Beady Eye have filmed a video in which they cover the classic ballad 'Blue Moon' to advertise Manchester City’s new home kit. The video shows frontman Liam Gallagher kissing the badge on the new shirt of his beloved football team, before he and Beady Eye launch into a rendition of the club’s anthem. Click here to read the full story.
Dave Grohl halted his show last night to throw an unruly fan out of the Foo Fighters' moshpit. Upon spotting the man Grohl said, “You don't fucking fight at my show you asshole. Hey motherfucker look at me, get the fuck out of my show right now.” Click here to read the full story.
Frank Carter has revealed that he told his bandmates in Gallows over email that he would be leaving the band. He said: "I haven't been happy for a long time and the difficulties we've had pulling new music together was the realisation that now wasn't the right time for Gallows, not with me singing anyway." Click here to read the full story.
Lady Gaga's official YouTube channel has been suspended after a copyright claim from a Japanese media company. The bizarre row centres around footage that she posted of her appearance on a TV show called SMAP X SMAP. The 10-minute performance featured a medley of songs from her new album, 'Born This Way'. Click here to read the full story.
Paul McCartney has hinted that he and Ringo Starr may put together a new version of The Beatles for the Olympic opening ceremony. McCartney said: "I hear there's a rumour that I might be involved." However when referring to The Beatles he said: "I hear they're planning this sort of music." Click here to read the full story.
NME.COM readers have reacted with delight at the news that The Black Eyed Peas have announced that they are going on indefinite hiatus. The 'My Humps' group announced their decision during a gig at Alton Towers earlier this week, but also said that they intend to return at some point. Click here to read the full story.
Ticket-holders who were entering Morrissey's gig at Middlesbrough Town Hall were searched in case they were carrying any meat products, according to reports. The former Smiths man is an extremely strict vegetarian but this is the first time he has insisted that gig-goers be searched for meat. Click here to read the full story.
Blur frontman Damon Albarn has been praised for his role in new opera Dr Dee, which is currently running at the Manchester International Festival. Arts critics have warmly received the Gorillaz man's performance in the show, which tells the story of 16th century scientist John Dee. Click here to read the full story.
Xzibit has launched an attack on 'planking' and implied that it has racist connotations. The rapper argued that the craze - which sees people lie down in unusual places and post a picture online - is "not funny" as it has origins in the slave trade. Click here to read the full story.
U2 are not tax evaders, as a band or individually, according to their guitarist The Edge. The musician - real name David Evans - has spoken out about accusations that the Irish rockers are avoiding paying tax by basing part of their business operations in Holland. Click here to read the full story.
Glastonbury may only take place for another "three or four years", according to organiser Michael Eavis. The Worthy Farm owner claimed that festivals are "on the way out" as music fans are growing bored of going to them.
Liam Gallagher has accused his brother Noel of telling "lies" about the reasons for his decision to quit Oasis – and revealed that the false accusations were "breaking [his] heart".
Country-pop band Rilo Kiley have split up, guitarist Blake Sennett has said. The quartet, who feature Jenny Lewis as their lead singer, were thought to be on hiatus while Sennett recorded as part of The Elected and Lewis worked as part of Jenny and Jonny with her partner Jonathan Rice, but the guitarist has now said they will not be reuniting.
Pete Doherty played a 'freedom gig' in London this week (July 9). The Babyshambles man took to the stage at the Blues Kitchen in Camden to celebrate being released early from prison on Tuesday (5).
Beyonce hailed Coldplay as "some of my favourite people in the world" as she returned to the UK festival circuit at T In The Park this week (July 9). The R&B megastar took a supporting slot to the band at the Scottish festival, but her show was no less charged than her iconic headline performance at Glastonbury last month.
Muse's Matt Bellamy and his actress fiancé Kate Hudson have named their newborn son Bingham 'Bing' Hawn Bellamy. The frontman announced the tot's moniker on his Twitter page, following his birth on Saturday (July 9).
Radiohead have debuted two new songs online – watch the session in full here. The band, who recently released their new album 'The King of Limbs', played the new tracks 'The Daily Mail' and 'Staircase' as part of a session for Nigel Godrich’s 'From the Basement' website.
Blink-182 have debuted their new single 'Up All Night', which you can listen to here. The track, which is taken from their first LP since the 2003 debut, features guitarist Tom DeLonge on lead vocals and is more reminiscent of the darker edged rock on the trio's fourth album 'Take Off Your Pants And Jacket' then any of their earlier material.
Robbie Williams has apparently emailed Noel Gallagher to apologise over the latest chapter in the long-running spat between the pair. The Take That man suggested that the ex-Oasis leader could "lick his arse" at one of the band's 'Progress' tour dates at Wembley Stadium earlier this month (July 1) but has since been in contact to apologise.
Yoko Ono has allegedly threatened to sue the owner of a bar which is dedicated to her late husband John Lennon. According to Jam Showbiz, the singer’s lawyers have sent a legal letter to Mike Craig from Dundee, Scotland, that accuses him of copyright infringement.