Freddie Mercury sneaked Princess Diana into London gay club dressed as a man

Freddie Mercury dressed Princess Diana up as a male model to sneak her into a London gay club, it has been revealed. The revelation comes from the autobiography of comedienne Cleo Rocos' autobiography, which has been serialised in The Sunday Times. The 80's star attended the club with the couple and fellow comedian Kenny Everett.

Morrissey to release live DVD of Hollywood gig

Morrissey is set to release a new live DVD, according to reports. As Pitchfork says, a report on Morrisey-solo.com - which was subsequently confirmed by a representative - reveals that the singer's March 2 concert at Hollywood High School in LA will be released on DVD by Eagle Vision. You can see a clip from the show, in which Morrissey performs "The Boy With The Thorn In His Side", by clicking below. The setlist for the show in question was as follows: 'Alma Matters' 'Ouija Board, Ouija Board' 'Irish Blood, English Heart'

Producer Phil Ramone dies aged 79

US music producer Phil Ramone has died aged 79. Ramone, who was nicknamed the 'Pope of pop' by Billy Joel, who he produced many albums for, was known as a pioneer of digital recording and produced records for Bob Dylan, Paul Simon and Frank Sinatra among others. According to Billboard, Ramone was hospitalised in late February with an aeortic aneurysm and died at the New York Presbyterian Hospital on Saturday (March 30). Confirming his death, his son Matt Ramone said he was "very loving and will be missed".

Queens Of The Stone Age debut new song ‘My God Is The Sun’ at Lollapalooza Brazil – watch

Queens Of The Stone Age debuted new song "My God Is The Sun" at Lollapalooza Brazil on Saturday (March 30). The track is the first taste of new music from the Josh Homme-fronted group and is taken from the band's forthcoming new album …Like Clockwork. You can watch a video of the band playing the song by scrolling down the page and clicking 'play'.

Signed copy of Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band auctions for $290,500

A signed copy of The Beatles' Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band has sold at auction for $290,500 (£191,000). The record was purchased by an anonymous buyer at an auction in Dallas, US on Saturday (March 30). The sale was originally estimated to be around $35,000, with the final price shattering the previous record for a similar item, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
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