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Franko Fraize at Sundown. Pic: Lee Blanchflower.

Thetford musician Franko Fraize has released the video to his latest single.

The Wailers

This year has marked what would have been Bob Marley’s 70th birthday, and 34 years after the reggae superstar’s death his music still has the power to move an audience.

Four things to do in Norwich tonight. Photo: Paul Bayfield.

Here’s a quick guide to events taking place in Norwich tonight.

The Cawston Band, taken in May 2015. Submitted

An acclaimed brass band is gearing up for its appearance at the EDP Festival of Carols with a near sell-out concert.

Richard Digance.

Multi-talented perfomer Richard Digance makes a return visit to Sheringham Little Theatre this Saturday, November 14.

2014 X Factor winner Ben Haenow.

Last year’s X Factor winner Ben Haenow will start his first UK tour at the University of East Anglia in Norwich.

Usifu Jalloh

A busy arts festival kicks off in north Norfolk this weekend.

Phil Butler - returning to Cromer Pier to headline the summer show.

Cromer Pier has unveiled its line-up of shows for 2016.

Simply Red are set to play Thetford Forest next July

Simply Red have been announced as the first act to confirm they will be performing as part of Thetford Forest’s line up of concerts for 2016.

Scouting For Girls performing live and meeting fans at HMV Norwich on Sunday.Photo : Steve Adams

Music fans descended on a Norwich music store to see million-selling pop band Scouting For Girls put on an intimate acoustic performance.

Norwich Sound and Vision, Sonic Youths Showcase at The Art's Centre. Luke Peter Foster with Happy Ghost performing. 

The city was abuzz with live music, audio-visual showcases and more this weekend, as Norwich Sound and Vision enjoyed a sixth successful year.

Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment

London musicians the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment will be performing at the medieval church in Trunch on Saturday at 7.30pm.

Leftfield. Picture: Supplied

“People began to ask why I didn’t make a new record. I decided there was more to be said, it was as simple as that.”

Gun appeared at Waterfont Studio in Norwich

The late-1980s were an exciting time for British rock. The likes of Thunder and the Almighty were flying the flag for the genre, oblivious to the destruction about to be wrought by the imminent arrival of grunge.

Emily Yallop One Direction

A little girl is “smiling again” after One Direction answered her father’s plea for help.

Ed Sheeran at Future Radio

It was the competition that helped catapult a certain Suffolk singer to chart-topping superstardom. Now, it’s back for its 11th year.

The Norwich Sound and Vision Festival 2015 team from left, director Adrian Cooke; music programmers Jenny Allison, and Rosie Arnold; and Norwich Arts Centre director, Pasco Kevlin. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

Excitement is building for this year’s Norwich Sound and Vision festival which takes to the stage next month

Tony Sheridan playing at an Evening News Golden Years gog.

For EDP2

A recording contract signed by young musicians in Germany at the start of the swinging 60s to back a Norwich rock‘n’roll rebel has just been sold at auction in New York for $75,000, that’s around £48,000.

Rod Stewart in concert at Carrow Road, Norwich.; photo by Adrian Judd

Rock legend Rod Stewart will kick-off his UK tour next year at Carrow Road.

Steve Arrandale, Nik Parson, Steve Kopandy, Danny Hall and Tom Vaughan from the Take Take Experience tribute show which is coming to the Pavilion Theatre on Cromer Pier. Picture: SUBMITTED

Pop music fans will be able to go on a Take That journey in Cromer’s Pavilion Theatre.

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