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Cambridge singer-songwriter Boo Hewerdine returns with new compilation album

Cambridge singer-songwriter Boo Hewerdine returns with new compilation album

Cambridge singer-songwriter Boo Hewerdine returns with new compilation album

Titled ‘Selected Works’, the 20-track album is out today (Friday, March 26).


Model Village: Cambridge band launch new album after a year on pause

Model Village: Cambridge band launch new album after a year on pause

Model Village: Cambridge band launch new album after a year on pause

New album World of Carp has not been inspired by lockdown and will contain not banana bread, promise Cambridge's part time popsters.


Pete Tong and The Script to reschedule Newmarket Nights appearances

Pete Tong and The Script to reschedule Newmarket Nights appearances

Pete Tong and The Script to reschedule Newmarket Nights appearances

Due to the timing of the UK government’s roadmap, both concerts have now been put back until 2022.


Cambridge-based guitarist Daniela Rossi to participate in online guitar festival

Cambridge-based guitarist Daniela Rossi to participate in online guitar festival

Cambridge-based guitarist Daniela Rossi to participate in online guitar festival

The gifted Argentinian musician will be part of this year’s Classical Minds Festival.


Cambridge band The Treatment set to release fifth album, ‘Waiting for Good Luck’

Cambridge band The Treatment set to release fifth album, ‘Waiting for Good Luck’

Cambridge band The Treatment set to release fifth album, ‘Waiting for Good Luck’

Drummer Dhani Mansworth explains how they recorded it during lockdown.

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Bryan Ferry's show at this year's Newmarket Nights cancelled

Bryan Ferry's show at this year's Newmarket Nights cancelled

Bryan Ferry's show at this year's Newmarket Nights cancelled

This comes following the cancellation of the former Roxy Music frontman's 2021 tour, amid ongoing uncertainty.


Cambridge Folk Festival and Big Weekend cancelled for 2021 due to pandemic

Cambridge Folk Festival and Big Weekend cancelled for 2021 due to pandemic

Cambridge Folk Festival and Big Weekend cancelled for 2021 due to pandemic

Cambridge City Council said there is too much uncertainty to proceeed.


Cambridge-based classical group Eboracum Baroque plot live return

Cambridge-based classical group Eboracum Baroque plot live return

Cambridge-based classical group Eboracum Baroque plot live return

The collective has managed to stay active by performing a series of online concerts, but are hoping they can soon play together again in person.


Gabrielle: ‘Why I nearly quit ITV's The Masked Singer’

Gabrielle: ‘Why I nearly quit ITV's The Masked Singer’

Gabrielle: ‘Why I nearly quit ITV's The Masked Singer’

The popular show looks like a lot of fun, but that wasn’t entirely the case for the hugely successful singer-songwriter.


New album from Men on the Border, a band which celebrates the music of Syd Barrett

New album from Men on the Border, a band which celebrates the music of Syd Barrett

New album from Men on the Border, a band which celebrates the music of Syd Barrett

Men on the Border (MOTB) are a Swedish group who seek to bring the music of Roger “Syd” Barrett to a wider audience.


A taste of the American South, via Ely, Cambridgeshire

A taste of the American South, via Ely, Cambridgeshire

A taste of the American South, via Ely, Cambridgeshire

When Rivers Meet - husband and wife Aaron and Grace Bond - are a blues rock duo from the East of England.


Academy of Ancient Music: Suonare è danzare

Academy of Ancient Music: Suonare è danzare

Academy of Ancient Music: Suonare è danzare

Cummings directs JS Bach, Telemann & Handel. Live Stream concert West Road Concert Hall: Friday 12 February 2021


Midge Ure lines up Cambridge gig

Midge Ure lines up Cambridge gig

Midge Ure lines up Cambridge gig

Pop icon Midge Ure is set to play the Cambridge Corn Exchange next year, if all goes well.


Soft power self-sabotage as performing artists denied freedom of movement

Soft power self-sabotage as performing artists denied freedom of movement

Soft power self-sabotage as performing artists denied freedom of movement

Dr Allègre Hadida, University Senior Lecturer in Management Studies, appeals for a new deal for musicians and performers touring EU


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