Former-Oasis frontman Liam Gallagher, and his band Beady Eye, have kicked off the Glastonbury Festival with a secret, unannounced gig.
Andy Walker, from Milnrow, can't move his arms or legs. Yet a pioneering project allows him to use his mind as an instrument.
The First Liverpool Music Awards are being held in the city. The event aims to honour the heroes of the music industry on Merseyside.
A new film about a legendary Cheshire concert by the Stone Roses is to be screened at this year's London Film Festival.
The film, Spike Island, is named after the venue of the May 1990 gig by the group from Manchester who recently reformed for comeback shows.
The movie is about a group of young musicians desperate to watch the Stone Roses' legendary show.
Organisers of the Creamfields music and dance festival are counting the costs of the weekend's bad weather.
Yesterday's performances had to be cancelled and campers were forced to abandon the site near Warrington.
Many disappointed spectators are demanding compensation.
The annual Creamfields festival in at Daresbury near Warrington has been abandoned after a night of heavy rain caused the grounds to flood.
Cheshire Police issued a warning first thing this morning advising campers and festival goers to leave the site.
The rest of today's dance and music events have been posponed as more heavy rain is expected:-
The Cavern Beatles are recreating the first time the Fab Four were caught on camera at the Cavern, by Granada TV.
It was 50 years ago today our cameras captured the Beatles at the famous venue, the only time they were filmed playing at the Cavern.