Danielle Booden

English folk singer-songwriter Kate Rusby brought her Christmas show to Norwich Theatre Royal last night to help get the festivities going.

hort noIrish post-punk rock band Fontaines D.C. have just announced a Norwich show for 2020.

The Proclaimers Church, on Roundtree Way in Norwich, is set to bring back their Christmas Concert for 2019.

For the second time this year Jarrod Dickenson returned to Norwich, this time on his Unplugged & Distilled tour, to treat fans to a quality evening of music at The Waterfront Studio.

A popular Norfolk band is calling it a day after 11 years with their final free-entry show.

Leading Eagles tribute band The Illegal Eagles brought their phenomenal show to the Marina Theatre in Lowestoft last night to treat music lovers to a spectacular evening.

The second episode of the brand new Enjoy Music More podcast, which aims to showcase some of the fantastic bands and solo musicians from across Norfolk and East Anglia, is out now.

To celebrate stepping out on her own with the announcement of her debut solo album, Sam Coe will be performing at Epic Studios in Norwich.

Five minutes with Coronation Kings for Enjoy Music More.

Jack Savoretti, with support from Violetta Zironi, came to Cambridge last night on his sold-out Singing to Strangers tour.

With support from Lucy Grubb and The Luck, Wildwood Kin delivered a stellar set last night in Norwich.

Irish quartet Kodaline are set to bring their headline UK tour to Norwich this weekend.

A year and a half after his last visit, British singer-songwriter Tom Walker returned to Norwich with yet another sold out show, this time at The LCR UEA.

Wooden Arms are set to play a farewell show in Norwich which will be their final performance as a band.

We are giving away a FREE pair of tickets to see Scouting For Girls at The Nick Rayns LCR in Norwich on November 21.

Norwich DJ and producer Sigala is set to perform a hometown show as part of his upcoming UK and Ireland tour.

Steve Mason, with support from Pictish Trail, is set to bring his Keep Warm This Winter - Cause Trouble tour to Norwich.

Five minutes with Lisa Redford for Enjoy Music More.

With support from Will & the People, Barns Courtney tore up Cambridge Junction as the UK leg of his tour promoting his latest album 404 draws to a close.

Formed in Norwich in late 2015, Mammal Not Fish are set to release their brand new EP Tear You Apart.

A brand new Enjoy Music More podcast has just launched aiming to showcase some of the fantastic bands and solo musicians from across Norfolk and East Anglia.

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