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Doppelgangers hope to renew your passion for Bob Dylan

Bob Dylan occupies an exalted place in the history of pop music.
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Apps for kids to explore the world of music

Top apps for introducing your kids to music

Want to introduce your child to music? There’s an app for that.
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Bradley Walsh in the studio

Bradley Walsh: On my tombstone it will say 'At last a day off'

Game show host, actor, presenter and singer Bradley Walsh talks to Joe Nerssessian about his second album in as many years, twelve months after he became the UK's biggest-selling debut male artist.

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Carey was expected to kick off her tour in Canada

All I want for Christmas is flu: Mariah Carey cancels start of festive tour

Mariah Carey has said it is "bleak" that she has been forced to cancel the first shows of her Christmas tour because of a respiratory infection.

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The Gelatos. (s)

Singers set to pull off cracking festive fund-raiser

Festive merriment will swing into the Ribble Valley next month thanks to a cracking Christmas concert for a good cause.

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Singer/songwriter Grace Davies.

Valley songwriter sails through another week of The X Factor

Ribble Valley singer/songwriter Grace Davies is through to the next round of The X Factor’s live shows after singing a song once covered by the late singer George Michael.

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The Jack Pack wowed the audience at Burnley Mechanics Theatre.

Jack Pack played their cards right in show stopping performance

Simon Cowell described their performance on Britain's Got Talent as "outstanding."

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Axl Rose (left) and Tommy Stinson of Guns N' Roses

Guns N' Roses to rock out as Download Festival headliner

Guns N' Roses have been confirmed as third and final headliner for metal music festival Download.

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Together again: Micheal Ball and ALfie Boe

Michael Ball and Alfie Boe muse over Downton Abbey musical

Chart-topping singers Michael Ball and Alfie Boe joked that they would love to turn hit period drama Downton Abbey into a stage musical.
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Turnpike Troubadours A Long Way From Your Heart

Music review: Turnpike Troubadours’ “A Long Way From Your Heart’’

Fantastic name – fantastic album! Acclaimed Oklahoma roots-rock powerhouse Turnpike Troubadours are on to a winner here.

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Jake Owens Greatest Hits

Music review: Jake Owen’s Greatest Hits

American singer Jake Owen kicks off his new album in style with “Yee Haw’’ a tub-thumping song to get you in the mood for some fun.

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Hey Sammy by Bella Hardy

Music review: Hey Sammy by Bella Hardy

Derbyshire born songwriter Bella Hardy is a folk genius and her new album “Hey Sammy’’ is testament to that.

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On the Road by Christy Moore

Music review: On the Road by Christy Moore

He’s an icon of Irish music and now you can hear the best of Christy Moore on a double disc album “On the Road’’.

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The ATs, who are appearing at Chipping.

Relive the 80s

Go back to the Eighties with The A:Ts.

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Iain Matthews is back with an all new lineup of Matthews Southern Comfort. (s)

Round three for rocker Iain and Co

Matthews Southern Comfort is back to make heads spin with shots of country, folk and rock.

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Musical magic at classical concert

Musical magic at classical concert

Prepare for a magical evening when three of the world's top classical musicians bring together the guitar and the violin in perfect harmony.
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Martin Barre will be playing Preston

Laying it bare with Martin Barre and keeping the music alive

There's few artists who can claim such a rich and varied career as Martin Barre.
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Sainsbury's is to launch its own record label

Sainsbury's gets into the groove with new record label

Sainsbury's is to launch its own record label as the supermarket giant looks to capitalise on the resurgent popularity of vinyl.
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Morrissey has announced his first full UK tour since 2015

Morrissey announces UK tour in 2018

Morrissey has announced his first full UK tour since 2015.

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Steven Page is playing The Deaf Institute in Manchester

Steven Page of Barenaked Ladies plays Manchester

Fans of Barenaked Ladies are in for a Halloween treat when Steven Page, the founding member of the legendary Canadian indie band heads to The Deaf Institute in Manchester.

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