Terror. Dan Auerbach in Paris: 'We Were Hunkered Down Listening for Gunshots'

BATACLAN. On Friday night, at around the same time terrorists stormed Parisian concert venue Bataclan, Black Keys singer Dan Auerbach was less than three miles away, performing at Le Trianon with his band the Arcs.

Interview. John Lydon: "les maisons de disques tuent les idées"

NEW ALBUM. John Lydon – ancien Sex Pistols – sort aujourd’hui «What The World Needs Now», un 10e album avec son groupe Public Image Limited. Interview avant sa venue aux Docks de Lausanne.

Music. Keith Richards on his own again with new solo album, 'Crosseyed Heart'

GYPSY. Kith Richards had just picked up a pack of cigarettes from the coffee table in front of him, skillfully removed the cellophane and fired up the first of a string of smokes while talking about "Crosseyed Heart," his first solo album in nearly 25 years and a rare venture away from his musical identity as guitarist, songwriter and periodic lead singer with the Rolling Stones.

Business. Bono's group has made more money from Facebook investment than from all his music

STOCK MARKET. Bono has written dozens songs during his long and enduring career. But a group he set up several years ago has made more money from an investment in Facebook in 2009, than from all of the music he has written and recorded over the years.

Reports said the 55-year-old rock frontman bought a 2.3 per cent share of the social media site for nearly $86m 2009 through Elevation Partners, an investment group he co-founded.


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