Glenn Hughes going it alone in London

Glenn Hughes is hitting the UK for a series of shows, kicking off in Norwich on 19 October and reaching London on 1 November.

The rock veteran’s solo concerts will celebrate his entire back catalogue, including songs made famous during his time with Trapeze, Deep Purple, Black Country Communion, and, most recently, California Breed.

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Jared James Nichols goes for glory

Singer-songwriter and guitarist Jared James Nichols is set to play an intimate London show as part of a mini UK tour.

The Wisconsin-born, Los Angeles-based musician will play The Blackheart, London on 23 June ahead of his special guest slot on Glenn Hughes’ European tour that kicks off in September.

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Florence + The Machine heading back on tour

Florence + The Machine are keeping the momentum going. Just days after releasing their third album, ‘How Big How Blue How Beautiful’, the group have announced their return to the stage.

The 12 shows across the country, culminating in four nights at London’s Alexandra Palace, comprise their first full UK tour since March 2012.

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a-ha bringing ‘Cast In Steel’ to London

a-ha are back – reunited, and with a new album and tour.

The Norwegian trio Morten Harket, Magne Furuholmen, and Paul Waaktaar-Savoy revealed their reunion in March along with the news of their 10th studio album ‘Cast In Steel’ – their first in six years.

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Paul McCartney: let it be

Paul McCartney  | The O2 Arena | 23 May 2015

Paul McCartney’s been at it for over half a century. He’s long since lost the element of surprise – yet tonight, during what’s billed as his 50th London show, that’s exactly what he delivers.

Sure, the familiar touchstones – well-worn stories, setlist stuffed with the biggest songs of the past 100 years, granddad-style audience banter, mass ‘Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da’ singalong, trademark thumbs-up – are all there. But so are the effusive live debut of ‘Temporary Secretary’, a glitchy electro-pop obscurity from 1980s ‘McCartney II’; the first UK performance of effervescent ‘Help!’ album track ‘Another Girl’; and the appearance of giddy, grinning “up-and-coming rhythm guitarist” Dave Grohl on a jubilant ‘I Saw Her Standing There’.

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