Ella Eyre’s sold out show at the Albert Hall last night proved why she deserved to win Best Female at the MOBO’s.
Bobby Long’s intimate gig at the Northern Quarter’s Night & Day Cafe was the perfect venue for what he described as a homecoming show.
‘Off kilter’ pop sensation Tove Styrke on her ‘weak spot’ for Britney and ‘mean’ Swedish Idol ahead of Manchester gig
Originally Swedish pop star Tove Styrke was performing a headline gig at Manchester’s Sound Control but it was postponed after Years & Years reached out to her to support them on their massive UK tour.
The House of Vans’ weekend of music, art, street culture and skateboarding will arrive in Manchester at the Great Northern Warehouse at the beginning of October.
The Manchester Food and Drink Festival (MFDF) will soon be back in Albert Square and the 18th year of this culinary delight is set to be its biggest and best yet.
Live bands, belly dancing and Tai Chi will be on display this Sunday as Higher Blackley Community Centre marks 50 years at the heart of the district.
Young Guns’ Simon Mitchell on the death of British rock, the American dream and moshing to Taylor Swift
It’s no secret that rock music is on the decline in Britain. Led Zeppelin, The Rolling Stones, Radiohead – they are legends of our time, and could fill out a football stadium with their holograms.
Everyone from your nan to Dave in IT made their way to the Ritz on Friday night to dad dance in the splendour of 80s smooth operator Billy Ocean.
The Deaf Institute, Manchester, was all ears as Luke Friend, of X Factor 2013 fame, took to the stage to perform his debut as a solo artist on Sunday April 19.
Iconic Manchester music venue The Roadhouse will be closing its doors indefinitely on June 1.
The basement club located on the corner of Newton Street has been a live music favourite since 1992.
Nina Simone once said that it was an artist’s responsibility to ‘reflect the times’. There’s no denying that George the Poet represents this models perfectly.