Bon Iver closed All Points East festival on Sunday night, delivering a set of whispered melodies and electronica-tinged balladry.
Soul jazz singer and guitarist George Benson has said he “didn’t like all the attention” when he became famous in the 70s and “couldn’t go anywhere without being swamped”.
Two music industry managers with artists such as the Spice Girls, Little Mix and Olly Murs on their books are to be honoured for their contribution to the sector with a prestigious award.
Killing Eve, Patrick Melrose and A Very English Scandal will go head to head at the South Bank Sky Arts Awards, while Lily Allen is among the artists up for the pop prize.
Mumford & Sons turned east London’s Victoria Park into a huge sing-a-long as they celebrated Liverpool’s Champions League victory with a Beatles cover.
Roky Erickson, who fronted the Austin-based 1960s psychedelic rock band the 13th Floor Elevators, has died at the age of 71.
Taylor Swift took aim at Donald Trump as she gathered support for a pro-LGBT law in the US.
The Cosmopolitan Hotel And Casino in Las Vegas has apologised to rapper Meek Mill after he accused the resort of racism for barring him from its premises.
Lewis Capaldi’s debut album has secured its second week at the top of the UK albums chart.
Glastonbury performers have “big ideas” for this year’s festival, Emily Eavis has said.