Bad Romance by Lady Gaga is the most catchy earworm with Kylie Minogue's aptly-named Can't Get You Out Of My Head in second place, according to academic research.
Singer Gloria Gaynor has revealed herself to be a Courier reader as she praised the policeman who entertained a pub crowd with her hit song I Will Survive after being called in to deal with a brawl.
Depeche Mode have said their first UK stadium gig in more than 20 years feels like "a risk".
Calvin Harris has returned to The X Factor despite trying to make a mockery of the "terrible" show seven years ago.
A live music performance involving Alex Kapranos, Stuart Braithwaite and Emma Pollock is to be part of next year's Glasgow Film Festival (GFF).
Vinyl records enjoyed a staggering renaissance in 2016, with sales jumping to their highest level in 25 years as Millenials continued to discover the delights of listening to their favourite artists on 12-inch.
Beyonce, Drake and Justin Bieber are in the running to win at the 21st anniversary edition of the Mobo Awards.
Adele’s third studio album, 25, was Christmas’s most unwanted CD, figures show.
Swedish pop group Abba will be "reuniting" formally for first time since their split over 30 years ago to work on a project with music mogul Simon Fuller.
A previously unheard original vocal which David Bowie recorded for Lazarus, his last release before his death, will be broadcast in a new BBC film on the star's final five years.