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A Romford-born country and western star is celebrating this week after her debut single debuted at an impressive 8th in the genre’s dedicated iTunes chart on Friday.

Two brothers are determined to shine a spotlight on untapped sources of local musical talent after founding their own independent record label.

Before the lights were dimmed and the revolving house which would become our sole focus for the next couple of hours was revealed, I didn’t have a clue what to expect.

On a winter’s night in 1956, four future icons created music history by rocking out together in a famous Tennessee studio.

Popular ukulele band D’Ukes are bringing their show back to Queen’s Theatre, Hornchurch with the added bonus of a beginners ukulele workshop before the performance.

A pair of musicians from Havering have been living a fantasy of their own after their epic cover of the Game of Thrones TV show theme tune went viral on Facebook.

A 16-year-old has been crowned the winner of a London-wide competition to find the capital’s best busker.

A fortnightly jazz showcase organised by jazz legend Kenny Ball’s son will open its doors for the first time next month.

Dance music singer-songwriter Angie Brown was the featured vocalist on Bizarre Inc hits I’m Gonna Get You and Took My Love in the 1990s. She has sung backing vocals for The Rolling Stones, Grace Jones, The Stereophonics and Fat Boy Slim plus many others.

Audiences will be transported to the glitz and glamour of the roaring twenties when a top dance orchestra swings into town.

Scottish rock band Big Country, who created hits that climbed the eighties charts both in the UK and America, is set to wow audiences in Havering once again.

Think back to an era when the mini was the car to have as was the skirt, the Fab Four were riding high in the charts, new dance crazes were perfected in clubs, and Mods rivalled Rockers.

An up and coming rapper is hoping to hit the big time with his latest video that has so far attracted more than 5,000 views on YouTube.

A heavy metal band from Romford is playing to defeat their competition and make a bigger name for themselves.

The original Blues Brothers film developed a strong cult following among ‘80s audiences and gave many people their first taste of blues and soul music.

Music wafted through Langtons Gardens as 1,500 people enjoyed a summer concert yesterday (Sunday, June 11).

It’s been 45 years since Argus, Wishbone Ash’s third and most popular album, was released and fans of melodic rock music will have the opportunity to hear it live on Saturday, June 3.

A playground for big kids, tune chasers and beat boppers – We Are FSTVL in Upminster went off with a colourful bang over the bank holiday weekend.

Kelvedon Hall’s history stretches all the way back to the Domesday Book and a new festival within its grounds hopes to become just as significant for years to come.

An award-winning saxophonist who has worked with some of the biggest players in jazz brings his quartet to Queen’s Theatre next week.

Liam Grundy may not be the first name that pops into your head when you think of rock ‘n’ roll or country music but his love of the genres has seen him work with some of the most iconic musicians in the industry.

Noel Coward wrote some of the most popular British plays of the 20th century and now audiences will get to know a bit more about the man behind the words when a new musical comedy comes to Brookside Theatre on Friday.

The list of names which Barry Cryer has written jokes for reads like a who’s who of comedy greats.

This week, Max Chapman, who did a DJ set at the new Sankeys East nightclub, Romford, on Saturday, picks his top 10 favourite tracks

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