• UK richest people in music in 2018

    Paul McCartney's latest album, New, is out now
    On May 13, the Sunday Times will publish its 2018 “Rich List,” ranking the 1,000 wealthiest people in the UK. The newspaper gave us the opportunity to have a look on a slice of the list, the top-40 wealthiest people in the UK music industry, as a preview.
  • Frank Turner announces UK arena tour

    Frank Turner
    English folk singer-songwriter Frank Turner has announced details of a UK arena tour for early 2019. The tour will support his upcoming seventh album ‘Be More Kind’, which will be released on May 4 by Xtra Mile Recordings. Tickets go on sale from 10 AM on Friday (Apr. 27).
  • The Voice UK 2018 winner Ruti leads singles chart

    The Voice UK 2018 champion Ruti is set to make a big impact on this week's Official Singles Chart with her single Dreams. The song is a cover of The Cranberries, which Ruti closed the live grand final with. According to the midweeks chart provided by Official Charts, the track is currently No.1 on the Top 40.
  • Ed Sheeran announces support act for tour

    Ed Sheeran announced he will be joined on his UK stadium tour by singer-songwriter Anne-Marie, who joined him as support act on his last European tour and Ed even features on her upcoming debut album. The pair have been friends for almost 10 years.
  • Kylie Minogue announces 5 intimate shows

    ​Kylie Minogue has announced a series of intimate club shows in the UK and Europe to take place in March. Rather than the usual arena-sized gigs though, the shows will take place in smaller settings just like Café De Paris in London and Café de la Danse in Paris.
  • Justin Timberlake announces world tour

    Justin Timberlake has announced a UK and world tour in support of his latest album 'Man Of The Woods'. The Mirrors hitmaker has revealed the Uk and European leg of the tour and has also added more dates to his previously announced North American leg.
  • The Killers announce UK stadium gigs

    LAS VEGAS - DECEMBER 08:  Musicians Mark Stoermer, Brandon Flowers, Ronnie Vannucci and David Keuning of The Killers poses for a portrait during the 2004 Billboard Music Awards at the MGM Grand Garden Arena on December 8, 2004 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Frank Micelotta/Fox via Getty Images)
    The Killers have announced two UK stadium shows for next year, in Swansea and Bolton. The Summer 2018 shows will be The Killers’ first stadium dates since they headlined a sold out Wembley Stadium in June 2013. Tickets for both shows available from Friday.
  • Kendrick Lamar announces European Tour

    BURBANK, CALIFORNIA - APRIL 09:  Rapper Kendrick Lamar speaks onstage during the 2016 MTV Movie Awards at Warner Bros. Studios on April 9, 2016 in Burbank, California.  MTV Movie Awards airs April 10, 2016 at 8pm ET/PT.  (Photo by Emma McIntyre/Getty Images for MTV)
    Kendrick Lamar has finally announced UK and Europe dates for his Damn tour in 2018. The rapper will be joined by special guest James Blake and will perform 15 dates across 11 countries, starting in Dublin on 7 February.
  • The Killers add extra shows to 2017 UK tour

    ca. 2005 --- From left: Ronnie Vannucci, Mark Stoermer, Dave Keuning and Brandon Flowers. Styling by Julie Ragolia. Grooming by Kumi Craig. On Brandon, light-blue button-down shirt by Cloak; all else, Brandon's own. On Ronnie, three-piece suit by Acne Jeans; black button-down shirt by Obedient Sons; shoes by Acne Jeans. On Dave, uniform shirt by Cloak; grey button-down shirt by Obedient Sons; pants by Benetton; shoes by A Testoni.  On Mark, blazer by Cloak; floral shirt and pants by Ted Baker London; sneakers by PF Flyers. --- Image by © Matthias Clamer/Corbis Outline
    The Killers added extra shows to their 2017 UK tour since all the tickets sold out in a very short time this morning. The extra shows will be at Birmingham Genting Arena on November 7, and Manchester Arena on November 14.
  • Ed Sheeran adds more dates to 2018 Stadium Tour

    Ed Sheeran has added four more dates to the UK leg of his Divide world tour due to ‘overwhelming’ demand. In fact, the dates, which went on sale on Saturday, sold out in minutes. New shows in Manchester, Glasgow, Newcastle and Cardiff.