Nineties Nostalgia Issues A New Wave Of Reunion Tours

The nineties was an eclectic period of music history, with the emergence of grunge and Britpop, and the continued growth of urban music and hip-hop. But one genre undoubtedly dominated the UK charts from 1990-1999, where nine out of ten artists who spent the most weeks at number one were pop groups or pop acts, and 12 out of 14 of artists with the most number ones in that decade hailed from the same category. Pop music, not to be confused with the sixties-punk sound inherited by Britpop, was a force to be reckoned with.

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British Soul Vocalist Seal Brings 90s Nostalgia To Nottingham

Most popular soul vocalist of the 90s, Seal took to the stage on 20th February 2018, the day after his 55th birthday, at Royal Concert Hall, in Nottingham.

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Adaline Takes Us Back To The Start Of Love With ‘Nostalgia’

Adaline’s hook-infused compositions and moodily romantic lyrics take you right into the world of the Toronto, Canada artist. An expert at weaving cinematic elements into her art, the video for Adaline’s single, ‘Nostalgia’, starring Giacomo Gianniotti, best known for ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ is more like a beautifully shot film.

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Every UK Number One Song: Hey Joe

“Hey Joe ” by Frankie Laine was Number One on 24th October 1953 and it remained at number one for 2 weeks. Now this is a fast…

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