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NEWS DIGEST - MONDAY, OCTOBER 15

Led_zeppelin With only a matter of weeks to go until Led Zeppelin hit the stage at the Ahmet Ertegun Tribute, news clatters in that the band’s back catalogue is to be made available via digital download for the very first time. Fans will be able to get their hands on Zep’s eight studio albums through a selection of digital services, including the all-conquering iTunes, from November 13.

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The New York Times has further Zep download details here.

The Police have been forced to postpone this week’s two Manchester shows (tonight and tomorrow), as Sting’s throat infection continues to plague the band’s world tour. Promoter’s Live Nation hope to reschedule the gigs as soon as possible.

After the horrors of Hurricane Katrina, 79-year old Fats Domino is gearing up for the release of a new record, Goin' Home, which sees the likes of Paul McCartney and Robert Plant lending their talents to some of the legend's most rollicking tunes. The Telegraph has been talking to the man here.

The White Stripes are selling a series of limited edition gifts at 12pm today via their official website. Funky camera collectors should click here for details.

Did everyone catch Murray Lerner’s Bob Dylan documentary on BBC4 last night? If not, here’s the man himself cranking things up for a riotous, crowd-baffling run through Maggie’s Farm at Newport Folk Festival, 1965.

Posted by Ross_Bennett at 11:33AM | Categories: News