Tommy Ramone, the last original member from influential band, has died aged 62. 

The band, founded in New York in 1974, had a major influence on punk rock. Tommy Ramone was the last surviving member of its original lineup. He had reportedly been undergoing treatment for cancer. 

• RIP Tommy Ramone: your band captured the sound in my head

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Conchita Wurst: ‘Most artists are sensitive and insecure people. I am too’

In the two months since she won Eurovision, Conchita Wurst has become a global star. Here she reflects on homophobia, gay marriage, Vladimir Putin (‘a very handsome man’) – and her dreams of winning a Grammy

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Dolly Parton offers to take home dog found at Glastonbury festival

Dolly Parton has offered to adopt a dog that was left behind at Glastonbury. The American country singer said she would take the white lurcher back to the US if its owner was not found. Read more

Photo: Dolly the dog was found at Glastonbury festival. (Adam Gray/SWNS.com)

La Roux - live:

These are sullen and internally fractured sentiments, yet they’re still set within gloriously upbeat pop tunes. Read the review

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With album sales down and recording budgets slashed, what does the future hold for studios? Katherine Rose photographs the sites that have kept faith in the music. More photos here

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Dolly Parton rewarded Glastonbury with a performance that surely calls for a redefinition of the word “crowdpleaser”. Read the five-star review 

Dolly Parton performs on the Glastonbury’s Pyramid stage on Sunday afternoon. Photo: Samir Hussein/Redferns/Getty Images

“His name was Jonathan. He had a tent in the Healing Field. He promised a massage like no other … personal satisfaction apparently involves taking your shirt off in front of strangers. And then straddling a giant cushion. And then getting my hair pulled by a man who kept whispering ‘surrender to me’ into my ear.”

Level seven of a multi-storey car park in southeast London isn’t where you’d expect to hear Sibelius’s Fifth Symphony. Nonetheless, that’s where the Multi-Story orchestra are performing. Read more