Kasabian's Serge Pizzorno scored a wonder goal during the ITV 'Soccer Aid' match in Manchester (May 27) - the guitarist gave the Rest Of The World side a first-half lead with a curling first-time chip over the England XI's goalkeeper David Seaman.
Bloc Party have announced that their new album will be titled 'Four' and will be released later this summer. The album, which is the follow up to their 2008 LP 'Intimacy', will be released on August 20 and has been produced by Death Cab For Cutie/The Mars Volta knob twiddler Alex Newport.
Guns N' Roses are notorious for being late onstage, but they tested their fans' patience to the limit by not taking to the stage until after 11pm (GMT). The band were performing at Manchester's Arena (May 29) and were due on at 10pm (GMT), however, they didn't actually hit the stage until over an hour later.
The Vaccines have aired the first track to be taken from their second album, 'The Vaccines Come Of Age', which is set for release on September 3. The song, entitled 'No Hope', received its premiere on Zane Lowe's BBC Radio 1 show on May 28.
Iron Maiden's 'The Number Of The Beast' has been voted as the best British album of the last 60 years in a new poll. The metal classic came out on top in a public vote conducted by HMV to celebrate the Queen's Diamond Jubilee and took almost 10% of the votes cast.
Liam Gallagher wants to tattoo his lyrics to Ian McCulloch's forehead, because the Echo And The Bunnymen singer slated the Beady Eye frontman's songwriting ability. Liam, who has recently rejoined the social networking site Twitter, used his page to hit out at the 'The Killing Moon' singer, who has previously slagged off Beady Eye lyrics.
Beyonce paid tribute to Whitney Houston during her comeback gig in Atlantic City on May 26. The 'Countdown' singer was performing at the multi-million pound Revel Resort in the New Jersey state city, her first show since the birth of her daughter Blue Ivy Carter in January.
The Killers have revealed that their new studio album will be titled 'Battle Born'. The Las Vegas rockers have spent the last year working on the follow-up to their 2008 third album 'Day & Age' and are likely to release the album in the autumn.
Coldplay kicked off their UK stadium tour on May 29 at Coventry's Ricoh Arena with a spectacular show. The band, who have six further stadium shows lined-up, took to the stage with the now-familiar 'Back To The Future' theme intro tape and opened with the title track from their fifth album 'Mylo Xyloto'.
Lady Gaga's planned show in the Indonesian capital, Jakarta, has been officially cancelled, after weeks of speculation. Earlier this month, the singer was refused a permit to perform in the city next month after Islamic groups in the country expressed opposition to her "vulgar" style.
Engerlbert Humperdinck failed to light up this year's Eurovision Song Contest and finished second last. The veteran crooner was hoping the ballot for the running order would give him an advantage in the contest, but after been drawing out to sing first, it seems his schmaltzy ballad 'Love Will See You Free' was forgotten by near enough everyone.
X Factor winner Matt Cardle has claimed he's glad he's been dropped by his record label after releasing just one album. Speaking to The Sun, the singer said he would now have the freedom to do his own thing.
Amy Winehouse's home has been put up for sale by her family for £2.7m. The street outside three-bedroom house in Camden, north London, was turned into a shrine for the late singer after her death there in July 2011.
Garbage's Shirley Manson halted a gig on the band's current US tour to throw out a male fan who'd allegedly punched a female member of the crowd. The drama, which unfolded at Friday's (May 25) show at House Of Blues in Atlantic City, saw Manson stop the band halfway through their 1995 hit 'Stupid Girl' to chastise the crowd-member.
David Bowie is streaming the reissued version of his seminal 1972 album 'The Rise And Fall Of Ziggy Stardust And The Spiders From Mars' online in full. The record, which is 40 years old this summer, will be re-released on Monday (June 4) on both CD and vinyl.
Justin Bieber is wanted for questioning by police in LA after an alleged fight in a shopping centre on Sunday (May 27). Los Angeles County Sheriff's Lt. Robert Wiard said the photographer called emergency services on Sunday after an alleged scuffle broke out when he tried to take pictures of Bieber and his girlfriend Selena Gomez.
Kasabian's Tom Meighan has described One Direction as "five little dicks". The frontman told Gigwise that, with he and his bandmates playing "fucking gruelling" Stateside tours to achieve success over the pond, it was "frustrating" to see the boyband rise to stardom so quickly in the US.
Footage of Madonna covering Lady Gaga's track 'Born This Way' has emerged online. The video, which shows Madonna slip the 'Born This Way' chorus into 'Express Yourself', was shot in Israel as Madonna prepared to kick off her 'MDNA' world tour on Thursday (May 31).
Police in the Brazilian city of Sao Paolo used pepper spray and tear gas against fans who were queuing to see Franz Ferdinand's show over the weekend, according to reports. The band performed at gig on Sunday (May 27) in the early evening and drew a larger than expected crowd to their show in the city's Independence Park.
The Enemy's Tom Clarke has branded the UK charts as being "full of shit" and said the current big selling acts are only doing well because they have "the biggest bank". The band released their new album 'Streets In The Sky' last Monday (May 21) and charted at Number Nine on Sunday (May 27).