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Bill Wyman and Maggie Smith on their wedding day

Bill Wyman and Maggie Smith on their wedding day.

Bill Wyman, the Rolling Stones’ former bassist and founder member, has revealed how offered to speak to detectives about his notorious relationship with Mandy Smith when she was a teenager.

They have celebrated their 50th anniversary and later this year will play at Glastonbury.

But one founder member of the Rolling Stones has been largely relegated to the background, his part in the band’s musical history often overshadowed by his more personal history of serial womanising – and most notoriously his marriage to an 18-year-old when he was 49. (more…)


Canadian pop star Justin Bieber has been left without his travelling companion after German customs officials took his pet monkey into quarantine last week for not having the appropriate paperwork.

According to media reports the 19-year-old singer had flown into Germany with the capuchin monkey without correct documentation.

“We carried out a check on a traveller and in doing so discovered a live monkey,” Munich airport spokesman Thomas Meister said on Saturday. “The appropriate documents could not be produced so we were obliged to confiscate the monkey. (more…)

Phil Ramone

Phil Ramone

Phil Ramone, the Grammy Award-winning engineer and producer whose platinum touch included recordings with Ray Charles, Billy Joel and Paul Simon, has died at 72.

Ramone’s son, Matt Ramone, confirmed the death. The family did not immediately release details of the death, but Matt Ramone says his father was “very loving and will be missed.” (more…)

  • Adele spends £15,000 on arcade games
  • Adele is making a games room in her £2m mansion
  • The young star makes an estimated £41,000 per day
British singing sensation Adele has warmed the hearts of millions with her soulful voice and bubbly personality, she’s won heaps of awards and graced the cover of countless magazines. However, it’s no secret that Adele isn’t keen on fame and as much as she enjoys mesmerizing her audience whilst on stage, off stage she prefers to be at home with her beau Simon Konecki and her baby boy Angelo.

It’s been reported that Adele is splashing out on her new £2 million mansion which sits on the pretty Sussex coast in England. Adele is reportedly filling her new home with cool quirky vintage things including £15,000 that’s $22,000 worth of vintage arcade video games. These games including Pac-man, Space invaders, old school pinball machines from the 1980’s as well as a “shoot em up” game complete with replica guns. As reported by Perez Hilton an inside source close to Adele tells “She is kitting out her place with the latest mod cons, but she is still finding room for quirky gizmos such as arcade machines. They’ll have pride of place in her games room.”
 Moneys no object when you rake in £41,000 a day like Adele
The fun-loving 24-year-old hit maker may have taken the inspiration for her new home from the £47,000 per month property that she’s been renting in LA, which reportedly sports a vintage bowling alley. Her extremely successful time in LA saw Adele give a stunning performance at the Oscars and the young star received an oscar for her song ‘Skyfall‘ which featured in the latest James Bond movie. Adele is now heading back across the pond to England to enjoy.

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Taylor Swift’sRed‘ Tour: Her Amps Go Up to 22
Best fan sign at last night’s Taylor Swift show in Newark, New Jersey: “I Newark Were Trouble.” Second best: “Don’t Listen to Poehler & Fay [sic], You’re Great in Every Way!” Bonus points to the two girls shaking booty outside the venue, hoping for tickets, waving giant cardboard 2’s (because they’re feelin’ 22) and wearing homemade “Not a Lot Going On at the Moment” T-shirts, dancing around the parking lot to a boombox blasting Red. I hope they got in. Because what a massively excellent show.

Seeing Taylor Swift live in 2013 is seeing a maestro at the top of her or anyone’s game. No other pop auteur can touch her right now for emotional excess or musical reach – her punk is so punk, her disco is so disco. The red sequins on her guitar match the ones on her microphone, her shoes and 80 percent of the crowd. Her set is mostly new songs from Red, the slickest, smartest and just plain best mega-pop statement of our time. She’s a master of every rock-star move, except the one about dialing it down a notch. But who would ever want that? (Besides the whiny exes she keeps writing songs about?) “Hi, I’m Taylor,” she said by way of an introduction. “I write songs about my feelings. I’m told I have a lot of feelings.” You are told this accurately, Taylor.

Playlist: Rolling Stone Readers’ Favorite Taylor Swift Songs

Nobody can touch her for fan hysteria, either – when Taylor announced, “Thirteen thousand of you opted into hearing about my feelings for the next two hours!,” she set off the loudest screaming I’ve heard since the last time I saw her, at the end of her 2010 tour, reaching ungodly levels of girl-shriek saturation. The audience is part of the show, with their homemade red costumes, placards, Lite Brite codes and more glowsticks than an Inspiral Carpets reunion. For most of them, Taylor is the first girl they’ve seen play a guitar, a signifier that cannot be denied. When she said, “I look into this audience and I see a lot of creativity,” it got one of the loudest cheers of the night. She also explained to the younger fans what a 12-string guitar is. “It has twice as many strings as a regular guitar. So that’s your math for the night.” Educational!

On her last tour, she took the stage to Tom Petty‘s “American Girl”; this time it was Lenny Kravitz’s version of “American Woman,” a neat contrast. Right before she went on, her mom was escorted down the aisle near my section, causing a major fan commotion. (I haven’t seen so much love for a rock parent since Springsteen brought his mama onstage for “Dancing in the Dark.”) But the coolest pre-show moment was seeing the crowd go ballistic for Icona Pop‘s hipster-disco club hit “I Love It.” If you wondered how it would sound to hear several thousand tweens chant “You’re from the Seventies, but I’m a Nineties bitch,” now you know. Nineties bitches, consider yourselves warned.

Once the lights went out, the screaming never flagged, and neither did the star. Taylor came out belting “State of Grace” in the same kind of black hat the Edge wore on the Joshua Treetour (which makes sense, since Bono also had a red guitar). For “Holy Ground” she banged the drum solo on a giant glowing cylinder (“She’s rocking out!” the little kid behind me informed her mom. “She’s rocking ooouuut!”) “Mean” began with a rustic interlude, just Tay plucking her banjo center stage, and Ed Sheeran held his own in “Everything Has Changed,” while “22” got a breakdance and a snippet of the “Paid in Full” beat until everyone felt so 22 it hurt.

But the best moment was the double-shot of “I Knew You Were Trouble” into “All Too Well.” She turned “Trouble” into a blast of razzle-dazzle choreography in fancy-dress masquerade-ball mode. Then she sat alone to play “All Too Well,” her most majestic ballad, just a girl and her piano and several thousand other girls singing along. It was the highlight of a show that was nothing but highlights.

Seeing Taylor onstage now is just like seeing Morrissey in 1992 – that same level of total commitment, total fan fervor, total connection between audience and performer. I’ve compared Taylor to Morrissey many times, but no other performer really hits that same pitch of happy/free/confused/lonely hormonal anguish with so much wit and empathy. Moz sang “the sun shines out of our behinds,” Tay sings “people throw rocks at things that shine,” but they’re coming from the same place. (People said lovin’ you was like red, and they were half right.) They share the conviction that their moods are the universe and
expressing them is the reason the universe exists. This is a useful conviction for a singer to have, even if it’s more dangerous for the rest of us. But Taylor wears it like a true arena-rock goddess at an amazing peak.

Set list:

“State of Grace”
“Holy Ground”
“You Belong With Me”
“The Lucky One”
Stay Stay Stay
“Everything Has Changed”
“Begin Again”
“Sparks Fly”
“I Knew You Were Trouble”
“All Too Well”
“Love Story”
“We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together”

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