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Roxette, one of music’s most treasured and successful pop acts to achieve international stardom and the most successful musical export to emerge from Sweden after ABBA, made a triumphant return to the UK last night with a one off concert at London’s Wembley Arena. With record sales exceeding 75 million the duo which consists of...

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One of music’s most eloquent and exquisite stars took to the London roads this week following the release of her latest classically tinged record, Night of Hunters. Tori Amos, the song writing queen who has melted our hearts with whispery nuggets of musical gold like Winter, Hey Jupiter, A Sorta Fairytale and Spark as well...

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With the stage beautifully set and the 41-piece London Symphonica Orchestra in place George Michael’s Symphonica Tour finally hit the UK this week with a 4 date residency at the Royal Albert Hall and what venue could be more fitting to host one of music’s most iconic singer-songwriters. With the European leg of the tour...

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American country-pop sweethearts Lady Antebellum have been riding high on the waves of international success over the past 12 months and seem to be showing no signs of slowing down anytime soon. In fact it seems to be quite the opposite having already scored themselves in excess of five million record sales, five number one...

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Beyonce Knowles, or more simply Beyonce as the world has come to know her, is by no means a stranger to international adoration. The multiple Grammy Award winning songstress, at only 29 years of age, has already lived a fruitful life of lavish and acclaim in both her time in girl group Destiny’s Child, who...

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With a myriad of international chart topping releases firmly under his belt including his mesmerising fourth studio album release White Ladder it’s no wonder singer/songwriter David Gray has the worlds music loving audience nestled comfortably in the palm of his hands. The career defining 1998 release secured the musician with some of the most awe-inspiring...

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Hanson first came to the our attention back in 1997 with a round of hits that have gone on to be some of the defining moments in nineties music. With three spritely lads in a video talking about Mmmbop-ing their songs brought out the child in the adults and the screaming teenage girls in the...

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Four years have passed since Andrea Corr, the youngest of four siblings who together conquered the international charts as Irish pop quartet The Corrs, released a record. 2007’s debut Ten Feet High provided Andrea with her first venture into solo stardom and a project away from a band that she had been emerged so deeply...

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Kiwi singing hottie Dane Rumble has quickly become a household name in his native New Zealand. Emerging from the 2008 disbanding of the successful hip hop collective Fast Crew, Dane declared his homeland celebrity status after the release of his giant top 20 debut hit Always Be Here took the radio waves hostage. Following up...

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Since early 2003 Georgian-British singer-songwriter Katie Melua has been riding high on the waves of acclaim and worldwide adoration. The syrupy voiced starlet has been busy for the best part of the last decade releasing a commendable catologue of groundbreaking records and building an impressive string of hits including Nine Million Bicycles In Beijing, Call...

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Kiwi folk starlet Brooke Fraser has been a shining beam of musical delight for the best part of a decade in her native New Zealand, gradually building a strong reputation as one of the most talented and acclaimed musicians to make waves outside of the Pacific over the past 10 years. With her debut album,...

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Scotland’s laid back folk quartet, Kassidy, have been making a sturdy name for themselves. The band have been touring quite extensively over the past twelve months and have been going from whistle stop venues to large outdoor festivals (including an incredible performance on Latitude Festivals main stage in the summer) as well as prolific spaces...

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Having only heard of Rumer from what was played on the telly within the 30 seconds of brief yet effective advertising of her debut record, Seasons Of My Soul, I have to admit I was a little bit wet behind the ears when it came to seeing the sultry singer perform her sell out Shepherds...

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