Mel C ready to add some Spice to All-Star Salisbury gig

SPIKE Edney and his All‐Star Band have announced a very special guest ahead of their date at City Hall Salisbruy - Spice Girl Melanie C. The artist formally known as Sporty will be joining Spike & Co on their Christmas UK...

Steeleye Span bringing new live show to Salisbury

FOLK rock pioneers Steeleye Span are touring with a new live show. Maddy Prior - the voice of the band - leads a line-up featuring faces old and new and they perform at City Hall on Thursday 17 December, 8pm. With...

John Otway set for Devizes gig…and he’s bringing his Theremin

UNDERGROUND cult hero John Otway will be performing at The Lamb in Devizes on Friday 20 May. A textbook example of how to have fun, and not take yourself too seriously, his autobiography is subtitled "Rock and Roll's Greatest Failure".  Now it seems...

Genius: Stars pay tribute following death of David Bowie

STARS from around the world have paid tribute to David Bowie following the death of the music icon. Bowie succumbed to an 18-month cancer battle, just days after his 69th birthday and the release of his final album. News of the...

MUSIC: Gaz knows his place

SWINDON-born, Bristol-based, Gaz Brookfield roars the title track on his forthcoming album, “I know my place, and I know what you want from me.” Claiming it’s to “become another functioning member of society.” I digress, favouring he’d remain doing...

Police Dog Hogan unleashed in Salisbury

HAVING sold out their last two gigs in London, Police Dog Hogan turn their attention to the south west, and will be performing at City Hall Salisbury on Friday 26 February, 7.30pm. Many will know Police Dog Hogan from their...

The really, really hard 80’s pop quiz

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Swindon Shuffle Music Festival shifts up a gear with new Robins speedway partnership

THE local grassroots music festival, Swindon Shuffle, and local speedway team, Swindon Robins, have announced the Robins as the headline sponsor of this year’s festival. The festival, now in its tenth year, celebrates the local original music community and also...

WOMAD festival hailed as huge success

This year's WOMAD festival has been hailed a huge success after just nine incidents were reported to police over the whole weekend. Wiltshire Police has worked closely with WOMAD organisers for a number of years, to ensure the public enjoy a safe festival...

Former Swindon Town ace to show off singing skills as Rat Pack comes to...

LATER this month, the Wyvern Theatre will be transported back in time to the glitz and glamour of 1960s America as The Rat Pack Vegas Spectacular brings to life the swagger of legends Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin and Sammy...

Rumours of Fleetwood Mac gig in Wiltshire? It’s true

THE ultimate tribute to one of rock and roll’s most remarkable groups - Rumours of Fleetwood Mac - return to City Hall on Wednesday 30 March, 7.30pm. Recognised internationally as the world’s leading Fleetwood Mac tribute show, and with the...

Wille and the Bandits ready to rock City Hall

INTERNATIONALLY acclaimed roots warriors of the British Isles Wille and the Bandits will give Salisbury a taste of their classic brand of blues rock on February 20. The three piece - much in the vain of Cream or The Jimi Hendrix experience - try to...

Return of the evening picnic at Lacock Abbey

THE grounds at Lacock Abbey will once again stay open late one evening this summer for visitors to enjoy picnics and live music. On Friday, June 19, visitors will be able to enjoy the relaxed atmosphere on the South Lawn...

From the Apes to Amor, Pewsey Music Festival is ready to rock you

LOCAL favourite Jon Amor will headline this weekend's Pewsey Music Festival. Saturday's festivities in Cooper's Field kick off at midday with The Apes of Rock. A steady stream of live music follows with eight bands in total on the main stage interspersed...

Brit-nominated John Grant all set for City Hall gig

JOHN GRANT City Hall Salisbury, Wednesday 8 June, 7.30pm Plus Special Guest Meilyr Jones IT'S been the most spectacular of journeys, from a place in time when John Grant feared he’d never make music again, to winning awards, accolades...