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Porcelain bowl from sunken Chinese ship to be auctioned in Northumberland
The return of the vinyl LP is not just a nostalgic interlude, but a change in buying habits that is music to the ears of the region's independent record stores
Rick Astley, Ronnie Wood and John Lennon feature in Newcastle University students' auction of postcard art
North East actress Denise Welch married her fiance in Portugal as her son Matthew supported The Rolling Stones with his band The 1975
MUSIC producer Geoff Wonfor and former Lindisfarne drummer Ray Laidlaw are friends whose work has brought them in touch with some of the best musicians of the time.
Classic rockers The Police were confirmed today as headliners for one of the country’s top music festivals.
A NEW radio station is set to provide North-East businesses with a way of reaching out to a more profitable target market.
AFTER recording more than 1,500 songs in 15 languages, Nana Mouskouri is finally saying goodbye to the stage.
HUNDREDS of fans have joined the campaign to get their favourite anthem back on the playlist at St James’s Park.
LETHAL BIZZLE — BACK TO BIZZNIZZ (V2): Lethal Bizzle makes a strong bid here for my award for best song title of the year, with the brilliantly-named Selfridges Girl Not On MySpace.
As Rod Stewart prepares to strut his tartan stuff before a crowd at St James's Park tonight, let us take you back to previous great nights of rock music at the football stadium.
A singing waitress hung up her apron yesterday as she signed a £1.5m deal with the Rolling Stones' record label.
Oprah Winfrey is the world's most powerful celebrity, according to a list compiled by business magazine Forbes.
Musicals star Peter Karrie is back in the region tomorrow. Entertainment Editor Gordon Barr has the details.
Pop stars from the 1950s to the present day will feature in a new North-East exhibition.
The well-respected legend that is Patti Smith rolled into the North East last night to play a blinding gig and reminded us why she remains the queen of punk.
Tinariwen at The Sage Gateshead
News that Keith Richards snorted his dead father's ashes appalled me, but not for the obvious reason.
Indie rock band Idlewild are performing in Newcastle tonight as part of a UK tour.