Anglo-Scottish duo Snowgoose are to release their new album The Making of You via Glass Modern on June 26. The album is preceded by the singles Hope and Who Will You Choose. The follow-up to their critically acclaimed debut, Harmony Springs, new album The Making Of You sees the songwriting duo of guitarist Jim McCullochContinue reading “Snowgoose To Release New Album, The Making Of You”
Andy Howells reviews expanded editions of Cilla Black’s albums Sweet Inspiration and Images available from Cherry Red.
This weeks Throwback Thursday is a short time travel to June 4, 2017 when American singer/songwriter Anastacia brought her Ultimate Collection tour to Cardiff’s St David’s Hall with support from British singer/songwriter Chloe Reynolds.
Rising Welsh band Kidsmoke are set to release their debut album, A Vision in the Dark on 19th June 2020 via Libertino Records.
The Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama’s annual AmserJazzTime Festival is to be presented online for the first time from June 4-6
Today’s Throwback Thursday travels back to 2013 and the sixth Abertillery Blues Festival.
Having postponed their 2020 summer series due to the current pandemic, Let’s Rock have confirmed the rescheduled dates for summer 2021. Lets Rock Wales will now take place on June 5 2021 at Tredegar Park, Newport and features Adam Ant, OMD, ABC, Howard Jones, Kim Wilde, Chesney Hawkes, The Art of What?, T’Pau, Betty BooContinue reading “Lets Rock Wales Confirm 2021 Date at Newport’s Tredegar Park”
Scottish composer Graham McCusker, who wrote music for the recent hit BBC series His Dark Materials, has released an unheard track to raise money for a cancer charity during lockdown.
The Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama is delighted to announce Kate Stokes Davies, current Director of Communications and Stakeholder Relations at Qualifications Wales, as the College’s new Director of External Affairs, and Robert Plane, Principal Clarinet of the BBC National Orchestra of Wales as the new Head of Woodwind Performance.
This weeks Flashback Friday celebrates six music stars from the 1960s.