Nick JD Hodgson – ‘Tell Your Friends’

Founding and former member of Kaiser Chiefs and songwriter Nick JD Hodgson has released his debut solo album, ‘Tell Your Friends’.

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Cornbury Festival Set To Return Summer 2018 Following An Unprecedented Wave Of Demand From Fans!

Firmly believed by all involved to be the last ever Cornbury Festival, July 2017’s Fabulous Finale was a huge success with sell-out crowds enjoying a superb, sunny weekend in the company of Bryan Adams, Jools Holland and the Kaiser Chiefs. Organiser Hugh Phillimore quoted after the glorious weekend: ’We all know that a party is only as good as its guests and thanks to everyone we had a truly fantastic and memorable weekend.”

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Cornbury Festival 2017

I’ve left writing my review of this incredible event longer than I normally would as I wanted to collect my thoughts about exactly what I witnessed, what I was part of, what made this fabulous finale, well, fabulous.

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Festival No 6: Friday and Saturday Highlights

This year’s Portmeirion Festival saw a tricky time battling with the weather changes in the sky. From closing car parks to flooded tents, Festival No 6 contended with Mother Nature.

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Competition: Win Tickets to See Steve McCrorie At London’s Borderline!

We have two pairs of tickets to give away to see The Voice winner, Stevie McCrorie on March 23 at London’s Borderline Venue!

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Stevie McCrorie Is Ready to Go into the ‘Big World’

Following his victory on ‘The Voice’ last year, Stevie McCrorie is all set to release his debut album ‘Big World’ this Friday, 8 January. The album is available to pre-order, along with the lead single, ‘My Heart Never Lies’.

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Aubrey Whitfield – Every Cloud

Aubrey Whitfeld is a singer/songwriter originating from Merseyside, but now working out of London. Described as ‘a grittier Annie Lennox’, she created her own record label, 2ube…

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