Friday 24th September Ticket Releases

Posted by - September 24, 2021

Each week, we post a selection of the biggest ticket releases on a Friday. We provide the full tour dates, time of release and the link to purchase tickets. This week, we have narrowed it down to five, including an iconic Manchester band and a brand new festival for 2022, headlined by Gerry Cinnamon. Our

Friday 23rd July Ticket Releases

Posted by - July 23, 2021

Live music is back and we can start planning gigs again with more certainty. Each week, we are posting a selection of the biggest ticket releases, including all dates, where to purchase tickets and when they go on sale. Our picks of the week are as follows… James James have announced a special intimate summer preview show at Oxford

James Announce New UK Show

Posted by - July 20, 2021

James have announced a special intimate summer preview show at Oxford O2 Academy on Tuesday 17th August 2021, following the release of their 16th studio album, ‘All The Colour of You’. Tickets go on sale Friday 23rd July at 10:00am and will be available from Gigs & Tours. VIP Packages are also available, which can provide

Interview: James

Posted by - May 26, 2021

James are back with their sixteenth studio album next month, with ‘All the Colours of You’ set for release on June 4th. The new record precedes an array of slots at UK festivals and a headline tour, including the London reopening event and that huge homecoming show with the Happy Mondays at the AO Arena,

Preview: James – All The Colours Of You

Posted by - March 10, 2021

Last week, James announced the release of their new album ‘All The Colours Of You’. Their sixteenth studio album will be released on 4th June 2021, with the title track now available across all platforms. Partly recorded pre-COVID, the album was produced by the Grammy award winning Jacknife Lee (U2, REM, Taylor Swift, Snow Patrol,

Music in 2001: Albums turning 20 this year

Posted by - February 2, 2021

We recently posted about 10 year album anniversaries in 2021. If that didn’t make you feel old then we are back again, this time with 20 year album anniversaries, celebrating the best of music in 2001! To think, it is now nearly 20 years since the excellent debut from The Strokes, with the seminal Is