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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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Illinois folk songstress Lissie has been making quite a name for herself over this past year. After releasing her first EP in November 2009 titled, Why You Runnin’, the singer raked in the fans by the thousands and has become easily compared to the likes of iconic Fleetwood Mac singer Stevie Nicks due to her...

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Currently on the road in the middle of a hectic touring schedule that has included several dates at some of the biggest festivals around the country including Bestival, T In The Park and a main stage slot at Latitude festival, Americana inspired Scots, Kassidy played a special evening at London’s eloquent and intimate Borderline on...

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Fran Healy has been quite the busy boy over the past year. Completing his first solo record, Wreckorder, that sees its release this coming Monday has been filling up the scottish songsmith’s hectic schedule quite nicely and with that comes some remarkable promotional gigs and appearances. Healy has had impressive career which spans an impressive...

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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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