battling lung cancer for years
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Peter Stringfellow, prominent British 'gentlemen's club' owner, dies at 77 after battling lung cancer for years

Peter Stringfellow boasted that he spotted The Beatles booking them for a pittance though they had a number 1 hit when they performed at his club in 1963.

The Rolling Stones frontman, legendary rockstar Mick Jagger makes a surprise visit to India
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The Rolling Stones frontman, legendary rockstar Mick Jagger makes a surprise visit to India

Jagger was seen wearing a black suit with shades and standing in the premises of Jodhpur's Umaid Bhawan Palace in Rajasthan.

The Rolling Stones release a collection of rare songs and recordings with new album
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The Rolling Stones release a collection of rare songs and recordings with new album

The Rolling Stones have released an album of rarely heard radio recordings.

The Rolling Stones perform in France as part of 'No Filter' Europe Tour 2017
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The Rolling Stones perform in France as part of 'No Filter' Europe Tour 2017

The Rolling Stones' 'No Filter' tour sees the band perform on 13 dates across Europe.

The Rolling Stones' Blue & Lonesome is a return to the band's blues core: What took them so long?
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The Rolling Stones' Blue & Lonesome is a return to the band's blues core: What took them so long?

Blue & Lonesome might just be The Rolling Stones’ most inspired work in a long, long time.

Like a rolling stone: Grateful Dead, Stones' tour manager Sam Cutler on the rock-n-roll life
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Like a rolling stone: Grateful Dead, Stones' tour manager Sam Cutler on the rock-n-roll life

Back in the '70s, when rock and roll counterculture was at its peak, Cutler had one of the toughest jobs in the world: he was a tour manager to The Rolling Stones and The Grateful Dead. In his book, You Can't Always Get What You Want, he writes about what it was like to be on the road in the 1960s and 1970s

Alibaba signs digital distribution deal with music rights group BMG
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Alibaba signs digital distribution deal with music rights group BMG

Germany's BMG music rights company said on Monday it had signed a music digital distribution deal with China's Alibaba as the world's largest e-commerce firm firms up its bid to become a digital media empire.

Before PM Modi, there were the Spice Girls: Biggest acts to rock Madison Square
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Before PM Modi, there were the Spice Girls: Biggest acts to rock Madison Square

It's not just Modi, several musicians, athletes as well priest have enjoyed a full house at Madison square, one of New York's most celebrated entertainment and sporting arena. Take a look at other rocking events at the same venue here.

Is Mick Jagger over L’Wren Scott?
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Is Mick Jagger over L’Wren Scott?

Musician Mick Jagger of has sparked rumours he's dating a mystery brunette after he was spotted flirting with her

Old time Rock n' roll: Rolling Stones rock Hyde Park after 44 years
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Old time Rock n' roll: Rolling Stones rock Hyde Park after 44 years

The band played on a stage surrounded by fake trees and foliage —"like a cross between Wimbledon and a pantomime forest," Jagger said — but it was scarcely necessary.

The Rolling Stones at 50, still not fading away
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The Rolling Stones at 50, still not fading away

The band members are celebrating Thursday by attending a photo exhibition chronicling their career.

EMI in Talks to Sell Unprotected MP3s
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EMI in Talks to Sell Unprotected MP3s

Music company EMI Group PLC has been talking with online retailers about possibly selling its entire digital music catalog in MP3 format without copy protection.