The Rolling Stones played a tiny club show in Los Angeles on Saturday night (April 27).
The gig took place at The Echoplex in the Echo Park neighbourhood, with most tickets distributed to fans via a ticket lottery which took place earlier in the day at the El Rey venue across town, after the news of the show went online that morning.
George Jones has died, aged 81.
Jones was reportedly hospitalized at the Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville, Tennessee with an illness on April 18.
Jones, whose songs included "White Lightening" and "Why Baby Why", was called "the second best singer in America" by Frank Sinatra.
He released his first album, Grand Ole Opry's New Star, in 1957. The previous year, he'd been named the Most Promising New Country Vocalist. He was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 1992, and in 2012 he was presented with a Grammy Lifetime Achievement award.
All Tomorrow's Parties have confirmed that their regular weekender events are to come to a close at the end of the year with two final 'End Of An Era' events - including Television playing "Marquee Moon" in full.
Laura Marling has unveiled the first four tracks from her new album Once I Was An Eagle via a short film, entitled When Brave Bird Saved.
Click below to watch the 18-minute long When Brave Bird Saved, which soundtracks the songs "Take The Night Off", "I Was An Eagle", "You Know" and "Breathe".
Bob Weir left the stage early last night (April 25), during a set by Further at the Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, New York.
According to music website jambase, Weir was seen struggling throughout the show and was eventually helped into a chair onstage by two crew members.
The band left the stage, returning without Weir.
The National played two songs from their forthcoming sixth studio album Trouble Will Find Me on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon last night (April 25).
The Brooklyn band performed "Sea Of Love" and a web exclusive of "I Need My Girl" on the programme – scroll down to watch footage of both.
David Bowie has finally broken his silence on his comeback album The Next Day.
American novelist Ricky Moody, writing for literary website The Rumpus, persuaded Bowie to comment – in a manner – on his album, after asking for a "work flow diagram" explaining his creative approach.
Jackson Browne features heavily in Uncut’s piece on the making of the Eagles’ Desperado – in the new issue, dated June 2013 and out now – and here, in this archive feature, originally from August 2010’s Uncut (Take 159), Browne takes us through the creation of his greatest albums. Interview: Bud Scoppa____________________
The Eagles have revealed that their forthcoming world tour may well be their last,
Speaking in London earlier today (April 25) ahead of the UK premier of their History Of The Eagles documentary at the Sundance London festival, the band opened up about their planned tour.