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By Mary Chang
on Wednesday, 12th January 2011 at 2:30 pm
Liverpool’s Delta Maid, who we profiled as a Bands to Watch in October, will be supporting the Coral for a couple dates this month. She will also be playing at GB40, a special charity show in honour of Gary Barlow‘s 40th birthday that will be played in front of invited guests, plus 1,200 Gary Barlow and Take That fans who entered a special lottery to buy tickets. Profits from the event are going to Gary’s favourite charities. In February, Delta will be playing several gigs in London, including an HMV Next Big Thing show.
Friday 14th January 2011 – Stoke Underground (supporting the Coral)
Saturday 15th January 2011 – Manchester Ruby Lounge (supporting the Coral)
Sunday 16th January 2011 – Manchester Ruby Lounge (supporting the Coral)
Thursday 20th January 2011 – London Shepherds Bush Empire (GB40 – Gary Barlow’s 40th birthday charity show)
Tuesday 1st February 2011 – London Wheelbarrow
Tuesday 8th February 2011 – London Wheelbarrow
Friday 11th February 2011 – London Barfly (HMV Next Big Thing show)
Tuesday 15th February 2011 – London Wheelbarrow
Tuesday 22nd February 2011 – London Wheelbarrow
By Mary Chang
on Tuesday, 26th October 2010 at 2:15 pm
In a move that few predicted, Robbie Williams has rejoined Take That. Love ‘em or hate ‘em, the enormously popular pop group from the ’90s has reformed with their original line-up and is predicted to release a new album later this year. They have also released a list of stadium dates for next summer; tickets go on sale this Friday (29 October) at 9 AM.
Monday 30th May 2011 – Sunderland Stadium Of Light
Tuesday 31st May 2011 – Sunderland Stadium Of Light
Friday 3rd June 2011 – Manchester City of Manchester Stadium
Saturday 4th June 2011 – Manchester City of Manchester Stadium
Sunday 5th June 2011 – Manchester City of Manchester Stadium
Tuesday 7th June 2011 – Manchester City Of Manchester Stadium
Wednesday 8th June 2011 – Manchester City Of Manchester Stadium
Tuesday 14th June 2011 – Cardiff Millennium Stadium
Wednesday 15th June 2011 – Cardiff Millennium Stadium
Saturday 18th June 2011 – Dublin Croke Park
Tuesday 22nd June 2011 – Glasgow Hampden Park
Wednesday 23rd June 2011 – Glasgow Hampden Park
Thursday 24th June 2011 – Glasgow Hampden Park
Monday 27th June 2011 – Birmingham Villa Park
Wednesday 29th June 2011 – Birmingham Villa Park
Friday 1st July 2011 – London Wembley Stadium
Saturday 2nd July 2011 – London Wembley Stadium
Sunday 3rd July 2011 – London Wembley Stadium
Tuesday 5th July 2011 – London Wembley Stadium
Wednesday 6th July 2011 – London Wembley Stadium
By Jess Grant
on Monday, 26th January 2009 at 4:42 pm
Ahh…The Brits. Perhaps more famous for Jarvis Cocker’s stage invasion, or Arctic Monkey‘s drunken speeches rather than for it’s showcasing of the best of British music. Either way, every year it certainly proves an interesting watch and this 2009, the controversial show will be presented by disco diva, Kylie Minogue and Gavin and Stacey stars, Mathew Horne and James Corden. There will be performances from Kings of Leon, U2 and Take That to name but a few. You can catch all the action live on ITV1 on February 18th, but if you can’t wait till then, There Goes The Fear is here to tell you about the successful nominees that were announced earlier this week.
The artists leading the way with the highest amount of nominations this year are Welsh songstress, Duffy and Coldplay – both tallying up a total of four nods. Both artists had number 1 albums last year – Duffy with ‘Rockferry‘ and Coldplay with ‘Viva la Vida‘ (pictured right) – so are unsurprisingly up for Mastercard’s Best British Album alongside Elbow, Radiohead and The Ting Tings. Duffy’s ‘Mercy’ and Coldplay’s ‘Viva la Vida’ will also be going head to head in Best British Single category alongside the likes of Estelle‘s ‘American Boy’, Adele with ‘Chasing Pavements’ and the X Factor Finalists’ ‘Hero’.
Duffy also features in the Best British Female Solo Artist category alongside Adele, Beth Rowley, Estelle and MIA, while the nominees in male counterpart include Ian Brown, James Morrison, Paul Weller, Streets and Will Young. Best British Group has seen the nomination of the ever-popular Coldplay, Elbow, Radiohead, Take That and Girls Aloud.
New music recieving nods in this year’s Best British Breakthrough Act include Last Shadow Puppets and Scouting For Girls, while 2009′s Best British Live Act showcases everyone from Iron Maiden and The Verve, to Elbow.
Singer-songwriter, Florence and the Machine (who we featured here), is tracing the footsteps of 2008 winner Adele through gaining the coveted Critics Choice Award which recognises upcoming music talent. Meanwhile, Pet Shop Boys have been intriguingly awarded the Outstanding Contribution Award, following on from Beatle Sir Paul McCartney’s win last year.
Band’s receiving nods in the international categories including Best International Group and Best International Album are Kings of Leon, The Killers, AC/DC, MGMT and Fleet Foxes. Solo artists featuring in the categories honouring oversea talent include Katy Perry, Gabriella Cilmi, Seasick Steve, Beck and Kanye West.
To see the nominations in full, check out the official Brits website.