Music

Stadium players Slydigs come to Milton Keynes

With a style of music that perfectly depicts the disillusionment of modern day life, Slydigs have earned themselves an ever expanding fan base and have recently supported rock legends The Who on their world tour....

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Sam Sweeney returns to Milton Keynes with the remarkable story of Fiddle: Made in the Great War

Ten years ago Sam Sweeney bought a violin in Oxford. It had all the appearance of a new instrument but the labels inside gave the date 1915, the name Richard S. Howard and the words ’Violin No. 6, Made in the Great War’......

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'International bright young things' Jesus Jones are coming to Milton Keynes

Blending rock and techno, Jesus Jones were one of shining lights of the early nineties alternative dance scene with such indie disco classics as 'Never Enough', 'Real, Real, Real' and the still amazing 'Info Freako'....

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Thea Gilmore makes tracks to The Stables in Milton Keynes

Thea Gilmore releases her brand new studio album The Counterweight on Friday, and fans in Milton Keynes don't have long to wait to hear it played live......

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Let The Sunset Lounge jazz up your weekend with a plump bill of music-makers

A tasty whipped up billing brings together some cracking folk and jazz fusionists at The Cannon in Newport Pagnell this weekend. ...

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Gig: Xylouris White and Still House Plants check in at Milton Keynes Gallery

Xylouris White is a collaboration between legendary Cretan lute player George Xylouris and Jim White, an icon of the underground music scene and founding member of The Dirty Three, and the duo bring their live sounds to Milton Keynes Gallery tomorrow night, as part of the Thursday Scratch Night series....

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