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So if you want, you can buy Reading and Leeds 2015 tickets at 2014 prices...
Anyone who’s ever been to a big music festival can tell you that one of...
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It was only a matter of time, 2013 Reading Festival Headliner, Green Day are the sixth entry into Strictly’s Hall Of Fame. pension advisor Sheffield
These two Reading legends proved inseparable. Blur and Pulp defined Reading in both the 90s and the 2000s, but they’re journey to the top was not an easy one.
Reading and Leeds’ greatest soap opera, the fairy tale turned nightmare that is The Libertines, join Nirvana and Rage Against The Machine in the Strictly Hall Of Fame.
So chances are that if you find a decent quality of a fake Reading and Leeds line up, Dan Hart would be the person behind it. We grabbed a few minutes with him to see how and why he does what he does
So we caught up with Mikey from Skindred about their upcoming shows at...
We got an exclusive interview with Perry Farrell from Jane’s Addiction...
Well no, this isn’t the actual line up but what do you think if it was?
Seem to be hitting the top of a lot of prediction charts at the moment. If...
In this weeks Strictly New Bands with got two wild rock and roll bands from the US, one cinematic marvel, a 18-year electronic wiz kid and a northern outfit fusing dance and indie.
Strictly New Bands is all geared up and ready for its 100th issue and what better way to celebrate than by looking back on creme of our initial crop.
As we edge closer to unveiling our 100th Strictly New Band we’ve got an amazing issue for you: the hottest rapper in the game, some superb retro rock, and two of the hottest new British bands.