Leonie Cooper

It’s about time Nancy Sinatra got her due – she’s pop’s original rebel girl

A new compilation and a series of reissues will pay tribute to an artist who ripped up the rulebook and did things her own way

Arctic Monkeys – ‘Live At The Royal Albert Hall’ review: a reminder of the cathartic joy of gigs

This 2018 show is now immortalised, with proceeds going to War Child UK

‘Dolly Parton’s Christmas on the Square’ review: a festive throwback to classic Hollywood

America's Queen of Country pays homage to the old-school musicals of her youth

Courtney Love: “I feel like the luckiest motherfucker in the history of rock’n’roll”

Hole reunions, new solo material, Pete Burns tales and battered sausage with NME’s 2020 Icon Award winner

The Paddingtons’ Tom Atkin goes solo: “Some of my bandmates don’t get why I’m into Post Malone, but I can’t help it!”

As the frontman releases his first solo single 'Lil Fucker', Atkin talks to us about new music, loving trap music and the term 'indie landfill'

‘Gangs Of London’ star Ṣọpẹ Dìrísù: “Chadwick Boseman’s death hit me hard”

The rising star of Netflix horror 'His House' speaks candidly about a man he admired

‘Bruce Springsteen’s Letter To You’ film review: grief-stricken contemplation on the fragility of life

The Boss looks back at a career that's been filled with huge highs and devastating lows

Thomas Brodie-Sangster: “Macca didn’t like that John Lennon was taller in ‘Nowhere Boy'”

Talking motorcycles, flares and the Swinging Sixties with south London's hippest young actor

Bruce Springsteen – ‘Letter To You’ review: a powerful synthesis of past and present

The Boss' triumphant 20th album is also his best work in 20 years

Tom Petty – ‘Wildflowers & All The Rest’ review: 10 ‘new’ songs honour the wishes of an all-time great

More a 'lost' album in of itself than a standard reissue, this record harks back to a fascinating period of the singer-songwriter's career
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