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After a lengthy separation from the world of pop megastardom, 5 piece pop collective Steps made a very welcome return to the live stage in 2012 and offered us a greater hits package and festive covers collection before taking a well deserved break to absorb their reclaimed success with fans who had waited a very...

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Pride was out on full display last night with one of pop musics most celebrated and loved acts dominating the outdoor stage in the picturesque London suburb of Greenwich. With the historic Old Royal Navy College grounds serving as the picture perfect backdrop of the night, 90’s pop hit makers Steps brought their hit Summer...

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Nostalgia was out on full display last night as one of Scotland’s finest outfits dominated the capital with a performance of late nineties/early noughties hits that have evidently stood the test of time. Travis – led by down to earth, raspy voiced front-man Fran Healy – played the second of two shows at the prestigious...

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Over seven years have passed since Latin superstar Shakira last played a London stage. In that time she has grown her catalogue of hits through the release of both Spanish (2010’s Sale el Sol) and English (2014’s Shakira) language releases and also found time to raise a family of 2 boys with Spanish football husband,...

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After stepping in to headline Glastonbury in 2015, it’s been all quiet on the Florence & The Machine front. A radio silence over the past 3 years was broken by the news their 4th album would be released next month. Ahead of their upcoming support slots for none other than The Rolling Stones, Florence assembled...

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Time was, Evanescence were every teen emo kid’s go to band whenever things got a little tough. Fast forward to 2018, and tonight the band are performing hits new and old alongside a full orchestra in one of London’s most impressive settings. The Royal Festival Hall has likely never seen such dedication to a band...

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A red carpet welcome met Balham boys Turin Brakes tonight as the one-time duo of Olly Knights and Gale Paridjanian turner foursome, with the addition of Rob Allum on drums and Eddie Myer on bass, set their acoustic sights on the eloquent and world famous London Palladium, right in the heart of the capital. The...

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Flaunting a brand new record still fresh on the digital shelves and from hitting the number one spot on the UK charts, Hackney soul siren Paloma Faith returned to the forefront of the British music scene a brand new woman at the end of 2017. The aforementioned album – the widely acclaimed, The Architect –...

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Performing to packed arenas is something that has been coming naturally to The Script for a number of years now so selling out two shows at the iconic O2 Arena is all in a days work for front man Danny O’Donoghue and his band mates. With 5 studio albums under their belts and currently on...

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Erasure has sold more than 25 million albums in its 30 year history, and is one of the most successful bands of the late 1980’s and mid 90’s. Formed in London in 1985, the synthpop duo comprised of Andy Bell (vocals) and Vince Clarke (keyboards) have achieved 24 top 40 hits in the UK by...

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With the temperatures plummeting close to freezing, crowds outside Brixton’s O2 Academy are only more eager to get into last night’s show from Mancunian lads; Hurts. Hot off the hells of their latest album; Desire, Theo and Adam are visibly taken aback by the supportive crowd. Striding out onto the stage, Theo Hutchcraft oozes a star quality...

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Gorillaz, nearly at the end of first part of their Humanz tour in Europe, delivered an outstanding performance at The O2 Arena, enriched by a long list of featured artists. The guests continued to arrive, from Noel Gallagher to Little Simz (who was the opening artist of the night), and from Pos Dave Maseo (De...

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Little Mix know how to make an entrance. On 25 November, the UK chart-topping, X Factor-winning girl group whipped the London O2 Arena into a frenzy when they kicked off the second to last show on their Glory Days Tour. Opening with Power, the girls stormed the stage dressed in studded leather outfits supported by...

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