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18:03, 10 NOV 2017
Love the John Lewis Christmas advert song? Here's who it's by, how to buy it and how to join in the fun with Moz the Monster
The advert, released on Friday (November 10) was filmed in West London and took 11 months from storyboard to screen to produce
From Amy Winehouse to Queen - see London's musical heritage with this cool interactive map
You can find out birthplaces, the number one hits which propelled the acts to stardom and how much money they've made as a result
Wedding venue where Macca, Ringo, Liam Gallagher and Antonio Banderas got hitched gets ready to reopen
Sir Paul McCartney, Liam Gallagher, Melanie Griffiths, Sean Bean and Ringo Starr all got married there
Charing Cross Hospital
Family perform at funeral of Fulham musician Billy Franks
The 60-year-old frontman of Faith Brothers was given a send-off to remember when he was laid to rest following his shock death in September
West Londoners remember when the 'Fab Four' Beatles came to Chiswick to mark 50 years since the day
From scaling the garden wall to transporting the band's equipment around, here are some wonderful memories of John, Paul, George and Ringo at Chiswick House
Unseen photographs of Sir Paul McCartney uncovered in loft of Chiswick snapper
Happy memories for celebrity photographer Clive Arrowsmith who said: "The shoots were always a lot of fun experimenting and trying things out which I am sure comes across in the pictures."
Help! Do you remember the day the Beatles came to Chiswick?
Chiswick House and Gardens Trust is appealing for memories and photos as it prepares to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Fab Four's visit
Sainsbury's Christmas advert 2014: Have your say - is it a moving great tribute or cynical commercial?
The commercial showing a game of football between German and British soldiers during World War One has been praised and attracted complaints. What do you think?
Most miserable songwriter goes to Chiswick-born Ian Gillan of rock band Deep Purple
Lyrics from over 6,000 songs were analysed and among a series of revelations found Pinner-born Elton John has the happiest songs
What Kevin Heard: Earthy Marcus Malone album is gem of the highest order
Music reviewer Kevin Bryan offers his opinions on another crop of modern and classic releases
Music & Nightlife
Catch Jim's drift at pub jazz concert
A legend in the jazz world will air tracks from his new album when he appears at the Bulls Head pub.
Selena Gomez performs at newly renamed Apollo
A LONDON landmark reopened under a new name on Saturday following a multi-million-pound refurbishment.
Hammersmith Apollo re-opening on Saturday with new name
A west London landmark reopens its doors this weekend following a multi-million pound refurbishment.
Beatles tribute band's homage to awesome foursome
THE Upbeat Beatles have been paying homage to the original awesome foursome since 1997, and demand for their services remains sky high.
Harrow Crown Court
Scam lands men in jail for eight years
A GREEDY businessman who ripped off thousands of music lovers in a £2.65million scam has been jailed for eight years.
McCartney's son James' exclusive performance at The Old Vinyl Factory
THE musician son of Beatles legend Sir Paul McCartney performed an exclusive acoustic set at the factory where his dad’s music was pressed and shipped out to the masses.
Christmas songs helped Campbell to summer success
THE sound of Jingle Bells was the last thing Alan Campbell heard before he won a fantastic bronze in the Olympic single sculls.
Cover Band Tonic in the South East
The UK’s biggest entertainment booking agency is reaching out across Sussex to put event organisers in touch with the best local cover bands.
Music lovers allegely scammed of £3m
A MAN from South Ruislip is one of three accused of scamming 16,000 music lovers out of almost £3million.
Tyre smoke & mirrors: Too big to be a Mini?
WHEN BMW got their hands on the name ‘Mini’ in the 1980s they added some self-raising flour and popped it in the oven for a few years.
Freddie Starr hams it up at the Beck
Madcap comedian Freddie Starr is back on tour, bringing his outrageous brand of humour to the Beck Theatre next week.
Bm@il: Some bakingly painful puns every week
Barbara Fisher looks at issues that affect us all - the issues that get you talking.
Looking Back: Bonzo bounces back
In the second part of our special feature, JAMES GATES speaks to Roger Ruskin Spear of the Bonzo Dog DooDah Band.
Retro: Roger saw the sixties up close and personal
THE old saying goes that if you can remember anything about the 1960s, you weren't really there.