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Berywam are back with high tempo dance hit “Give It Up”

The artists who are no stranger to the Spotlight, already have a plethora of achievements . As winner of the 2018 BeatBox World Championships the artists are known for their serious talent. With a Tik Tok following of six million and a successful stint on hit US tv show America’s Got Talent. Berywam are Back …

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Need Your Love So Bad – Peter Green and David Gilmour

To coincide with the upcoming publication of a new book about the guitarist who was founder of Fleetwood Mac, a version of Need Your Love So Bad, which started life as a home recorded vocal by Peter Green in 1968 using a domestic tape recorder, has just been made available with additional music played by David Gilmour. Producer Laurie Latham took the vocal track and with the full input of Gilmour created a new musical landscape for this classic blues track. Peter heard and approved of the treatment before he passed away, peacefully in his sleep, on July 25th 2020. This is one of two tracks that form part of the book project by Peter called The Albatross Man. The other track is a new version of Man of the World by Kirk Hammett from Metallica using Peter’s original famous Les Paul. The book – in three special editions, two of which include the two new songs on 7″ single – is now on pre-sale, and will be published on what would be Peters 75th birthday, October 29th 2021. Full details and ordering at rufuspublications.com (https://www.rufuspublications.com), who are the only retailers of the book, but will ship worldwide.

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Kilkenny’s adopted son, John Murry is back with his latest offering, ‘Ones + Zeros’

Revealing his brand new single, Kilkenny’s adopted son, John Murry is back with his latest offering, ‘Ones + Zeros’, which sees Murry deliver a characteristically personal and introspective track in melodic, proto-country American style. As the follow up to ‘Oscar Wilde’ (Came Here To Make Fun Of You), John Murry drops ‘Ones + Zeroes’, the …

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Genevieve Miles shines on jazzy, indie-pop number, ‘Storm Before’

Following on from the release of ‘Magic Man’ last year, Birmingham’s very own breakthrough star Genevieve Miles returns to serve her growing fanbase another sweet slice of her innovative indie-pop. Now at 21 years of age, ‘Storm Before’ demonstrates Genevieve’s growing maturity in her songwriting, seeing her begin to openly embrace her darker side, taking …

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Pink Floyd Exhibition: Their Mortal Remains in LA 2021 – tickets on sale (UPDATED)

Some important information today, particularly for those in or near California: early tickets for the next location of The Pink Floyd Exhibition: Their Mortal Remains have just gone on sale! It was recently announced that it was going to the USA as its long-awaited next step, arriving in the country for the first time. The exhibition will open at the Vogue Multicultural Museum in Los Angeles, California in 2021. The tickets which have just become available – as a pre-sale to the museum’s mailing list subscribers – are for most of August, with time slots throughout each day for people to select from. Next Monday, May 3rd, the general sale of tickets begins so this is your opportunity to hopefully get your choice of date and time. There’s a limited capacity (due to COVID-19, and to make the experience better generally) so prime time slots are bound to sell quickly. If the new staging is anything like past iterations of this exhibition (which originally opened at London’s Victoria Albert Museum in May 2017, and has since toured selected locations in Europe) it is a wonderful journey through the years of Pink Floyd’s history, even incorporating related items from the band member’s lives pre-Floyd. To see instruments, equipment, props, posters, and so much more that have been key elements, is a joy, and is not to be missed! The venue, along Hollywood Boulevard, is considered a historical landmark of Los Angeles. The building was built in 1935, and was eventually remodelled in 1959. It closed its doors in 1995. The space has been used for film locations and live performances. Now, the Vogue Multicultural Museum has opened its doors to welcome all types of cultural and artistic expressions, becoming a unique place in the heart of Hollywood, and the Pink Floyd Exhibition is the first exhibition it is hosting. This picture to the left has just been posted on their socials and shows the eye-catching frontage, along one on the most heavily visited roads in Hollywood! Visit www.vmmla.com (http://www.vmmla.com) to join the email list for this early access to pre-sale tickets; once your subscription is confirmed, they should email you immediately with the pre-sale link. For the exhibition’s own website, visit PinkFloydExhibition.com (https://www.pinkfloydexhibition.com) although currently there is little information on there. They are selling tickets at half-hour intervals for entrance; they recommend you arrive fifteen minutes early to check in, stow any baggage in lockers, and suchlike, and you need to be at the museum within 30 minutes of your ticket’s entry time. They also recommend you allow at least two hours for your visit. To our mind, this is the absolute minimum you should give yourself – a lot of people at past stagings of the exhibition have spent at least double that to take in everything on display. The website also has more information including location, COVID-19 considerations for attendees, and hopefully soon, the dates that the exhibition is being staged, and potentially even an online store. We’ll keep you posted. UPDATE: The general sale of tickets has now started through this link (https://rocketpayments.events/pinkfloyd-us/), and the expected extent of the exhibition’s opening has been revealed. It is due to run from August 3rd through to November 30th, 2021 (going by the ticketing website’s date options, contrary to the new video below), and you can secure your choice of time slot now. Previous stagings of the exhibition have seen extensions to the finish date due to demand but remember this is NOT guaranteed and should not be assumed. Visit rocketpayments.events/pinkfloyd-us (https://rocketpayments.events/pinkfloyd-us/) to buy your tickets.

