Sensational 60s Experience Returns To South Wales For 2022

Legends behind some of the greatest hits of the 1960s including Mike Pender MBE of The Searchers and Dozy, Beaky Mick and Tich are to tour the UK in 2022 as part of The Sensational 60s Experience.

“We’re On The Longest Stag-Do in History!” – Rhys From Goldie Lookin’ Chain Discusses 20th Anniversary Tour

Notorious Newport rappers GOLDIE LOOKIN CHAIN are currently on the road with their 20th Anniversary Tour – 2000-2020 tour. Coming straight out of “the Port” GLC are officially Britain’s biggest rap group and remembered for  classics like Guns Don’t Kill People Rappers Do. The band started almost by accident over twenty years ago  with Eggsy’sContinue reading ““We’re On The Longest Stag-Do in History!” – Rhys From Goldie Lookin’ Chain Discusses 20th Anniversary Tour”

Inglorious To Release New Album, Heroine and Announce UK Dates

Inglorious will release their first ever covers album, Heroine on September 10, 2021 via Frontiers Music Srl. The album sees the band tackling covers by a varied selection of female artists whom they respect and admire. Fans can get their first taste of the album with the release of the single and video for their take on Miley Cyrus’ Midnight Sky.

Get on The Nightclub Floor With Eleri Angharad’s New EP Release

Swansea’s country starlet Eleri Angharad releases a brand-new EP Nightclub Floor which will feature a brand-new song of the same name and an acoustic version of one of her biggest hits this week.

South Wales Music Artists Supported By Forté Project

Despite the recent hardships faced by the music industry in Wales, Forté Project, an artist development scheme for emerging musicians, has announced that KINGKHAN, Hemes, Mojo JNR, The Honest Poet and Mari Mathias from South Wales have been selected to embark on its 2021 programme alongside five other artists.

Throwback Thursday: The Lads From Fenn Street, Swansea Grand Theatre (April, 1974)

Andy Howells chats to actor, writer and broadcaster David Barry

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