On BBC Music Day the BBC aims to “bring the nation together”. It celebrates the power of music and it’s ability to transform and change lives.
Half an hour before doors opened and as rain threatened to fall from the Staffordshire sky, a stream of expectant Don Broco fans lined the Keele University campus.
There is no doubt that you would have heard of the iconic Oasis album Definitely Maybe (1994).
However, what you probably didn’t know was the story behind the cover photo of the album.
Stoke-on-Trent music fans are coming together to celebrate National Record Store Day today (April 21)!
Stores across the country will be selling exclusive vinyl’s written by artists and will also be putting on shows and events to attract new customers.
J Cole has taken a mature, focused look on the message he wants to convey and released an album that is not phenomenal, but still solid.
Ariana Grande has released new single No Tears Left To Cry today, her first major release since the Manchester bombing at her concert in May last year.
The crowd were feeling supersonic at Hanley’s The Exchange as they sung along to Oasis’ greatest hits on Friday (6th).
Stoke-on-Trent alternative-rock band Alter Eden have announced its new record label today, which is owned completely by their fans.
One of the last people alive to have worked with legendary English rock band, The Beatles, has lifted the lid on his time spent with the group.
A group of Stoke-on-Trent musicians are hosting a charity gig to raise awareness of domestic violence towards men.
The concert ‘Hail Pete’ which will take place in Newcastle-under-Lyme, is in memory of musician Peter Davegun, who was beaten to death by his partner four years ago.