He has been a popular live performer for years, and now keyboard wizard Pete Shaw is coming to Briston.

Platinum-selling singer-songwriter James Arthur could play a second gig in Norfolk as tickets for a performance this summer have nearly sold out.

An upcoming charity night at Cromer Pier will feature musicians from as close as Sheringham and as far as Russia - as well as a familiar face sure to make you laugh.

Big band leader Jonathan Wyatt is celebrating 30 years of performing. He tells Simon Parkin about getting the music bug in Sprowston, his big break at Norwich Theatre Royal and his love of the north Norfolk coast.

The X Factor star Leon Mallett is to perform a headline set at a concert in Norwich.

He has conducted the Norwich-based Academy of St Thomas for more than three decades but Christopher Adey will be taking his final bow with the orchestra at a concert next month.

The Bury Festival is one of the cornerstones of Suffolk’s cultural calendar. Arts editor Andrew Clarke speaks to festival director Nick Wells and takes a look at the treats in store during this year’s 10 day extravaganza.

Folk legends Blowzabella are celebrating 40 years of their inimitable, drone-based wall of sound with a new album, book about the history of the band, and a visit to Diss Corn Hall (one of their favourite venues).

Alternative north-east band Field Music bring their brand of indie-pop to Norwich’s Waterfront on Saturday, March 24.

The X Factor star Leon Mallett is to perform a headline set at a concert in Norwich.

Platinum-selling singer-songwriter James Arthur is the second act to be announced for Outside Live’s summer concert series.

Blue October, an alternative rock band from Texas, are heading out on their UK tour next month stopping at The Waterfront in Norwich on March 21.

Here’s everything you need to know about Sundown 2018, including who will be performing, how to get tickets, and travel information for the event.

English Indie-rock quartet Peace are set to play the Norwich Waterfront in May, following their upcoming album release.

Nothing was said – nor did it need to be – about the death of his wife Stacey, three weeks ago from brain cancer. But the applause for Paul Young when he thanked the crowd for coming along to Saturday night’s gig at The Waterfront in Norwich, with a simple: “It means so much”, showed the warmth felt for the man who added so many hits to the great British music scene of the 1980s.

The fast-rising singer, tipped as the next big star of UK soul and jazz and who has alreday collaborated with everyone from Drake to Stormzy, will be at the UEA LCR in October as part of her biggest tour to date.

The nomadic singer-songwriter, who had a spell living in Norwich, now splits her time between London and Nashville, where she recorded her self-financed debut album and recent single Two Days.

Bowling For Soup, with support from Army of Freshman and The Aquabats, packed out the The Nick Rayns LCR with what was a stellar performance.

Two years after kick-starting his career at the first ever Unsigned Music Awards, the soulful sounds of Mullally will open the prestigious new music festival in Brighton.

Dynamic duo Martin Harley and Daniel Kimbro are coming to Norwich on their ‘Feet Don’t Fail Me’ tour to headline Norwich Arts Centre on February 20.

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