As the election battle begins in Britain, the party leaders are fighting tooth and nail to get their various messages across, win all important votes and secure their place as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom. Continue reading
After playing 60 shows spread over three continents, Queen + Adam Lambert brought their mega tour to a close at Sheffield’s Motorpoint Arena, taking to the stage to perform a 2 and a half hour setlist of some of the greatest songs in music history. Continue reading
Noel Gallagher and his High Flying Birds are back with their highly anticipated second album Chasing Yesterday. Filled with hard rockers, driven acoustic stompers and a general retro sound, this is everything that music fans have been expecting…and more! Continue reading
From humble beginnings, Harry Potter has become one of the biggest franchises in history. JK Rowling’s seven books sparked hysteria around the world, and spawned eight blockbuster movies that made over $7.7billion at the box office.
The Making of Harry Potter Warner Brothers studio tour was designed to provide an insight into the movie making process as well as celebrating the magical world of Harry Potter. Continue reading
Standing silently atop her mossy, time-worn pedestal, The Statue looked through the thickening brush that for years upon years had increasingly turned her once proud home into a leafy tomb. Once again she found nothing to rest her weathered yet beautifully pale eyes on.
For years she had stood like this. Alone. Continue reading
After being photographed proudly drinking Tennent’s lager on a night out in Scotland, Oasis rocker and High Flying Birds frontman Noel Gallagher was offered an unlimited supply of the popular alcoholic beverage. Continue reading
Rihanna’s first single in exactly a year is the simple, country/pop FourFiveSeconds. Featuring Sir Paul McCartney on guitar, organ and bass, Rihanna and Kanye West share clean, stripped-back and refreshingly unprocessed lead vocals. Continue reading
Three years after the death of ‘the matriarch of R&B’ Etta James, long time friend of the singer Brian Ray (Bayonets frontman and Paul McCartney touring guitarist) has opened up about the death of his musical mentor. Continue reading