Sandy Pearlman, a key pioneer in hard rock, best known as the svengali who propelled Blue Öyster Cult to fame, and who produced the Clash’s second album, has died aged 72.
Drummer was left with severe burns after 2008 crash that killed four people, and pleaded that people take his life
Woman interrupts reading to give the singer a bag of her possessions, taken from her tour truck in 1979
The British music business has started the year by trying to come to terms with the growing wave of brash, sometimes exciting and sometimes atrocious, new and very young bands who call themselves “punk” or “new wave.” EMI were first to wade in, and came badly unstuck on finding that the Sex Pistols were more than they could handle.
Protest songs thrive on combat.
Milan fashion week wouldn't be the same without Versace's unabashed high-voltage, rock-star glitz, and this season there was simply no stopping Donatella. For her new women's collection, she unleashed her latest look, which she has dubbed "vunk".
After claiming that their 2010 Christmas tour would be the last of their annual festive dates, the Pogues have, not unpredictably, reconsidered.