Genres

30 seconds with… The Doggett Brothers

This week M spends 30 seconds with Norfolk-based band the Doggett Brothers, who were brought up on the sounds of Jamiroquai, Incognito, The Average White Band, Roy Ayers and Prince. They have been endorsed by the likes of Jazz FM, Snowboy and Blues and Soul Magazine. and were featured on the ‘Soul Unsigned Vol. 4’ compilation.

MOBO Week: Beverley Knight

M was lucky enough to ask three-times MOBO winner Beverley about her musical inspirations, dream collaborators and most memorable gigs – and they’re pretty memorable. In this not-to-be missed video, Beverley provides some brilliant tips for songwriters and gives us the inside story of the song she’s most proud of.

Leonard Dillon 1942 – 2011

Leonard Dillon, founding member of influential Jamaican vocal group The Ethiopians, has passed away after losing his battle with cancer.

30 seconds with… GURT

GURT, featuring the vocals of PRS for Music's very own Gareth Kelly, take (in their own words) "the blues and groove of 70s rock and drag it backwards through the swamps of Louisiana." Gareth elaborates in this week's 30 seconds with M...

MOBO Awards

PRS for Music are proud to sponsor the MOBO Best Song award for the third year run

MOBO nominations announced

The nominations for the 16th MOBO awards were unveiled at a ceremony in London last night. Jessie J led the way, receiving five nominations.

Beaty Heart at Ron Arad’s Curtain Call

In the darkness of the main space, 6,000 silicon rods (over 50km of silicon) make up Ron Arad’s Curtain Call, hanging 8m high in a circle at the heart of the Roundhouse. Impenetrable and inviting. Pushing through the silicon, the audience  sat on the floor in the centre while a series of short films were projected all around.…