Alberta Cross sound like they're from a trailer park in Tallahasse, but they're not
The annual ticket rush was all over by 10.45 - a record!
The Atlanta rock trio will rehearse new album at five shows
Wainwright is staying in London two more nights
Kasabian and Ash also confirmed for May Bank Holiday festival
Ghost make some rare appearances in May in support of new LP
The folk magus is to play Aintree Racecourse in July
London and Slane Castle shows are a sell-out!
Squeeze and Supergrass also to play the award-winning event
The U2 front man is now 'Sir' Bono, sort of
The digi-download is taken from new Spiderman movie
The original new-wavers are coming to Hackney this July
Plus details of forthcoming new album
The Britpop boys play intimate gig in London
Kele Okereke answers back to Liam Gallagher jibes
Kelis and Groove Armada also to play Summer dance party
The synth-meister has teamed up with Ade Fenton for new tracks
Patti Smith, Maximo Park and Waterboys to play Newcastle music season
Bruce and co are just back from a groundbreaking show in India
From The Jam: Bruce Foxton and Rick Buckler reunion shows are a sell-out
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