An auction staged to mark what would have been late guitar great Les Paul's 97th birthday has raised almost $5 million (£3.1 million).
The two-day Julien’s Auctions Les Paul estate sale in Beverly Hills featured items like the legendary musician's 1927 Gibson L5 sunburst guitar, which sold for $87,500 (£54,700), a Les Paul touring rig, which sold for $81,250 (£50,780) and the 1982 Gibson Les Paul prototype recording model, which went under the hammer for $180,000 (£112,500).
Other highlights of the weekend auction included a collection of Les Paul research notes, a Gibson Les Paul Custom 80th birthday guitar and a Les Paul recording console.
When a 100+ year-old copper & gold mine in Chile suffers considerable damage to the shaft due to a cave-in, the world's news is quick to report the...
The ex-'Top Gear' trio have a new home on Amazon Prime, and the as-yet-untitled show will be launching in 2016.
The 22 year old quit One Direction back in March, and is now making the first steps towards a solo career.
The artwork was unveiled to remember Lennon, who was assassinated in New York in 1980, his struggles to gain citizenship.
The winner will get to spend one AAA night on the set of the famous Aussie soap.
Surprise albums are becoming increasingly common in 2015, to the point where they’re failing...
Ben Affleck has denied the sensational report that he is a new relationship with his children’s ex-nanny...