Sir Paul McCartney
While we all feed off the images that the paparazzi capture it's hard to imagine just how unpleasant it must be for those
After collaborating with music legends like Elton John and Tony Bennett, Lady Gaga has now set her sights on Sir Paul McCartney
Three of the most unlikely stars in the music industry have unveiled their new collaboration, with Rihanna appearing on a
Sir Paul McCartney has spoken for the first time about the stomach bug that saw him rushed to hospital in Japan earlier this
Mention the Sixties to many people and, regardless of whether they were alive or not, their minds conjure up images of England winning the World Cup, man landing on the moon, psychedelia and 'free love'.
Paul McCartney has been admitted into hospital in Japan after suffering from a viral infection, according to reports. The
Dementia Awareness Week, organised by the Alzheimer's Society, is this week. It is an annual event designed to shed some light on a condition that is all too often often misunderstood, and to encourage anyone who feels as if they, or someone they are close to, might be suffering with symptoms to take some action.
Born on this day, 24 January 1941, Neil Diamond, singer-songwriter. There's something very nice and warm about Neil Diamond - he's like an old friend, a comfy pair of slippers, he's your favourite uncle. You see, I'm saying all this and I've never even met the guy. But reading about him confirms my thoughts.
Let's face it, old people rock! And you never know when they might pop off, leaving you wondering, did I really do my best to look after them? Dizzee Rascal agrees.
Despite the laughable hypocrisy, the benefits of celebrity environmentalism are obvious, even when they merely regurgitate inoffensive green buzzwords. They draw attention to unnoticed issues. They mobilise people. When they speak, we listen.