After 22 years with Glasgow pop/rock outfit Del Amitri, Justin Currie made the rash decision to go it alone and now he is bringing his band to the Waterfront in support of his fourth solo album, This Is My Kingdom Now.
PSB have built a fearsome reputation as a live act and live footage of performers blended with the archive material transporting the band like time travellers into the historic events their music explores.
Mercury Prize nominated all-female indie-rockers The Big Moon are going places and will be amongst the headliners at Norwich Sound and Vision, designed to showcase and inspire local music talent to follow in their footsteps.
The coloratura soprano has just released her debut classical album, Blessing, which she’s dreamt of making since she was a 14-year-old at Framlingham College, and now arrives in King’s Lynn and Norwich as part of her debut UK tour.
A special memorial concert by the Academy of St Thomas, a rare performance by the US-based Neave Trio, Berlin-based Kuss Quartet, Suffolk soprano Christina Johnston and the Albion Quartet will play in the region.