Ed Sheeran breaks arm in cycling accident

"I've had a bit of a bicycle accident," wrote the star on his Instagram page, posting a picture of his arm in a cast.

"I'm currently waiting on some medical advice, which may affect some of my upcoming shows. Please stay tuned for further news."

The 26-year-old was on a break from his world tour, but was due to resume with a gig in Taipei next week.

He has a further 14 dates scheduled this year, including concerts in Japan, South Korea and Thailand, before kicking off the Australian leg of his tour in March 2018.

This musician strummed a guitar during his own brain surgery

That's where Abhishek Prasad peddled his musical wares during a four-hour surgery in India that aimed to correct cramping in his fingers, his surgeon said.

For 20 months before the July 11 procedure, Prasad had suffered from a neurological condition called musical dystonia, said Dr. Sharan Srinivasan, head neurosurgeon at the Bhagwayn Mahaveer Jain Hospital in Bangalore.

Noah Cyrus is more than Miley's sister

The 17-year-old sibling of Miley Cyrus dropped a new single on Friday morning, and the internet is a buzz about the rising star.

"If you're awake and haven't listened to Stay Together by Noah Cyrus, why r u even up #YourWelcome," tweeted one fan.

"Can't stop singing along to #StayTogether by @noahcyrus," wrote another.

If you're not yet familiar with the youngest Cyrus, here's a bit more about the songstress.

Pacific music master Bill Sevesi farewelled

RNZI reports the acclaimed ukulele and steel guitar player died late last month at the age of 92.

Children playing ukuleles greeted friends and family of the musician as the service at the Holy Trinity Cathedral in Parnell began.

Widow mourns after sudden death of 29-year-old husband

Her husband sports a large Tongan mat around his waist and body.

"It was his grandfather's. He really wanted to do the big Tongan thing," she smiles.

ʻĀpō for Mētui Fīnau will be held on Friday

Kaniva News reports the 29-year-old Tongan musician and member of west Auckland band Spacifix died suddenly on March 24.

A coroner has yet to determine the cause of his death.

His wife Natasha Finau told Fairfax Media she was with Mētui at the time before he died doing some fitness exercises.