The funeral has taken place today of Reg Presley, the lead singer of the 1960s band 'The Troggs'. He lived in Andover with his family.
A partnership in Kent has won the biggest grant in the country to provide music education.
N-Dubz rapper Dappy has been arrested on suspicion of affray following a fight at a petrol station in Guildford.
There is less than a week to apply for Parliament's biggest competition - not a political one but a musical one.
Every summer a one off concert is held at the Houses of Parliament - to showcase some of the nations undiscovered musical acts.
And the man who has organised the whole thing - is a Sussex MP. David Wood reports.
Something for music lovers now - together, the writer and composer, Gilbert and Sullivan, wrote 14 comic operas and their work is as popular today as it was more than a century ago.
But now, a modern version of one of their productions, HMS Pinafore, is coming to the south. As Charlotte Wilkins reports, It's G& S but not as you know it.
The first ever rock band to play at the Commons returned to Westminster for the launch of this year's Rock the House music contest - founded by Sussex MP Mike Weatherley.
It's an opportunity for new bands to break into the big-time. And there's a second agenda: the protection of music copywright. John Ryall reports.
Some of the most famous photographs ever taken of the Rolling Stones have just gone on display in a new gallery at Portsmouth's Guildhall. Taken in 1972, the images capture the band's stars on and - most importantly - off stage. Richard Jones reports.
Legendary bass player Herbie Flowers, who has played with T-Rex and David Bowie, is to come to the Rock Shop festival in Brighton to teach local teenagers how to play guitar.
The Kent Youth Orchestra has entertained audiences for half a century, and during that time has produced a number of world class musicians. To mark its fiftieth birthday, the orchestra is staging a special concert this evening. Nia Mason reports.
The interviewees are:
Ana Vandepeer, lead violinist; and Geoff Dixon, the manager of the Kent Youth Orchestra
He is best known as a Liberal Democrat MP - and a Government Minister, but Norman Baker - from Lewes in Sussex - has another string to his bow.
Mr Baker is the lead singer in a rock band called 'The Reform Club', and they have just released their first album. So what do his constituents think of their MP's flip side?
More importantly - would they buy the album? Malcolm Shaw has been finding out.
The MP for Lewes - Norman Baker, has a hidden talent. The politician who is also the Transport Minister has issued a new album with his band 'The Reform Club'. The MP is the lead singer. The video shows their song: Piccadilly Circus.
An MP from the Meridian region has released a musical album with his band 'The Reform Club'. The politician from Sussex is the lead singer.