We recently reviewed Oasis' Definitely Maybe 20 years on. 1994 was a pretty cool year for British music.
90s Grunge band Pearl Jam have covered Disney's "Let It Go" from their hit film, Frozen.
Extra seats have been released for superstar Katy Perry’s UK leg of THE PRISMATIC WORLD TOUR. The tour will start on 7th May at Belfast’s Odyssey Arena and will continue through Newcastle, Nottingham, Birmingham, Glasgow, Manchester, Liverpool, Sheffield and finally culminating in 4 nights at London’s O2 Arena on 27th, 28th, 30th and 31st May.
As Oasis' debut album is 20 years old this year, yes that's right, it's 20 years old! In fact, it's actual birthday is on 30th August, since it was released on Tuesday 30th August 1994, yes you read that right, 1994.
Aerosmith have been announced as the first headliner for the new Calling Festival, to be held in Clapham Common on Saturday 28 & Sunday 29 June 2014.
Jack Johnson has announced a Summer headline show in London. Jack will play at the Eventim Apollo Hammersmith in London on Sunday the 20th of July in support of his sixth studio album, ‘From Here To Now To You’.
This show sits as part of a busy 2014 world tour that will see Jack and the band headline shows and festivals around the world including stops in North & South America, Australia and Europe.
The album, 'From Here To Now To You' went top ten in the UK charts and #1 in the States. The tour of the same name, continues to pave the way in green touring practices and community engagement initiatives. Greening actions include fueling tour vehicles with sustainable biodiesel, offering eco-friendly tour merchandise, sourcing local food from local farms, and promoting ride share programs and mass transit in addition to engaging venues and fans to eliminate single-use plastics, recycle, use water refill stations and invest in community-based carbon offset projects. Visit www.jackjohnsonmusic.com/greening for all tour greening details.
Support for this show will appear in the form of Californian singer-songwriter Matt Costa. Jack Johnson tickets go on-sale 9am on Friday 14th March.
The last few weeks have seen the return of Klaxons with their first single in 4 years ‘There Is No Other Time’ and accompanying A-Side track ‘Children Of The Sun’. Now they announce further details of their hotly anticipated third studio album as well as a run of UK tour dates for April.
“Kenny G”, the most successful saxophonist of all time, begins his UK tour at the Manchester Bridgewater Hall on Sunday April 20, followed Birmingham Symphony Hall (April 21) and Hammersmith Eventim Apollo (April 22).
Snoop Dogg aka Snoop Lion returns to the UK to play O2 Academy Brixton on Thursday 5th June. Also joining Snoop on the night will be London rapper Wretch 32 and BBC Radio 1 and 1Xtra DJ Mistajam.
Pet Shop Boys will play a further four UK dates on their “Electric” Tour in 2014. This run of shows will see them visit Brighton, Birmingham, Cardiff and Blackpool in May and June.
Following the success of his sold out October dates last year, John Mayer has announced a one-off show at The O2, London on Monday 9th June.
Legendary Liverpool band Echo & the Bunnymen are putting the finishing touches on their 12th studio album and first since 2009, Meteorites, which will be released April 28th.