An Australian band with a back catalogue as varied and diverse as their nation’s population is heading to the South West this summer on the latest stop of a successful world tour – ahead of the release of a third album this year.
After 10 years and three top-10 albums, it is a sad sight to see one of Britain’s best loved, home grown indie bands preparing for their farewell tour.
Are you having withdrawals after Weston-super-Mare’s first ever Hazy Days festival?
Chas and Dave are taking their memorable songs and humour to The Playhouse in Weston-super-Mare.
The Bristol Bach Choir will make their way to All Saints’ Church in Weston ahead of their international trip to Estonia.
Rock band Feeder are set to rock the O2 Academy in Bristol later this year after celebrating the release of their ninth album.
A brass band from East London is recreating jazz music for the modern day, getting people on their feet and dancing along – with an upcoming tour date in Bristol sure to entertain.
A BAFTA nominated and Ivor Novello Award-winning songwriter has swapped the pen for a microphone, and is taking his band to Bristol this month.
Hazy Days festival is set to wow the Tropicana from tonight (Friday) until Sunday with a host of local and international talent on display.
Young singer and guitarist Sunjay will perform his folk and blues tunes in Frenchay.
Chart-topping 1970s soul group The Real Thing are set to perform in Weston this summer, bringing their smooth sounds on a nationwide tour.
The inaugural Hazy Days festival is on its way and the response has been ‘fantastic’ according to its organiser, with tickets flying out and a huge amount of volunteers also doing their bit.
A big-name DJ who is heading up the after-party for the biggest Pride festival in the country is coming to Weston-super-Mare this summer.
American band Parade Of Lights are travelling across the pond for a number of UK dates and will conclude their visit in Bristol.
Brent Knoll’s annual music on the green event will welcome a blues, soul and Motown band to get the village dancing.
Listen to a Radiohead album as you never have before with a reggae and ska band.
The Chicago Blues Brothers are back, complete with their trademark pork pie hats and sunglasses – but this time, they are armed with a new stage set and fresh moves.
A rollerblading accident may have put Eve Selis’ career on hold – but it hasn’t stopped her creating some brand new country music.
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