The American may be frustratingly enigmatic, but her UK tour reveals she can really sing
Classically-trained but steeped in jazz and blues, Sixties virtuoso defined rock keyboard sound
The 68-year-old's ability to get Time, an album of new material, to top of charts should inspire us all
Don't be a Euro-sceptic: how to pick a winner in this year's musical spectacular
Who to bet on in this year's Eurovision Song Contest
Infectious funk groove of UK's No. 1 song has seduced everyone from music writers to uncle Dave
Why did it take a member of Take That to remind us that popular music has lost touch with politics?
Fans are 'devastated' by boy band's decision to quit, but the nation owes them a debt of gratitude
The man who opened the famous festival with a three-hour set has died of a heart attack at 72
Critics hail reformed 80s group Dexys 'the best things to happen to pop music this century'
Singer-songwriter Carole King, whose 1971 album ‘Tapestry’ stayed in the charts for more than six years, performs at the White House yesterday. President Obama presented her with the Gershwin Price for her lifetime contribution to popular music.
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