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Saturday 20 September 2014 6:48 PM

Latest Bands & Music News

They've been making hearts swoon for almost eight years now and they're about to grace the scene with their fifth studio album.

Blake singer Stephen Bowman says the time the band have spent together is 'equivalent to two average marriages' and puts this down to them sharing a similar sense of humour.

He even claims that together they can recite the

09:00 Sun 14 Sep 2014
Rat Pack The purveyors of cool are set to swing into Reading for a night of classic crooning. The show will bring to life some of the 20th century's fondest musical memories, with classics from Frank Sinatra,
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17:00 Thu 11 Sep 2014
Dreaming of Kate Wow! an unbelievable Kate Bush tribute act is more busy than ever following the Wuthering Heights singer's new gigs at the Hammersmith Apollo. Maaike Breijman, originally from Haarlem, Holland, is taking her Kate Bush act
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17:00 Wed 10 Sep 2014
Skunks Classic Motown, soul and reggae tunes plus some original tracks are set to fill the Maiden's Head pub on Saturday night. Starting at 8pm, the live act will be covering music from the likes of
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17:21 Tue 09 Sep 2014
YolanDa Brown 'Excitement' said multi-award winning saxophonist YolanDa Brown about what she feels when she gets up on stage. The 31-year-old, who has two MOBOs to her name as well a couple of UMAs, is set to
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13:00 Sat 13 Sep 2014
Sean Rumsey One year on from appearing on The Voice UK, Sean Rumsey has just released his first EP. 'Alive' came out on Sunday, August 25, and the 27-year-old said he is hoping the record is something
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13:00 Thu 11 Sep 2014
RUA There's no room for rivalry among the Windsor-based Brown siblings, who've capitalised on their unbreakable bond and pooled their musical talents to make a band. Roseanna, 22, Alanna, 24, and 19-year-old Jonathan are the RUA
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09:00 Wed 10 Sep 2014
Open Sore Seventies Slough punks will play their first home-town gig in five years at a special intimate free gig. Formed in 1977, Open Sore were a popular fixture on the London club scene, particularly The Roxy.
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10:05 Thu 28 Aug 2014
Nick Pynne Kate Daisy Grant Genre-defying duo Nick Pynn and Kate Daisy Grant will bring their critically-acclaimed double act to Maidenhead's Norden Farm tomorrow night. Michael Owens asked them what the audience can expect from their unique show, featuring one
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