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Dereham’s finest further cement their reputation as one of the best acts around, says ADAM AIKEN.

A respected music magazine has been told to “eat its words” after it handed Norwich duo Let’s Eat Grandma a prestigious award - a few months after branding the city “unfashionable”.

The Feeling came to Norwich last night as if nothing has changed since the release of their album 12 Stops And Home in 2006.

Foundling, with support from Memum, are set to headline the Bicycle Shop in Norwich this Sunday, October 21.

It’s Tuesday night in Norwich - but that didn’t stop three hotly-tipped bands coming to the city for what turned out to be a cracking night of new music.

Academy of St. Thomas, St. Andrew’s Hall, 13th October. Review by Frank Cliff

Formerly known as the North Norfolk Chorale, singers from Norfolk Camerata will perform under their new name for the first time at a concert to mark the start of Advent.

All hail legendary reggae pioneer Toots Hibbert and his merry octet of Maytals as they skanked along nicely at the UEA on Sunday night.

David Powles really enjoyed Turin Brakes at Norwich Waterfront - but a one hour and 15 minute set seemed a little bit on the short side.

Indie-rockers The Noisettes will be adding an extra sparkle to one of Suffolk’s largest fireworks displays next month.

There was Caledonian heart and soul in Norwich this week as The Proclaimers brought a tight, harmony-filled set to a sold-out audience at Norwich Theatre Royal and brought tears to the eyes of this cynical old hack.

The first ever National Album Day is almost here. The sales figures say one thing, but who’s your favourite?

Will Varley, with support from I Said Goodbye and Ailbhe Reddy, delivered a raw and honest performance to a sizeable crowd last night at Epic Studios in Norwich.

A Norfolk pub has seen its already burgeoning reputation for live music given a further boost with fast rising American country music star Canaan Cox singing its praises.

There’s one last chance to see Ed Sheeran in Ipswich this summer as the Suffolk popstar announces his final gig in Chantry Park on the August Bank Holiday Monday.

Finnish rock group The Rasmus, well known for their single In The Shadows, are returning to Norwich on October 18 with support from The Shiver and Overlaps.

Fun, music and magic was enjoyed in Fakenham during a ukulele cabaret night.

We caught up with Ross Leighton from Scottish alternative rock band Fatherson ahead of their headline show at The Waterfront Studio in a few days time [October 10].

Peanut butter and jam, chocolate and chilli, cheese and Marmite.

Six years after their last full release electronic dance duo Orbital have returned with their latest (and fantastic) new album Monsters Exist. As they prepare for their latest tour, which takes in East Anglia, Paul Hartnoll spoke to us about retro, raving and being absolutely raging about Brexit.

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