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16:36, 13 OCT 2017
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
A look at the Hayes factory where Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band was made, 50 years on
Copies of Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band were made at the Old Vinyl Factory in Blyth Road
Elderly Fulham man Loy Fat Wong who was missing for five days is found safe and well
Police thanked everyone who helped in finding Loy Fat Wong from Fulham
Young Ealing musicians offered chance to record in Rolling Stones studio as part of Alice Gross award
The winner of a new award dedicated to Alice Gross will spend the day recording in the studio recently used by the Rolling Stones
Heartwarming tribute to Jo Cox could be Christmas Number One
Watch Friends of Jo Cox come together to record a charity single, including MP for Feltham and Heston
The Rolling Stones described as 'spectacle' when recording new album Blue & Lonesome in Chiswick studio
Rock legends The Rolling Stones recorded their new album at British Grove Studios
Purple lights illuminate SSE Arena to mark his epic Prince performances at Wembley
The musical icon performed in London many times and Wembley remembers one of its greatest stage performers.
Local teen becomes the face of national advertising campaign
The 18-year-old from Harrow will be on our TV screens promoting the National Citizen Service
Live monthly music performances set for Ealing debut
The rock and blues event kicks off this month at The Drapers Arms
Plans submitted for nearly 200 homes in Ealing town centre
A new nightclub at the site of The Ealing Club, where the Rolling Stones cut their teeth, is part of the proposals
Food Review: Time to hail the Draft House ale in Hammersmith
Adrian Seal eats at the Draft House, 238 Shepherd’s Bush Road, Hammersmith, W6 7NL. Tel: 020 7042 5109. Go to: www.drafthouse.co.uk
Music heritage heavyweights wade into battle to save 'home' of British rock
Author and Director of Musicology at Kansas University Dr Roberta Freund Schwartz and ex-editor of MOJO magazine Paul Trynka have added their weight to a campaign to save The Ealing Rooms
Ealing London Borough Council
Historic music site where the Rolling Stones formed could be torn down by developers
Campaigners are desperate to save The Ealing Club which they see as being the birth place of British rhythm and blues and a missed opportunity for music tourism
Pop diva Kylie Minogue to headline concert at Hyde Park in June
Tickets have gone on sale for this year's Barclaycard Presents British Summer Time concert which will be headlined by the one and only Kylie Minogue.
Brentford comedian to appear on West End stage alongside Alex Reid
Marcus Gibson, who runs the Bees' German fan club, will showcase his comic creations in Factor 2025, at Leicester Square Theatre
Sooty Show heads the new year line up at Richmond Theatre
Here's what's coming to Richmond Theatre in the new year, including children's TV favourite Sooty.
Review: Aladdin starring Justin Fletcher from CBeebies is New Victoria Theatre, Woking's 'best panto for years'
Mark Lundrigan watched Aladdin at Woking's New Victoria Theatre.
West London acts top the charts for the most Christmas hits
West London musicians have more Christmas top 10 singles than musicians from Manchester and Liverpool, see the list.
West London number one for topping music charts in UK
Artists responsible for London's top spot include Freddie Mercury of Feltham from Queen, Elton John of Pinner and Ronnie Woods of Hillingdon from Rolling Stones
Jerry Hall to make panto debut in her hometown of Richmond
Former wife of Rolling Stones star relishing chance to get paid to be evil!
In pictures: Thousands enjoy top acts at Ealing Blues Festival
There was no reason to feel blue as the music, atmosphere and warm weather delighted the crowd
Dancer ready to wow Sadler's Wells
A dancer from Notting Hill who honed her craft at two of Chiswick’s famous stage schools is preparing for a season at Sadler’s Wells.
Looking Back: Rich history of the Hammersmith Palais
A large block of student flats in Shepherd's Bush Road is almost complete and, looking at the site now, it is hard to believe it used to be home to one of the most iconic entertainment venues in London's history.
What Kevin Heard: Re-formed Suede are in expansive form
Reviewer Kevin Bryan offers his thoughts on a selection of music he has been listening to this week.