Jesse Hughes

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French president François Hollande and mayor of Paris Anne Hidalgo unveil a commemorative plaque in front of the Comptoir Voltaire cafe  in Paris on Sunday,  during a ceremony to mark the first anniversary of the Paris terror attacks. Photograph: Christophe Petit Tesson/AFP/Getty

France marked the first anniversary of the November 13, 2015 massacres that killed 130 people with understated ceremonies at the six places where the(...)

A handout image provided by the Bataclan managment shows British musician Sting during his concert at the newly reopened Bataclan concert venue in Paris, France on Saturday. Photograph: EPA

Legendary Paris rock venue the Bataclan has reopened with an emotional gig by the British singer Sting, a year after jihadi gunmen burst in and killed(...)

Singer Jesse Hughes of US rock group Eagles of Death Metal. Two French music festivals have dropped the band from their summer line-ups. File photograph: Jonas Roosens/AFP/Getty Images

Two French music festivals have cancelled Eagles of Death Metal concerts this summer in reaction to comments by the band’s frontman over the Paris att(...)

Eagles of Death Metal singer has apologised for alleging the security guards at the Bataclan were involved in the Paris attacks last year. Jesse Hug(...)

Jesse Hughes (centre), lead singer of  the Eagles of Death Metal: Speaking on French television, Hughes, a   Republican and supporter of the National Rifle Association, said “Did your French gun control stop a single f**king person from dying at the Bataclan?”  Photograph: Joel Saget/AFP/Getty

The California rock group Eagles of Death Metal returned to Paris last night to complete the November 13th, 2015 concert that ended in a bloodbath whe(...)

Jesse Hughes, the singer of the American band “Eagles of Death Metal” in Stockholm earlier this week.

The frontman of the Eagles of Death Metal, the band that was performing at the Bataclan theatre in Paris when 90 people were murdered by terrorists la(...)

 Joshua Homme (left) and Jesse Hughes (centre) of the Eagles of Death Metal being interviewed by Vice. Photograph: Vice  Media/PA Wire

The California rock band that was playing in on the night of the Paris attacks survived the massacre at their concert, but others died seeking shelter(...)