The unsung hero that is Independent Venue Week (IVW) runs from Monday 29 January to Sunday 4 February, and we’re here to tell you where to go and support you favourite local acts in your favourite local venues.
Stoke-on-Trent maybe shaken up by losing out on this year’s City of Culture bid.
But there is still a silver lining – in the form of colourful maracas made for legendary Indie singer Bez!
At 25 years old, pop singer Tiggi Hawke has already released an infectious four track EP ‘Burn Notice’. Her catchy new track ‘Dangerous Behaviour’ with dutch DJ Mika Mago has only been out for over a month and has 107K streams on Spotify alone.
Singer Dan Croll says the last few years have been challenging for him in the music industry.
After a flying start to his music career with his debut album ‘Sweet Disarray” reaching 26 in the UK album charts, Croll was dropped by his first record label.
V Festival is due to be rebranded after its main sponsor Virgin withdrew.
Since 1999 it has held its annual twin events in Weston Park, Staffordshire and Hylands Park in Chelmsford.
Not many bands can say that they can’t be classified under a genre, but Captain Stingray’s Groove Machine are an exception.
It’s not just the 300+ years of experience they have between them, nor the experience of playing with the greatest blues musicians in the world; Muddy Waters, Buddy Guy, you name them, that keeps these OAPs filling out theatres and touring the world.
After nearly 40 years of touring the world the Blues Band are coming to the Prince William Theatre in Cannock Chase later today (October 20).
Joyous performance shows why sky is the limit for ‘Formidable’ foursome.
Kasabian are set to play an intimate acoustic performance this Thursday, 15 June 2017, exclusively for Reading and Leeds 2017 ticket holders.