Apple Corp and EMI reach agreement
Live favourite released in advance of festival dates
Madonna, Foo Fighters and Duran Duran all confirmed for Live Earth
The powerful singer songwriter to play fourteen date tour
New tracks by The Flaming Lips and Yeah Yeah Yeahs
The band to play classic album George Best in it's entirety
The guy who thwacked Philip Schofield is back!
The nutty boys and US conquering Joss Stone to play alongside The Who and Keane
The leather-lunged rock survivor will play Newcastle in June
Springsteen to release DVD of last year's Dublin shows
See Iggy's band play live in Washington D.C.
Plus the American party rock band confirm another jaunt to the UK
Charismatic songwriter plays a second night at Triptych fest
The Seattle grungers cover The Who staple for new Adam Sandler film
Grindhouse OST features classic tracks as well as obscure one-hit wonders
Eddie Izzard also stars in new musical film Across The Universe
The Skids reform to play T In The Park too, 26 years after disbanding
First major worldwide record company agrees to ditch Digital Rights Management
EMI and Apple have reached an agreement to allow Beatles' music to be dowloaded
A live webcast at 1pm (GMT) will likely announce an EMI/iTunes collaboration
The story of Drake as an uncompromising musical visionary is told by Joe Boyd, John Wood, Richard Thompson, Ashley Hutchings, Beverley Martyn and more who knew the singer-songwriter.
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