UK Music chief executive Jo Dipple is calling on the industry and public to ensure a tribute single recorded in memory of murdered MP Jo Cox reaches number one for Christmas.
Thinking Out Loud hitmakers Amy Wadge and Ed Sheeran have returned to collaborating, co-writing this year’s X Factor single When Christmas Comes Around.
Amy Lamé, the newly appointed London night czar and PRS for Music’s Stefania Pavlou will be among the speakers at Women In Music 2017.
The Albany in London and Bristol’s Colston Hall are among the first winners of the Outstanding Attitude Awards to recognise excellence in allowing access for deaf and disabled audiences.
The London Philharmonic Orchestra has launched its new LPO Junior Artists Programme, an initiative aimed at increasing diversity among young musicians.
UK jazz scene group Empirical have partnered with Kings Place to curate part of the 2017 Jazz at Kings Place programme.
British singer songwriter Greg Lake, who founded King Crimson and Emerson, Lake and Palmer (ELP), has sadly passed away.
Leeds indie retailer Accent Clothing is PRS for Music’s inaugural Music Makeover Fashion competition winner, receiving £5,000 to revamp the store for live performances.
Brighton blues/hip-hop singer-songwriter Rory Graham (aka Rag n Bone Man) has been named the BRITs Critics Choice winner for 2017.
Sales of vinyl albums hit £2.4m during last week (w/c 28 November), overtaking the amount of weekly download sales for the first time, new figures show.