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From The Charlatans front man Tim Burgess to pop star Bailey May, Norfolk is a hotbed of talent with many big names in the music industry calling it home.

Given that Morrissey once penned a song specifically about loathing seaside towns, you wouldn’t expect to find him playing in Great Yarmouth.

The Aldeburgh Festival has been cancelled because of coronavirus, the first time in its 72 year history it has not gone ahead.

“If you can’t come to the party, we’ll bring the party to you.”

Music is very good for well-being, both physically and mentally. A good tune boosts feelings of happiness and a dance around the kitchen helps to keep you fit. We have compiled a list of feelgood songs to help make our weeks of confinement seem less torturous

Organisers of one of Dereham’s most popular events are urging people to “foster a sense of community” after cancelling.

A Norwich/London based band are set to put on a live song writing session on Facebook and Instagram.

Norwich Arts Centre (NAC) have just launched their Get the Toilets Done campaign.

Bare Feet Records (BFR), an independent record label and promoter based in Norwich, are once again putting on music in Norwich.

A superfan of 5ive made Everybody Get Up when he got to rap with them at their Norwich gig to win a signed t-shirt.

In a parallel universe this gig didn’t even happen.

Stockport’s finest sons’ Blossoms, fresh from securing their second UK number one album, with their third record, the excellent ‘Foolish Loving Spaces’ start their latest tour at the UEA’s LCR.

Turnover taking to the stage of The Waterfront Studio brought a distinctly mellowed vibe to the people of Norwich.

Children who need support the most will benefit from this year’s Classic Ibiza outdoor dance party at Blickling Estate.

Blues-rock fans have the chance to catch one of the hottest properties on the circuit when Samantha Fish visits Norwich tomorrow (March 6).

Example made the perfect, well, example of how to win a crowd when he burst onto the stage at Norwich’s LCR at the UEA.

Electro pop writer and producer Hydra Lerna has released a brand new single, titled Camera, which she has written, recorded, produced and mastered by herself.

Southwold Arts Festival has swiftly developed a reputuation for delivering an eclectic series of high profile events at its week-long summer festival. Now in its seventh year, the festival manages to combine an intimate, community flavour yet still attracting artists with an international reputation.

Norwich duo Sink Ya Teeth launch their second album Two with a stupendous performance at Norwich Arts Centre.

Norfolk-based synth-pop rock band The Dreaming Void are set to release a brand new single.

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