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Chrissie Hynde: “People die of loneliness – it’s an epidemic”

As well as fronting the Pretenders for 40 years, Chrissie Hynde has long been one of rock’n’roll’s most vital, outspoken voices. An activist as...

Eric Andre: “People scream at me on stage to get naked – so I give them what they want”

TV's premier punk prankster on shock comedy, Donald Trump and smoking weed with his mum

Courtney Marie Andrews: “Singing ‘9 To 5’ with Dolly Parton was a moment I’ll never forget”

The singer-songwriter on new album 'Old Flowers' and being a former member of Jimmy Eat World

Courtney Marie Andrews – ‘Old Flowers’ review: break-up ballads with haunting, poetic lyricism

The Arizona songwriter dims the porch light, kicks off her cowboy boots and pours her heart out

Joe from IDLES’ talkshow is a wayward, punk rock version of ‘The One Show’

Featuring Hak Baker, Kate Tempest, Billy Bragg, Lauren from Chvrches, Mike Skinner and more!

Jarvis Cocker on his forward-thinking new album: “‘Cool Britannia’ made me throw up”

The Britpop icon has formed a new band, JARV IS..., who will soon stream a performance of randy new record 'Beyond The Pale' from a cave in Derbyshire

The Streets – ‘None of Us Are Getting Out Of This Life Alive’ review: a star-studded return from Mike Skinner

Team work makes the dream work on Mike Skinner's first full Streets release in 9 years

Willie Nelson – ‘First Rose of Spring’ review: Country music’s most prolific octogenarian returns with super-smooth 70th album

Still hard at it at the age of 87, Nelson opens his account for the 2020s with a fresh collection of country covers but just two new songs

Danny Trejo: “The Beatles’ ‘Hey Jude’ started a riot when I was in prison”

Nearly 50 years since he left "the hole", Hollywood's friendliest hard man reflects on a life of two halves

Neil Young – ‘Homegrown’ review: ‘lost’ mid-’70s album is a shimmering diamond well worth unearthing

This cheery, commercial collection stands as proof of Young's endless talent
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