Music

Ne-Yo is Ne-No as the singer cancels Stadium MK date for a second time.

Ne-Yo has racked up some impressive figures so far in his career - three number one records, more than 10 million album sales worldwide and a trio of Grammy Awards bagged. And if he makes it to Milton Keynes this September, it'll be third time lucky!...

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Download Festival announces more noise-bringers for this year's heavy line-up

Download Festival attracts rock icons to its Main Stage, plus some of the best and hottest new acts in the world. AC/DC, KISS, Metallica, Def Leppard, Guns N’ Roses, Rage Against The Machine, Slipknot, Linkin Park and many more have all headlined its Main Stage....

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Stuart McCallum to play at Milton Keynes Gallery next week

Stuart McCallum's use of loops, soundscapes and open tunings evokes a combination of chilled-out bliss and sublimated yearning, creating music that is a balm for the soul......

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Joy Ellis brings her jazz quartet to The Stables in Milton Keynes

The London-based talent will bring her jazz quartet to the Wavendon venue, and collectively they'll be delivering tracks from her original Life on Land album...

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Everything sounds better on vinyl – the world’s most expensive records revealed

We had to share this for all the vinyl junkies among you. Do you own any of these records? If so, you're quids in!...

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Dub Pistols are in Bedford this week. Got your ticket yet?

As they gear up to celebrate 20 years of riotous marauding, the Dub Pistols are prepping their seventh as-yet-untitled album in 2017, and there’ll be a documentary about the band dropping at some point in the year too....

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