Football manager's habits as a guitar player have been reported by the Mirror.
Radio personality has discussed his excitement at the prospect of giving an airing to Chop Chop.
Never Say Die band to perform at the O2 Academy in the city.
Likes singer's LP Flaming Red.
Gotye left somewhat impressed by version on the music-tinged TV drama Glee.
June 4th set to see music action from Robbie...
It's subject will be revealed as part of a Radio 3 occasion.
But, she writes: "Take Note! This isn't my Album".
Facebook message reveals indie outfit are to remain separated.
Places at the music festival Traction are available to buy from today.
Piano player stashes them in his barn!
Hitting this neck of the woods for gigs.
He's "an amazing songwriter" says Jerry Bruckheimer.
Born to Run singer will be heard on forthcoming record of that name.
Candy singer's new collection is called Après.
Chart comes from Spotify playlists and includes Abba and Beyoncé.
"Something I would love to do", says drummer.
Potentially instrument-heavy endeavour from Who's Laughing Now songstress.
Late Thriller singer might have a holographic counterpart...
Over a year of chart time for LP.
Singer also performed on Graham Norton's programme last Friday.
Pop star Olly Murs, the man behind such songs as Heart Skips a Beat and Please Don't Let Me Go, is set to head out touring next March.
The BBC has said that music institution the Proms will see a reappearance from the complete symphonies of the composer Beethoven later this year.
Between the 13th of April until the 31st May 2012, anyone purchasing a Roland Jupiter-80 will receive an iPad 2 completely free of charge.
This summer is set to see singer Cheryl Cole's latest record, A Million Lights, hit the shops, it has been announced.
Next month is set to see a music-themed, weekend-spanning occasion dedicated to a famed conductor from Edinburgh, according to the BBC.
Blur fans – or those looking to become Blur fans - will need to start saving: a 21-disc collection dedicated to the band is set to hit shelves soon.
Given that she's had musical success stretching back to the early eighties – before any of One Direction were born - Madonna can probably be forgiven for a slight faux pas regarding the band.
The contents of a forthcoming soundtrack record for musical television programme Glee have been made public.
Gary Barlow is set to appear on our screens for music show The X Factor in 2012.
Singer Kate Bush has picked up an Ivor Novello Awards nomination for her album, 50 Words for Snow.
British punk group The Sex Pistols will be re-releasing one of their songs towards the end of next month.
Rapper Example, the man behind number one hits Stay Awake and Changed the Way You Kiss Me, is among those set to appear in Torbay at a Radio 1 festival, the BBC has announced.
Fans of Rufus Wainwright who live in the likes of Manchester, Birmingham and York will be pleased to hear that the musician is coming their way later this year to perform.
Earlier this week, Disposable Teens and Rock is Dead singer Marilyn Manson was accompanied by the famous actor Johnny Depp in a musical gig.
The wife of music lover Frank Tomes who was once the owner of many instruments has let a University of Edinburgh establishment have several, following his death.
Lady Gaga's latest tour is called the Born This Way Ball – presumably after her single and album Born This Way.
The Daily Star has published comments from an anonymous source saying that pop singer Lily Allen is "writing new tracks"
An article in the Telegraph has brought up the subject of possible percussion 'prejudices' as part of an interview with Colin Currie, a percussion player.
Singer Justin Bieber has thanked a One Direction member after they praised his LP.
Dr Jim Marshall OBE, helped define the 'Sound of Rock' with the introduction of Marshall Amps in 1962.
Artistically ambitious piano player and singer Regina Spektor has said that she 'can't rest until' certain songs are tackled appropriately in studio.
Piano player and singer Amanda Palmer has said that her record producer once sent her a piece of fan mail.
An academic has gone on record to bemoan the idea of "music being used like a weapon" in bus stations.
Jazz, country and big band – as well as a Wurlitzer rendition – will apparently be involved in a forthcoming BBC Radio 2 event.