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 George Michael, Bono, Paul McCartney, Freddie Mercury and Bob Geldof during the finale of the Live Aid concert at Wembley Stadium on July 13th, 1985. Photograph:   Georges De Keerle/Getty Images

Monday, July 13th, marks the 35th anniversary of 1985’s Live Aid, which was created as the follow-up to the successful 1984 charity single, Do Th(...)

Tim Burgess has become an unlikely musical hero of the lockdown period with his hugely enjoyable “Twitter Listening Parties”, but now the Charlatans f(...)

Michael Flatley and Ed Sheeran: both among Britain’s ten richest musicians. Photograph: PA Wire

Ed Sheeran has reportedly increased his wealth by £40 million (€45 million), staking a place in the top 10 of the UK’s annual music rich list. The 29(...)

Bryan Adams: the singer had been due to start a three-night residency in London’s Royal Albert Hall this week. Photograph: Tristar Media/Getty

Bryan Adams has made an expletive-filled attack on Chinese people over coronavirus, in the week he was due to start a concert residency at the Royal (...)

 Little Richard in 1966. File photograph: AP Photo

Richard Penniman, better known as Little Richard, who combined the sacred shouts of the black church and the profane sounds of the blues to create som(...)

Little Richard

Little Richard, one of the pioneers of the first wave of rock’n’roll, has died. He was 87. Richard – whose real name was Richard Penniman – had been (...)

 Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Ronnie Wood and Charlie Watts of The Rolling Stones perform during One World: Together At Home event.  Photograph: Getty Images

Not since Bob Geldof swore up a streak in front of millions of Live Aid viewers in 1985 has television witnessed a celebrity jamboree as glittering as(...)

The Rolling Stones perform during the One World: Together At Home broadcast. Photograph: Global Citizen’s One World: Together At Home/AFP via Getty Images

The One World: Together At Home event raised $127.9 million (about €118 million) for Covid-19 relief efforts, organisers have said. An array of stars(...)

The Rolling Stones will join Paul McCartney, Elton John, Andrea Bocelli, Celine Dion, Stevie Wonder and Jennifer Lopez in performing in the series of online concerts. Photograph: Mario Anzuoni/Reuters

The One World: Together at Home series of online concerts is set to raise more than $100 million (€91 million) to help the World Health Organisation ((...)

One World: Together at Home takes place on Saturday, April 18th, and a two-hour show will air on RTÉ on Sunday

What is One World: Together at Home? One World: Together at Home is a lockdown concert for a lockdown world. Some of the biggest artists in the world(...)

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