Alex Gold was a member of High Wycombe's finest, The Wutars. The band formed whilst studying at Buckinghamshire New University and living in house that doubled as party venue and the scene of many notorious DIY 'shindig gigs'.
Boy George hardly needs an introduction. Born George O'Dowd in South-East London, the singer became one of the most famous faces of the 1980s as the lead singer of Culture Club and as a successful solo artist.
The Floridita venue in London occupies the site of the legendary Marquee Club and, after eight years playing host to the cream of Cuba’s musical fraternity, it's going back to its roots with an eclectic new roster of established UK acts and upcoming artists.
Variously described as 'baroque pop' (The Guardian), '... a pop force' (BBC Music) and ‘Sensational skewed indie’ (Sunday Times Culture), David's Lyre is the brainchild of multi-instrumentalist, singer/songwriter/producer Paul Dixon.
It was announced this week that Northern Irish singer and songwriter Ciaran Gribbin has become the new lead singer of legendary rock band INXS. As well as peforming the group's classic hits, Ciaran has been writing new material with INXS' Andrew Farriss.
Henry Dagg is a composer and sound sculptor who has worked with many well known acts including Keane and Bob Geldof. He has been designing electronic and acoustic instruments since he was nine years old, and last year he even played his homemade cat piano for Prince Charles and Camilla.…
The MMF and FAC have revealed that Sam Fender and his manager Owain Davies will be awarded with the FanFair Alliance Award for Outstanding Contribution to Live Music at the 2019 Artist & Manager Awards …