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  • Elton John responds to 'Putin' hoax call

    17 Sep Elton John has finally broken his silence after he was pranked into believing he had spoken to Russian President Vladimir Putin on the phone about gay rights.

  • Irish fans will see best U2 show ever

    17 Sep In the week that U2 sold out their Dublin and Belfast concerts in under an hour, their longtime photographer Anton Corbijn has told TEN that the current shows are the best in the band's history.

  • Sligo band handpicked to work with Tom Jones

    17 Sep Sligo band Rackhouse Pilfer have racked up another triumph, this time as the session band for two tracks on Tom Jones' forthcoming album, one of them a duet with Imelda May. Paddy Kehoe talked to Fiachra Cunningham from the band.

  • Competition: Iron Maiden album

    16 Sep With Iron Maiden's new album The Book of Souls out now - and wowing fans and critics alike - we're giving you the chance to win the CD and a T-shirt.

  • Walking on Cars hoping to crack UK market

    16 Sep Irish band Walking on Cars have set their sights on breaking into the UK market but admit it's going to be a tough slog.

  • Film review: Everest **

    15 Sep This account of the 1996 climbing tragedy on the world's highest mountain looks impressive but fails to scale any emotional or dramatic heights

  • Putin and Elton row over gay rights rumbles on

    15 Sep Elton John's request to meet Russian President Vladimir Putin to discuss Russia's record on LGBT rights took a step closer after the singer revealed he had spoken to Putin via telephone. However, Putin has denied that the conversation took place.

  • MTV EMA 2015 Nominees

    15 Sep The full list of nominations for the 2015 MTV Europe Music Awards have been revealed. With Taylor Swift and Justin Bieber dominating this year's ceremony, here are the rest of the nominees.

  • Swift dominates MTV EMAs with nine nominations

    15 Sep Taylor Swift leads the nominees for this year's MTV Europe Music Awards, while One Direction and Ed Sheeran also top the bill.

  • Norton denies slagging off The X Factor

    15 Sep Graham Norton has denied slagging off The X Factor, after he was quoted as saying the music talent show has "lost its credibility".

  • Elton wants to meet Putin to discuss gay rights

    15 Sep Elton John has declared that he wants to meet Vladimir Putin to attempt to change his stance on gay rights in Russia.

  • The North Sea set for refugee fundraiser

    14 Sep Dublin fourpiece The North Sea will play No Boundaries - Humans Helping Humans, a fundraiser gig to raise awareness of the refugee crisis this Friday

  • Michael Bublé duets with Elvis Presley - kinda

    14 Sep Yes you read that right - Michael Bublé and Elvis Presley feature on a new duet of the King's classic hit Fever.

  • Interview: Valves take London

    14 Sep Dublin Indie rock band, Valves, have released their second single Underground ahead of their headline show at The Old Queens Head, London this week. Lead singer Ian Plunkett tells all about the show, their new video and the band's move to London.

  • Album Review: Iron Maiden's The Book of Souls

    14 Sep Five years on from the excellent The Final Frontier, Harry Guerin finds the metal icons are far from finished.

  • Blake Lively wants to marry Taylor Swift

    14 Sep Actress Blake Lively is such a big fan of Taylor Swift that she wants to marry the singer!

  • Joy and despair as U2 tickets sell out in minutes

    14 Sep Tickets for U2's six Irish concerts were snapped up within half an hour of going on sale. 40,000 tickets for the Dublin dates and 17,000 tickets for the Belfast dates were snapped up by eager fans this morning.

  • Bono hails U2 as the most interesting band around

    13 Sep U2 frontman Bono has said he feels the band are "the most interesting" and that it would be a shame if they threw in the towel because they are such a "special thing".

  • Hynde didn't want her parents to read her memoirs

    13 Sep Chrissie Hynde has revealed that she waited until her parents had passed away before publishing her memoirs as she "would have had to leave out the bad language and tell a lot of lies".

  • Van Morrison's Astral Weeks to be re-released

    13 Sep Van Morrison's cult classic Astral Weeks is set to be re-released in October, 47 years on from its debut in 1968.