Situated right in the middle of the country, the East Midlands has played host to an array of wonders from xylophone playing homeless people, to castles, to kings buried under car parks.
Damon Albarn Joins East End Pub Singers, The Gents, for a Good Old Fashioned knees-up. Long live pianos in pubs!
Last week Damon Albarn finished performing at his own gig following the launch of his first solo album Everyday Robots and decided to join in the fun by singing a version of Parklife with these two naughty scamps. In this special case - their performance was filmed on an iPhone and the footage, as you would imagine, ended up on YouTube.
One Direction are the latest act to be added to the line-up of Radio 1’s Big Weekend, which will see some of the biggest
It's that time of year again - the rumour mill is in full swing as we speculate on who will be joining the judging panel
Jake Bugg has never been one to keep his opinions to himself, having previously slammed acts like One Direction, who he described
Starting off his set acoustically sat down with the first in a relay of guitars that seamlessly appear throughout the evening. He mixes up tracks from his self titled debut album with more recently Rick Rubin produced 'Shangri La'.
Robbie Williams was sending out a distinctly mixed message at the Q Awards last night in London, where he bagged an award
Talent, Guitar and an iPhone: Jake Bugg Reveals How Musicians Can Rise to Fame With Their Integrity Intact
It was through this raw talent, a bit of advice and starting promote his music locally through his local BBC Introducing radio station that Jake Bugg's music caught the attention of the masses... oh, and a record company. While still a teenager the little blighter had a number one album...
This Bank Holiday weekend sees one of the best line-ups ever for Newcastle's Evolution music festival. The festival, known
'No political or cultural figurehead has ever come up with the phrase "a British dream", so Mod appeals to me politically because it's the closest we've ever come to having an American Dream.' So says Richard Weight, author of Mod: A Very British Style.