Kylie Minogue has taken a trip down memory lane on her 52nd birthday, by sharing two black and white photos of herself as a young girl.
The BBC Proms is planning a “virtual” opening of the world-famous event and a live last night to “bring the nation together”.
Sir Bob Geldof has said that a publicity stunt by the Boomtown Rats which saw 1,000 rodents posted to radio hosts was “basically the end” of the band’s chances of finding success in the US.
Robbie Williams and Take That will perform hits including Pray, Shine and Back For Good during their online reunion concert.
Prince’s record for the longest residency at the O2 Arena in London has been broken by the NHS.
Ellie Goulding has explained the two parts of her upcoming album saying the first half symbolises “growing up and becoming a woman”.
American singer Billie Eilish has posted a short film on social media addressing body shaming in which she says “Though you’ve never seen my body, you still judge it and judge me for it. Why?”.
The 1975 and social media star KSI are in a close race for this week’s number one album.
Andrea Bocelli has revealed that he and “certain members” of his family contracted coronavirus, but fully recovered by the end of March.
The BBC will mark the cancelled Glastonbury Festival by airing classic performances, including by Adele, Beyonce and David Bowie, across the weekend it was due to take place.
The Entertainment Retailers Association (ERA) has welcomed guidance that non-essential stores could reopen next month, calling it a “huge relief” for the music industry.
Tony Hadley has been thanked by a Singaporean man who he helped to win a cash prize from a radio station after they claimed he had mispronounced the singer’s name.
Take That’s Mark Owen and former Oasis singer Liam Gallagher are among the music stars hosting a mass doorstep singalong for Manchester on Thursday.
Jimmy Cobb, a percussionist and the last surviving musician to play on Miles Davis’ groundbreaking 1959 jazz album Kind Of Blue, has died aged 91.
The Prince of Wales has paid tribute to musicians, singers and dancers across the UK who have had to deal with the “heartbreaking” cancellation of performances due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Tori Amos has said she is “grieving” for the state of the music industry during the coronavirus pandemic.
Locksmith has said taking part in Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins changed his mind about his music career.
Professor Green has said championing talking about mental health is a conversation he rallies at “every opportunity”.
Grimes has confirmed that she has changed the name of her baby with Elon Musk to comply with California state law.
Brian May has said he had a heart attack and was “very near death”.
The Prince of Wales will reveal how he once converted a police officer assigned to protect him to the music of Richard Wagner.
Lady Gaga and Ariana Grande are heading for Number One in the singles chart.
Conductor Charles Hazlewood has said he had to go on a “long process of recovery” as a result of the sexual abuse he suffered as a child.
Lana Del Rey has dismissed the controversy surrounding her comments on double standards in the music industry and accused critics of looking for “drama”.
Robbie Williams has revealed his father has been diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease.
Lady Gaga and Ariana Grande dance through a rainstorm of flying daggers in the music video for their collaboration Rain On Me.
Lewis Capaldi’s Divinely Uninspired To A Hellish Extent has returned to the top of the UK albums chart on its first anniversary.
Katy Perry has said that living with children during the lockdown means she is “learning to be a mum fast”.
Dizzee Rascal has helped distribute meals and food parcels in the community he grew up in.
Stormzy’s #Merky Books publishing imprint is set to release a new series of non-fiction titles.