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Roll up, tune in and drop out: an oral history of The Rolling Stones’...

Roll up, roll up, to the maddest, baddest, wildest, druggiest and most devil-tatted show on Earth! In 1968, envisioning their very own surreal cross between...
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“I’ve got wonderful dirty stories!” Watch Marianne Faithfull interviewed by her collaborator Nick Cave

A new video sees legendary singer-songwriter Marianne Faithfull in conversation with Nick Cave in which she discusses her new album 'Negative Capability' and more. The two collaborated...
Marianne Faithfull / Nick Cave

Nick Cave teams up with Marianne Faithfull for new song ‘The Gypsy Faerie Queen’

Marianne Faithfull has shared her brand new single 'The Gypsy Faerie Queen', which features and was co-written by Nick Cave - listen to the track...
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Marianne Faithfull pays tribute to late Rolling Stones muse Anita Pallenberg

Marianne Faithfull has posted a tribute to actress and model Anita Pallenberg following news of her death. Pallenberg, the former partner of Keith Richards, passed...
Savages taking break

Savages honour Leonard Cohen and Marianne Faithfull at their ‘last gig for a while’...

Savages played an epic finale for their latest album 'Adore Life' with a sold out show at London's Brixton Academy last night - honouring...

Marianne Faithfull shares Nick Cave-penned song ‘Late Victorian Holocaust’ – listen

Faithfull's new album 'Give My Love To London' is out later this month

Marianne Faithfull announces new album featuring Nick Cave, Anna Calvi, Roger Waters and more

The guest-heavy album will be released in September

Nick Cave, Roger Waters, Anna Calvi pen music for new Marianne Faithfull album

'Give My Love to London' is set for release in September

Marianne Faithfull cancels gigs after breaking her back

The legendary singer fractured her sacrum whilst on holiday

Marianne Faithfull to co-curate exhibition at Tate Liverpool

Period Piece will feature pieces from Francis Bacon, William Blake, Lucian Freud and open April 20