From a national festival to a field next to a pub in North Norfolk, Little Red Kings show why they are a band on the up, says ADAM AIKEN.
While the attention of many music-lovers in East Anglia last weekend was focused on Latitude, a number of bands had left our region to head for Ramblin' Man Fair, which is fast becoming a fixture on the classic-rock circuit.
New Yorkers, Living Colour, played their groundbreaking album Vivid in full on a night filled with talent at The Waterfront.
Bursters are at the forefront of the Korean metal scene.
Norfolk and Suffolk bands are getting ready to head to Ramblin' Man - and you could be on your way too!
On Thursday night [14 March], Whole Lotta Led ft Led Zeppelin II took to the stage at The Waterfront in Norwich.
Ahead of Whole Lotta Led's return to Norwich on Thursday, ADAM AIKEN caught up with Norfolk-born lead singer Lee Pryor.
Blue Oyster Cult start their UK tour in Norwich on Thursday [February 21], more than half a century after the band first got together.
It's blues-rock at its finest as King King brought their headline tour to Norwich last night [February 10] with support from Sari Schorr.
We spoke to Inglorious' main man Nathan James ahead of his band's show in Norwich tomorrow night.
Wayward Sons headlined the Waterfront Studio last night [January 25] after their original November 2018 show was cancelled due to illness.
The fact that such a good crowd turns out on a grotty midweek evening is testament to Magnum's enduring popularity.
That popularity is fully deserved, as this is a band working hard to remain relevant rather than simply falling back on past glories.
Bad Touch are the main draw on their return to Norfolk, but it's a brilliant night from start to finish, writes ADAM AIKEN
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