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As a music-lover who would - pre-pandemic - attend festivals in this country and around the world most weekends of the year, I was excited (and, admittedly, a little apprehensive) about the prospect of my first event in six months.

One of this century’s most successful British bands is set to play at Thetford Forest in 2021.

A north Norfolk brewery has thought of an innovative way for many people to be able to socialise in the same place despite the coronavirus rules.

Saturday Sessions with Bradley Buxton for Enjoy Music More.

Norwich-based singer Malaya Blue is set to release her brand new album this month.

Norwich bands Lady Di and Mega Emotion are set to release a joint album this month.

From Frank Sinatra to Ella Fitzgerald, the Joe Ringer Band is swinging into the Interlude big top tent in Norwich with their new show.

East Anglian singer and sound engineer Rebues, who is from Methwold, has released his debut single.

A collaboration between Norwich Fringe and Norwich Theatre, Interlude Fringe provided a much needed chance to enjoy live performance and demonstrates how the show can - and must - go on (whilst of course being COVID-secure).

Remembering Jimi Hendrix, the world’s greatest guitarist, 50 years after his untimely death. We take a look at an amazing career that lasted for just four short years but spawned a legacy that will last forever

Saturday Sessions with Vic Allen for Enjoy Music More.

Key workers who have helped in the fight against coronavirus can be among the first to try glamping at a Norfolk estate.

Norwich-based alternative rock band Settlem3nt have released a brand new single.

The organiser of Wild Fields Festival has confirmed the event will still go ahead at the Norfolk Showground, following the latest government announcement limiting social gatherings of more than six people from Monday.

Out now is the sixth episode of the Enjoy Music More podcast which aims to showcase some of the fantastic bands and solo musicians from across Norfolk and East Anglia.

Disadvantaged people in north Norfolk may soon have the chance to make and record their own music at a new community music studio.

Saturday Sessions with Simon Tall for Enjoy Music More.

Coronavirus has hit live music venues particularly hard - but 600 music fans still got the chance to enjoy bands performing when a hugely popular festival went ahead despite the problems caused by the pandemic.

Saturday Sessions with The Claire Barker Band for Enjoy Music More.

Suffolk’s summer festival season has been something of a metaphorical washout thanks to the Covid pandemic but roots music will be receiving an autumnal boost as the Red Rooster Festival, based at Euston Hall, will deliver live performances online.

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