El Mundo/Richard Salvino: Archivo de Guatemala review – perfect balance of sacred and profane. (Naxos)This thoughtful collection of compositions from the Cathedral of Guatemala City archives reimagines a wealth of music made in colonial Latin America
‘It was so frightening for a singer, but then I thought, ‘What the hell,’’ the singer said. ‘And what does Kaavan know? He hasn't gone to any concert’
Famous faces including Love Island host Laura Whitmore and Game Of Thrones star Maisie Williams posted their support.
With the help of producer Ethan Johns, the Welsh singer’s barnacled baritone steers a steady course through Moog-soaked covers of favourite songs
Les McKeown, Bay City Rollers frontman, dies aged 65. Singer died suddenly at home according to family, with no cause of death announced
Tom Jones: Surrounded By Time review – clever experiments by chameleonic crooner. (EMI)Playing the hits on stage allows Jones free rein in the studio – spoken word, doomy electronics and 60s psych are threaded through songs by Dylan, Michael Kiwanuka and more
Teenage Fanclub’s Norman Blake: ‘My first band was the Spanking Newts’Back with a new album, the Fannies frontman remembers his teenage years, from the kindness of the Specials to selling guitar strings to John Martyn – and trying to impress with his ice-skating skills Norman Blake with some of his teenage influences: (clockwise from left) Terry Hall, ice skating and the novels of John Wyndham. Composite: Getty/Redferns
Before The Greatest Showman or A Star is Born, there have been scores that have become etched into the cultural zeitgeist because they captured moments that spoke to us long after the final credits roll