Billy Talbot, bassist with Neil Young & Crazy Horse, has suffered a mild stroke, according to a report on Rolling Stone.
The story reports that Talbot will sit out the band's forthcoming European tour dates.
"Talbot's doctors expect him to make a full recovery," the group said in a statement. "They have advised Talbot to sit this tour out and recover his strength."
Talbot's place will be filled by Neil Young's longtime bassist Rick Rosas.
Jerry Lee Lewis has confirmed details of his new album, Rock & Roll Time on October 28 on Vanguard Records.
The album features a star–studded line up of guests including Keith Richards, Robbie Robertson, Ron Wood, Neil Young, Shelby Lynne, Nils Lofgren, Daniel Lanois and more.
Lewis says of the album, "This is a rock & roll record. That's just the way it came out." Rock & Roll Time is Lewis' third studio album in the past decade, following 2006's Last Man Standing and 2010's Mean Old Man.
The Who have announced a UK tour to celebrate the band's 50th anniversary.
The band's Who Hits 50 tour is being described by Pete Townshend as "Hits, picks, mixes and misses" and will see the band play their hit singles as well as tackling deeper cuts from their catalogue.
On the tour announcement, Roger Daltrey said, “This is the beginning of the long goodbye."
The stages are being dismantled, the last stragglers are leaving the site and the sheep are nervously making their way back to the fields of Avalon...
With Glastonbury over for another 12 months, here are the links to all our reviews from year's festival.
Glastonbury Day 1: Blondie, New Build, East India Youth
Ozzy Osbourne has revealed that he "can't imagine anything better" than receiving a knighthood.
The 65-year-old is at the centre of a petition started by fan Helen Maidiotis, who created the ‘The Knighthood of Ozz' campaign. She argues a knighthood is "well deserved and long overdue" for the Black Sabbath lead singer.
Jeff Beck has been forced to cancel his European tour in order to receive "emergency medical attention."
Beck was scheduled to begin the second leg of his tour in Austria on Thursday (June 27), but the legendary guitarist has been advised by his doctors not to perform for the next six weeks.
The Rolling Stones have paid tribute to the late soul singer Bobby Womack.
The band posted a message on their official website in response to the news that Womack had died on Thursday (June 27), aged 70.
The Rolling Stones released a UK No 1 cover of the song "It's All Over Now" in 1964, which was originally recorded by Womack’s group, The Valentinos.