Legendary country-rock group Asleep at the Wheel will be celebrating their 50th Anniversary with an exclusive live UK festival appearance at Red Rooster 2020.

We are giving away four free VIP upgrades to see two 90s dance legends this weekend at OPEN.

BGT winner Colin Thackery has added a matinee performance to his Norwich concert on January 31 after tickets sold out within a matter of hours.

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The headline act at a festival which attracts thousands of music fans to Norfolk every year has been revealed.

East Anglian electronic duo Amethysts have a big year ahead of them.

Colin Thackery: "God gave me a voice and it is my complete pleasure to come back to Norwich to use it in order to help raise money for a new dedicated unit at the hospital that treated my Joan"

Queen Rhapsody, a show dedicated to giving fans a chance to experience in parts what a Queen show would have been like, came to Norwich last night.

Musicians will muster in Norwich city centre to raise money for victims of the Australian bushfires.

Rag'n'Bone Man has announced he will play Thetford Forest in 2020.

With Bad Touch preparing to release their latest album and embark on a headline tour, ADAM AIKEN spoke to singer Stevie Westwood about the year ahead for the band from Dereham.

Get ready to Feel The Love as a Brit award-winning group, who have three number one singles, are heading to the Norfolk Showground.

Dance, jive and have the time of your life as Gimme! Gimme! Gimme! The Mamma Mia Spectacular is launching in Norfolk in 2020.

From Little Mix at Holkham Hall to Westlife at Carrow Road, there are plenty of chart-topping boybands and girlbands heading to Norfolk in 2020.

An Ipswich music venue which has secured grant funding to help boost local bands and artists has announced the first wave of performers to benefit from the cause.

The Wonder Stuff turned back the clock with a marathon set covering their latest songs and first two albums in full. It is more than 30 years since the band debuted with The Eight Legged Groove Machine and the gig's rapid upgrade from The Waterfront to The LCR was testament to their enduring popularity.

When Jay McCalister took to Norwich Arts Centre's stage on Friday night, there was an impending sense that a reflective political message was going to be delivered following the aftermath of Thursday's general election results.

It might be 45 years since ABBA won Eurovision 1974. But the Swedish superstars are still as popular as ever, as the launch of the Super Troupers exhibition this week showed.

Pills 'n' Thrills and Bellyaches is the best known album by The Happy Mondays and a good synopsis of the band's career, but nearly 40 years after the Madchester pioneers first formed in Salford most of the original members were back on stage and in fine form last night at the Nick Rayns LCR for the band's greatest hits tour.


With Gun heading to Norwich as one of a trio of bands playing their classic albums from 30 years ago in full as part of The Big 3-0 Tour, singer Dante Gizzi spoke to ADAM AIKEN about some of the ups and downs of the past three decades.

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