Andy Howells remembers 60s chart star Spencer Davis appearance in Sixties Gold at St David’s Hall in October 2014.
Flashback Friday returns with a series of reviews from previous years celebrating the best in live music and theatre. If you remember attending any of the shows please send us your memories.
Distance is the long-awaited debut album from Scottish musician Popcorn Fiend, and follows the recent release of the single Bear on Bear. The album, released on September 18, is the culmination of a journey that started in Aberdeen in 2003 with Popcorn Fiend’s ahead-of-its-time debut EP Subliminal Messages Will Mess With Your Mind. A productContinue reading “My Music DNA: Popcorn Fiend”
This week’s Throwback Thursday recalls The Who’s 1966 gig at Coed eva Community College, Cwmbran with support from The Pieces of Mind and The Right of Man.
Kyle Legall, a Welsh artist from Butetown, Cardiff, has created an illustrated, digital graphic novel which brings accounts of the Cardiff race riots to life.
South Wales born singer-songwriter ELA is to release her forthcoming E.P. Unfurl later in the year.
Refusing to go gentle into the dark night of lockdown, South Wales based Theatre Adhoc have produced a six-part satirical comedy series entitled Viral News, released on a weekly basis and now available to watch via YouTube.
Cardiff female pop duo, The Debutantes are taking the airwaves by storm with their latest single, Heartache, which featured on the BBC Radio Wales playlist this week. Heartache is the The Debutantes, Victoria and Lavinia George Veale’s third release, following previous singles (If Paradise Is ) Half As Nice, a cover of The Amen CornersContinue reading “Talking Music: The Story Behind Our Heartache Single by The Debutantes”
Newport Live are to celebrate the re-opening of a much-loved community venue in Pillgwenlly with an Open Day this November!
Seren Howells puts questions to stage star, Lucie Jones about the forthcoming Movie MixTape show at Wales Millennium Centre.