Review: Let’s Rock Wales, Bute Park, Cardiff

Andy Howells visits Cardiff’s Bute Park for a day of retro pop as Let’s Rock Wales plays host to Soft Cell, Wet Wet Wet, Tony Hadley, Nik Kershaw, Nathan Moore, Clare Grogan and many more!

Eleri & Eädyth Call Out Against Music Industry Sexism with New Single – Good For A Girl

Wales’ country siren ELERI returns with a feisty new single ‘Good for A Girl’ to kick off her summer run of festival dates.

Hue and Cry’s Pat Kane Reveals Music Inspirations Ahead of Star-Studded Let’s Rock Wales Festival

Scottish pop duo Hue and Cry are to play the UK’s biggest retro festival Let’s Rock Wales which comes to Cardiff’s Bute Park on May 27, the last remaining tickets available via

Singer/Songwriter Harriet Heads To Cardiff Acapela with “Empowering” New Album, The Outcome

Ahead of a date at Cardiff’s Acapela studios, Harriet recently discussed her music inspirations with Andy Howells.

Review: Lucie Jones and The Fulltone Orchestra, St David’s Hall, Cardiff

Andy Howells reviews Welsh stage and music star Lucie Jones concert with The Fulltone Orchestra at Cardiff’s St David’s Hall.

Mary Hopkin and Daughter Jessica Lee Morgan Release New Album – Two Hearts

Welsh singer/songwriter Mary Hopkin has released a new single, You’ve Got Everything, from her new album, today, on her 73rd birthday, in collaboration with her daughter, Jessica Lee Morgan.  

“An Atmosphere of Friendliness Everywhere” – Orwain Arwel Hughes CBE Launches 38th Welsh Proms for Cardiff’s St David’s Hall

Andy Howells attends the launch of the 38th Welsh Proms – set to take place at Cardiff’s St David’s Hall this July and speaks to Artistic Director Owain Arwel Hughes CBE about the programme.

Iceland Symphony Orchestra Join Forces with Sir Stephen Hough at St David’s Hall

THE Cardiff Classical Series continues at St David’s Hall on Thursday 27 April with a rare chance to experience the Iceland Symphony Orchestra joining forces with Sir Stephen Hough.

From Shout To Independence – Lulu Goes For The Record at Newport’s Riverfront Theatre

A smile spreads across her face as she considers the near-60 years that have passed since Shout. Lulu can’t quite believe it’s been that long. Was it really 1964 that she saw John Lennon and Paul McCartney tell the nation how much they loved her debut single on Ready Steady Go!

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