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After an eight year live absence as the famous duo and a new studio album pencilled in for early 2011, Swedens hook heavy pop juggernaut, Roxette, are back on the road with a series of European concerts throughout August and September of 2010. Marie Fredriksson and Per Gessle formed Roxette back in 1986 and went...

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With crossover country having become increasingly popular over the past ten years with the likes of multi-million selling superstars including Faith Hill, Taylor Swift and the leader of the surge, Shania Twain, all adapting to the cycle of change and evolving into some of musics most influential and lucrative exports, Nashville’s Lady Antebellum has emerged...

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Billed as the headline for Wednesday’s Golddust evening at Hoxton Bar and Kitchens intimate showcase space, Tennessee born singer Lauren Pritchard took the opportunity among a busy touring and promoting schedule to play to a small crowd a set of songs from her upcoming debut record, Wasted in Jackson. No stranger to the London circuit,...

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With one of the most distinctive voices of any female in pop music Macy Gray is back with her latest album The Sellout which throws her back into the ring with the big guns. Absent from the scene for a couple of years but with singles like I Try along with Grammy award winning parent...

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Vibrant up-and-coming singer Laura Steel is about to burst onto the UK music scene with her electro-pop debut single Feedback over the coming weeks. Ahead of performing alongside the likes of Lily Allen and Jay-Z at this years Wireless Festival in London’s Hyde Park, Laura took to the intimate enclosure of London’s Soho Theatre to...

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Arriving at the Natural History Museum at around 18.30pm I wasn’t sure what to expect from a performance at the venue. I knew there was a Music Day event of some sort taking place and was pleased to see that the performances were to be held outdoors, showcasing some of musics new and rising talent....

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Rubylux are a fairly new band consisting of four bright and spritely lads from Brighton’s buzzing music scene and are now also one of the UK’s brightest up and coming bands. Their debut album Fake Control was released at the start of the month and on its first day was catapulted to the Top 20....

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Singer/songwriter and chamber popster Ed Harcourt’s latest venture in poetic self assessment came to fruition with his latest release Lustre which seen its release this month. To follow the albums release Ed has been on the road promoting the record and added a date at Wilton’s Music Hall on Friday 18th June to perform songs...

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Having triumphantly sold out three consecutive gigs at the Shepherds Bush Empire The Temper Trap have been enjoying a successful year on the live scene. Originating from Melbourne, Australia, the band were catapulted into the international spotlight with the enormous single that is Sweet Disposition. The song was on constant rotation throughout all of 2009...

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Reef haven’t been around for a long time now. The Glastonbury band formed in 1993 and had a string of hits in the 90′s britpop era due largely to the infectious pop records the band produced such as Superhero, All I Want and the party anthem Place Your Hands as well as the distinctive vocals of front...

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For the 6 weeks leading up to Tuesdays gig at Cadogan Hall in Sloane Square I had a lot of people pose the same question to me when I told them who I was going to see – “who is Timothy B. Schmit?”. Even when telling people who he was, my answer was often rounded...

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Turin Brakes have been around for over a decade now. The duo made up of Olly Knights and Gale Paridjanian are probably best known for singles Painkiller (Summer Rain) and Underdog and containing one of the most recognizable and astounding voices in the acoustic folk pop circle. It’s not too often that we get a...

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