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.
Former venue manager and promoter of The Underground, one of Hanley’s most-loved music venues, has gone on to start up a new venture in artist management.
Dominic Webber, 31, from Stoke announced the new business, Morningstar Management, last week (8 March).
“It’s a sad day for music” says Stoke-on-Trent music store owner Robert Barrs.
After 66 years of weekly print publication, National Music Express magazine has been released for the last time.
The print version will be entirely replaced by the website NME.com, which will be expanded on.
The 6 Towns Radio Awards returned to celebrate local heroes for the seventh year running.
The event was held at The Mitchell Arts Centre, Hanley, on Tuesday February 27. This year, there were a record number of votes recorded, compared to previous years. compared to previous years.
Nantwich teenager Sinead D’Abreu-Hayling came fifth in the nationwide UK Open Mic competition – an amazing feat for a 17-year-old studying A-levels in Newcastle-under-Lyme.
So who is Sinead and what does the future hold?
Staffslive reporter Amy Berwick finds out more.
Punk for the Jeremy Corbyn generation – Jake Bayliss reviews Cabbage at The Sugarmill.
The Stoke Music Hall of Fame opened its doors at Bethesda Chapel, Hanley, on Friday 19 January for the first of four weekends.
Birmingham’s Digbeth Dining Club has relaunched, after a new makeover. Based at the stylish and…