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Bill Clinton turns down offer to play saxophone on US band Firework's album

Bill Clinton turns down offer to play saxophone on US band Firework's album

Email informed band former US President's calender is 'quite full'

Royal Blood, Jamie T, Sleater-Kinney confirmed for 6 Music Festival

Royal Blood, Jamie T, Sleater-Kinney confirmed for 6 Music Festival

Maximo Park, Jon Hopkins and The War On Drugs will also play this year's event on Tyneside

O2 Priority Tickets for The Vaccines, Elbow and more available tomorrow

O2 Priority Tickets for The Vaccines, Elbow and more available tomorrow

Pre-sales for live dates are available to purchase from 9am on Wednesday

Alabama Shakes, Django Django and Slaves announced for The Great Escape 2015

Alabama Shakes, Django Django and Slaves announced for The Great Escape 2015

Tobias Jesso Jr, Dutch Uncles are among the 150 artists announced for the Brighton festival today (January 27)

Stereophonics, Van Morrison, Paul Weller, The Who, Noel Gallagher to headline Teenage Cancer Trust

Stereophonics, Van Morrison, Paul Weller, The Who, Noel Gallagher to headline Teenage Cancer Trust

Acts will perform at London's Royal Albert Hall in March

London's 12 Bar Club re-opened by squatters

London's 12 Bar Club re-opened by squatters

The iconic Soho venue was officially shut down earlier this month

Noel Gallagher, Florence And The Machine and The Prodigy to play Benicàssim 2015

Noel Gallagher, Florence And The Machine and The Prodigy to play Benicàssim 2015

Portishead will also appear along with Bastille and Clean Bandit

Coldplay, Ed Sheeran, Mark Ronson to headline disability-friendly gigs

Coldplay, Ed Sheeran, Mark Ronson to headline disability-friendly gigs

Members club Why Not People? puts on gigs for people living with disabilities

Demis Roussos, solo singer and Aphrodite's Child frontman, dies aged 68

Demis Roussos, solo singer and Aphrodite's Child frontman, dies aged 68

Singer sold more than 60 million albums worldwide

Today's new releases: Pond, The Charlatans and more

Today's new releases: Pond, The Charlatans and more

Plus new albums from Gaz Coombes, Jessica Pratt, Twerps and Natalie Prass

Tame Impala, Sufjan Stevens and The War On Drugs for End Of The Road festival

Tame Impala, Sufjan Stevens and The War On Drugs for End Of The Road festival

Stevens' headline slot will be his first ever UK festival show

David Cameron says he'd rather listen to Bryan Ferry than Jay Z in radio interview

David Cameron says he'd rather listen to Bryan Ferry than Jay Z in radio interview

The UK PM also says he'd rather watch a hip-hop show than Big Brother

Joan Jett and fellow musicians pay tribute at Kim Fowley's funeral

Joan Jett and fellow musicians pay tribute at Kim Fowley's funeral

Fowley died at the age of 75 after a long battle with bladder cancer

Serj Tankian and Rage Against The Machine's Tom Morello cover 'Crazy Train' – listen

Serj Tankian and Rage Against The Machine's Tom Morello cover 'Crazy Train' – listen

Song is part of new covers album dedicated to Randy Rhoads

Cause of A$AP Yams' death is still unknown, police and medical experts say

Cause of A$AP Yams' death is still unknown, police and medical experts say

Founding member of rap collective A$AP Mob was found dead earlier this week

Midweek Chart Update: Fall Out Boy battling Mark Ronson for Number One spot

Midweek Chart Update: Fall Out Boy battling Mark Ronson for Number One spot

US pop-punk band are narrowly ahead at today's midweek point

Johnny Depp: 'Actors who start bands make me sick'

Johnny Depp: 'Actors who start bands make me sick'

'Pirates Of The Caribbean' star is an accomplished guitarist but insists he'll never form 'The Johnny Depp Band'

RockNess festival in Scotland cancelled for second year in a row

RockNess festival in Scotland cancelled for second year in a row

It is thought organisers were struggling to make ends meet

O2 Priority Tickets for Take That, Meghan Trainor and Catfish & The Bottlemen available tomorrow

O2 Priority Tickets for Take That, Meghan Trainor and Catfish & The Bottlemen available tomorrow

Pre-sales for live dates available to purchase

The Jesus And Mary Chain lead latest additions to NOS Alive 2015 festival

The Jesus And Mary Chain lead latest additions to NOS Alive 2015 festival

Jessie Ware and Young Fathers join headliners Muse at Portugese festival

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