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Pink Floyd Exhibition: Their Mortal Remains in LA 2021 – tickets on sale

Some important information today, particularly for those in or near California: early tickets for the next location of The Pink Floyd Exhibition: Their Mortal Remains have just gone on sale! It was recently announced that it was going to the USA as its long-awaited next step, arriving in the country for the first time. The exhibition will open at the Vogue Multicultural Museum in Los Angeles, California in 2021. The tickets which have just become available – as a pre-sale to the museum’s mailing list subscribers – are for most of August, with time slots throughout each day for people to select from. Next Monday, May 3rd, the general sale of tickets begins so this is your opportunity to hopefully get your choice of date and time. There’s a limited capacity (due to COVID-19, and to make the experience better generally) so prime time slots are bound to sell quickly. If the new staging is anything like past iterations of this exhibition (which originally opened at London’s Victoria Albert Museum in May 2017, and has since toured selected locations in Europe) it is a wonderful journey through the years of Pink Floyd’s history, even incorporating related items from the band member’s lives pre-Floyd. To see instruments, equipment, props, posters, and so much more that have been key elements, is a joy, and is not to be missed! The venue, along Hollywood Boulevard, is considered a historical landmark of Los Angeles. The building was built in 1935, and was eventually remodelled in 1959. It closed its doors in 1995. The space has been used for film locations and live performances. Now, the Vogue Multicultural Museum has opened its doors to welcome all types of cultural and artistic expressions, becoming a unique place in the heart of Hollywood, and the Pink Floyd Exhibition is the first exhibition it is hosting. This picture to the left has just been posted on their socials and shows the eye-catching frontage, along one on the most heavily visited roads in Hollywood! Visit www.vmmla.com (http://www.vmmla.com) to join the email list for this early access to pre-sale tickets; once your subscription is confirmed, they should email you immediately with the pre-sale link. For the exhibition’s own website, visit PinkFloydExhibition.com (https://www.pinkfloydexhibition.com) although currently there is little information on there. They are selling tickets at half-hour intervals for entrance; they recommend you arrive fifteen minutes early to check in, stow any baggage in lockers, and suchlike, and you need to be at the museum within 30 minutes of your ticket’s entry time. They also recommend you allow at least two hours for your visit. To our mind, this is the absolute minimum you should give yourself – a lot of people at past stagings of the exhibition have spent at least double that to take in everything on display. The website also has more information including location, COVID-19 considerations for attendees, and hopefully soon, the dates that the exhibition is being staged, and potentially even an online store. We’ll keep you posted.

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Ormiston unveils his brand new indie-pop banger, ‘Step from the Limelight ’.

Ormiston unveils his brand new indie-pop banger, ‘Step from the Limelight ’. The Montreal-based musician, formerly known as Beverlay, embraces a rhythmic drum pattern, heavy synths and vibrant electric guitars to create the foundations for his hazy pop vocal, detailing the fear of being trapped in monotony. Penned in Ormiston’s characteristically thoughtful and introspective songwriting …

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