West Briton
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Boardmasters has revealed 29 more acts set to perform at this year's surf and music festival - including The Flaming Lips, The Vaccines, Stormzy and Frank Turner. It will be held from Wednesday, August 9 to Sunday 13 with headliners Two Door Cinema Club, Jamiroquai and Alt-J. Tickets to see everything from grime, house, alt-rock, reggae, singer-songwriter and more are on sale now at the Boardmasters website. Read more: Cornwall Music List: 50 of the biggest and best musicians in Cornwall...
Plymouth Herald
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The Cornishman
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Boardmasters has revealed 29 more acts set to perform at this year's surf and music festival - including The Flaming Lips, The Vaccines, Stormzy and Frank Turner. It will be held from Wednesday, August 9 to Sunday 13 with headliners Two Door Cinema Club, Jamiroquai and Alt-J. Tickets to see everything from grime, house, alt-rock, reggae, singer-songwriter and more are on sale now at the Boardmasters website. Read more: Cornwall Music List: 50 of the biggest and best musicians in Cornwall...
Dover Express
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Dover Express
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Autocar
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The three main partners involved in Aston Martin's ambitious AM-RB 001 project are all motorsport specialists; this bodes very well Two things of note here. The short of it is that if you want to make a car with a power to weight ratio of 1:1, you can’t afford to mess about. And if you’re any of Adrian Newey/Andy Palmer/Aston/Red Bull, or anyone else charging the other side of £2m on a hypercar, for that matter, you’d be disinclined to pick any duffers to work with. Click here for the latest on Aston Martin's AM-RB 001 hypercar Of all the announced partners, the three headliners are Cosworth, Ricardo and Multimatic, and they’ve all got form in their respective fields. Aston Martin says that its V12 engine is its own, but Cosworth has long been an Aston supplier and technical partner. And it’s no stranger to race engines, which the 001 ’s powerplant might as well effectively be, given the power and weight requirements.
Ashford Herald
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Ashford Herald
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A writer and musician who has written and played with several musicians - including Adele, Professor Green and the Stereophonics - is bringing his band to Ramsgate this March.By the age of 17, Neil Cowley had started to work with many popular bands including The Brand New Heavies, Zero 7, and his own duo, Fragile State.But in 2005, disenchanted with making computer-based music, he returned to the acoustic piano and formed the Neil Cowley Trio.Read more: Headliners revealed for music...
Western Daily Press
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Glastonbury Festival 2016 has now won, or was the venue of a performance that won, six prestigious awards, and counting. Billed as the muddiest ever by organiser Michael Eavis, 2016 saw Muse, Adele and Coldplay headline the Worthy Farm event. All three headliners have scooped an award for their performance on the Pyramid Stage, with Coldplay also picking up an honour for their emotional tribute to Viola Beach, and the festival being named best in the world twice. The awards so...
Oxford Mail
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Cotswold Journal - Music
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The Herald
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One of the most venerated figures in pop music, Brian Wilson, is to play a concert at the band stand in Kelvingrove Park, Glasgow, this summer.
Dover Express
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The Herald
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One of the most venerated figures in pop music, Brian Wilson, is to play a concert at the band stand in Kelvingrove Park, Glasgow, this summer.
Western Daily Press
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Putting on any live music event always comes with technical problems and headaches, but it seemed that former headliners from Glastonbury Festival were getting it worse at this year's Grammy Awards.Former Glastonbury Festival headliner Adele has won five Grammys on a record-breaking night for the British star, but she was left devastated after fluffing her musical tribute to George Michael.It's not the first time she'd stopped a song mid-set to start again - she did the same at last...
Maidstone News
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Evening Standard - Showbiz
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The xx, Jamie T and Pet Shop Boys have been announced as the headliners for this year's Bestival.
Bournemouth Daily Echo
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THE Pet Shop Boys have been announced as one of the headlines for this year’s Bestival.
Western Daily Press
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The xx have been unveiled as the first ever headliners of the Castle Stage when Bestival makes its move to Dorset.The indie pop band will top the bill of the festival on the Friday night, while A Tribe Called Quest will headline on Saturday and Pet Shop Boys will cap off the festival on Sunday.Jamie T has been announced as the headliner of the second stage, The Box, on the Thursday night.This year's Bestival takes place at the Lulworth Estate from September 7-10, having previously been held on...
Plymouth Herald
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Derby Telegraph
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The Y Not Festival has announced that Stereophonics, Two Door Cinema Club and The Vaccines will be headlining this year's Derbyshire music event. Festival director Simon Mawbey said: We are immensely proud of this year's line up. We've worked really hard to secure the very best acts bands and artists we personally love. We have a diverse range of amazing internationally renowned artists and our headliners are literally next level. It's going to be a legendary weekend -...
Oxford Mail
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TIME - Top Stories
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But perhaps the best argument against malaise at large is working hard to put forth as much quality and energy as one can. Her performance began with a performance of God Bless America and This Land is Your Land that felt less substantial than the declaration of independence that followeda pop star unbound by the usual rules of gravity, stadium safety, and good sense. Any singer could probably have trained enough to have pulled off Gaga's aerial stunts, but few would have been so bold to open the show with them, just as few, in possession of a famous civil-rights anthem (in Gaga's case, the LGBT-equality song Born This Way, a tune that feels less hokey now than it did upon release) would have uncorked it third in the setlist. Both Katy Perry and Madonnarecent headliners and no slouches in the spectacle departmentsaved their big statements for the show's final moments.
Western Daily Press
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Two of the most highly regarded acts in UK grime will be coming to the south west as they headline this year's NASS Festival. The festival, taking place at the Bath and West Showground near Shepton Mallet, will feature forefather of UK grime Wiley and MOBO award-winning Kano. They join an already stellar lane up which also includes Sigma Live and Australian drum'n'bass and electronic rock act Pendulum. This news followings Wiley self-confirming his appearance at this year's...