You can run. You can hide. But there is no escaping Lewis Capaldi. No matter how hard you might try.
Noel Gallagher’s two nights at the Manchester Apollo will cost fans £68.90 for a standing ticket, so it’s no wonder one of Manchester’s most famous musicians still had tickets for sale hours later.
The Chemical Brothers’ acid-bathed electronica, which came to define the 90s, had a near-packed out arena of Xennials reliving their raving heyday on Friday night. And who can blame them.
‘How he really is…’: As It Was director Charlie Lightening reveals film will lift the lid on the REAL Liam Gallagher
May 30, 2017 – During the most emotional period the city’s seen since the Manchester Blitz, 18-year-old me queued to see Liam Gallagher play the first show of his comeback at the Ritz.
From Oasis to Verve: Music industry’s most iconic images going on display as artist exhibits work in Wigan
Who is Brian Cannon? You may be forgiven for not recognising his name but you will definitely recognise his creative work.
Parklife 2018: Festival-goers reckon David Schwimmer will be performing in character as Ross from Friends
The Parklife line-up has sparked some amusing confusion thanks to the inclusion of ‘Ross From Friends’.
Battle of the brothers! Noel Gallagher announces new tour and album hot on heels of Liam’s first solo record
Noel Gallagher has announced that his new album will be released in November – just one month after brother Liam kicks off his solo career.
We Are Manchester concert: Everything to know as the Arena re-opens following horrific terror attack
This weekend will see the highly anticipated re-opening of the Manchester Arena with the We Are Manchester concert.
‘Hats off to Manchester’: Sex Pistols’ Glen Matlock on band bust ups and dodging derby day trouble ahead of The Deaf Institute gig
“Perfect your right hook,” was the reply of former Sex Pistols member Glen Matlock when asked whether he had advice for bands at loggerheads.
Noel and Liam’s fractious and highly publicised relationship came to a head before a gig in Paris in 2009; the band disbanded and an era ended.
Reverend and the Makers’ Jon McClure talks a new album, UK drug policy and finally being critically acclaimed
After over a decade touring the UK’s indie circuit, Reverend and the Makers are experiencing more critical acclaim than ever before.