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Freddie Mercury statue unveiled on South Korean island
A die-hard Queen fan unveils a life-size bronze statue of frontman Freddie Mercury on South Korea's resort island of Jeju, after an eight-year quest to honour his late hero.
The guitar which broke up Oasis goes up for auction in Paris
The destruction of the red Gibson guitar was a ‘cult moment’ in music history according to the auctioneer.
Everything that happened at the BRIT Awards 2022
Each year guarantees a riotous, boozy night of music unlike any other. From Adele's clean sweep to a successful change of host, here's what went down at the this year's BRITs.
Neil Young 'Harvest' tribute concert to take place in Paris
The event will bring together a host of French musicians, singers, and composers, all fans of Young's 1972 chart-topping album 'Harvest'.
Meet the rock band shining a light on the people of Gaza's struggles
“Rock music worldwide is something that has been always stereotyped: people who scream. That is not rock music, rock music is a philosophy.”
Meat Loaf: 'Bat Out of Hell' singer dies at 74
His amazing career spanned 6 decades that saw him sell over 100 Million albums worldwide and feature in over 65 movies.
Out of the shadows: The Rasmus share their entry bid for Eurovision
The 'In The Shadows' anthem-makers will compete against six other artists to represent Finland at the 2022 Eurovision Song Contest.
Nirvana 'Nevermind' baby files another lawsuit for over €1 million
Spencer Elden – who features on the iconic cover as a naked baby – has doubled down on his case against the band after accusing them of exploitation.
Rolling Stones honoured with UK stamps featuring iconic perfomances
The Stones celebrate their 60th anniversary this year, after their drummer Charlie Watts died in August 2021, aged 80.
Naked Nirvana baby has Nevermind 'exploitation' lawsuit dismissed
Spencer Elden, now 30 years old, had his claim thrown out after representatives for the band's estate argued he has spent his life profiting from his appearance on the album cover.
Bruce Springsteen cashes in on music catalogue in $500 million deal
The New Jersey rocker confirmed news of the record-breaking deal on December 16, explaining he felt his music was safe in the hands of label.
David Bowie documentary coming soon from 'Montage of Heck' director
Brett Morgen's documentary of the late-Nirvana singer's complex life made serious waves at Sundance Film Festival in 2015. Can fans expect the same with David Bowie next year?
Over 900 collectibles on sale now at music's biggest auction
Every year music's richest collectors gather in New York City to witness the offerings of Julien's – the auctioneers responsible for rare guitars, setlists and fashion pieces worth millions of euros.
Eurovision superstars Måneskin to support the Rolling Stones in Vegas
The Italian rockstars will play to a crowd of 68,000 at a Las Vegas stadium next week in support of The Stones.
Pink Floyd's 'The Wall' artwork cooked up on Waters' kitchen table
Gerald Scarfe had worked as a political cartoonist for years before the band assigned him the task of designing the rock opera's cover and characters. He reveals the unconventional way it came about.
Iconic London music venue Koko to reopen after devastating 2020 fire
The small theatre, situated on the south end of London's iconic Camden Market, has hosted the likes of Coldplay, Taylor Swift, and Madonna for intimate shows.
Who is being inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame this year?
Six artists have been selected a panel of hundreds of rock experts and historians to receive the honour in Ohio later this month.
Elvis Presley fans celebrate in German city where he lived
Every year, the German town of Bad Nauheim, where Elvis Presley lived during his military service, hosts a festival dedicated to the King that brings together thousands of fans, most of them dressed in 1950s fashion.
Which music festivals are going ahead in Europe in 2021?
Missing live music? Here are all of the countries holding music festivals across Europe this summer.
British bands stung by post-Brexit touring costs
The UK music industry is facing a harsh reality, with Brexit making touring in the EU a difficult prospect with the added expenses of Visas, work-permits and VAT.
A 'normal man': John Lennon expert on the man behind the legend
Euronews spoke to Jude Kessler, author of myth-busting The John Lennon Series.
Guitar legend Eddie Van Halen dies of cancer, his family announces
"My father, Edward Lodewijk Van Halen, has lost his long and arduous battle with cancer this morning," Wolf Van Halen wrote on Twitter.
Jimi Hendrix legends and myths live on in Moroccan village
50 years after guitar legend Jimi Hendrix's untimely death, a village on Morocco's Atlantic coast pulsates with his memory.
Kurt Cobain's iconic guitar sells for €5.4 million
The instrument was used by the Nirvana frontman in his 1993 MTV Unplugged set, one of Cobain's last appearances before he died.
Chris Wright: Westminster chaos shows us our electoral system is not fit for purpose ǀ View
I’ve been thinking for some time about the way in which British politics is changing, and I have come to realise that the traditional two-and-a-half party system which has prevailed since the 1920s doesn’t really work anymore.
The concept of democracy in the UK is seriously under threat ǀ View
The new PM shows no sign of seeking a broad consensus on great national issues, no indication that he will make good on his promises during the leadership election and try to bring the country together.