NEWS Pink: 'The fact that we have access to modern medicine is an absolute blessing' Newsdesk Share with :This week on Who’s Talking to Chris Wallace?, Popstar P!nk joins CNN Anchor Chris Wallace to talk about her new album, the message in her music and how she balances being a mom and a musician. WALLACE: You're doing an ad campaign now, for people who have risk factors to take COVID more seriously. WALLACE: What's the real message you're trying to get out? P!NK: The real message is, the fact that we have access to modern medicine is an absolute blessing. When I can get a Z-pack when I need one, it is an absolute blessing.
It’s an essential listen for Robbie and Take That fans, as Scott guides Robbie into his past and they open a world of nostalgia. Presenter: Scott MillsProducer: Ste Softley for MostestOn why Robbie left Take That:Robbie: ‘I think that I was in the middle of a nervous breakdown, my first of many. B) How do you perform like somebody that’s going to make 80 million quid?’Scott: ‘What do you wear? And I thought I’m passionate about UFOs. But I wouldn’t say he’s the next Robbie Williams, he’s the first Harry Styles.’2 months ago Music News
Paramore singer Hayley Williams hopes no other young female in music experiences the "s***" she faced in the misogynistic emo scene. Our entire scene was contributing to s****y treatment of women and anything that wasn't masculine. We were out on Warped Tour, this little Fueled by Ramen band acting like a hardcore band on stage. The 'Misery Business' singer went on to detail the bullying emo kids faced. As for the future of the group, Hayley joked that she wants them all to live together "on a commune".1 month ago Music News
NEWS Steve Lamacq hits the road to celebrate 10 years of Independent Venue Week Newsdesk Share with :BBC Radio 6 Music will celebrate 10 years of Independent Venue Week, the UK’s annual seven-day celebration of independent music and arts venues and the people that own, run and work in them. Steve Lamacq says: “Independent Venue Week has always played a vital role in helping grassroots venues at a financially perilous time of year. Sybil Bell, Founder of Independent Venue Week, joins to discuss its 10th anniversary and the live music landscape in 2023. BBC Music Introducing radio presenter Shakk Hashemi (BBC Radio Tees, Saturdays 8-10pm, and BBC Sounds) joins Steve to discuss Stockton’s music scene. Steve will also be providing listeners with gig guides to other Independent Venue Week concerts happening in the UK across the week.2 months ago Music News
NEWS 'Never Forget' voted as nations favourite Take That song Newsdesk Share with :In The Ultimate Take That Song on Radio 2 (Sunday 1st January 2023, 1-3pm), Never Forget is revealed as Radio 2 listeners’ favourite Take That song following an online vote. From Wednesday 23rd November, listeners were asked to vote for up to three of their favourite songs taken from Take That’s Top 75 UK chart singles. Never Forget is one of my all-time favourite Take That tunes so I’m especially thrilled to be announcing it as the winner of Radio 2’s listener vote in The Ultimate Take That Song. It’s a glorious start to the year.”In the programme, Mark Owen says: “Never Forget would be up there on my list. Never Forget is a journey, it is within the song and it has been for us in our lifetimes.”In the programme, Gary Barlow says: “[Never Forget] wasn’t born with this huge chorus the way it sounded on the single.2 months ago Music News
NEWS Harry Styles 4, Wet Leg 2 at The BRIT Awards 2023 Newsdesk Share with :The BRIT Awards 2023 with Mastercard took place tonight at a packed out O2 arena full of fans, BRIT School students, artists and music industry guests in celebration of British and international music over the last 12 months. A total of 15 awards were presented throughout the afternoon and evening, alongside an all-star line-up of extraordinary live performances. Global icon Beyoncé continued her winning streak with awards for International Artist of the Year and International Song of the Year for ‘Break My Soul’. Both awards presentations were broadcast on the BRIT Awards 2023: Red Carpet Show on ITV2, which was hosted by Clara Amfo, Maya Jama and Roman Kemp. Mastercard returned as headline partner of The BRIT Awards for the 25th year, bringing cardholders closer to their passion for music through a range of BRITs experiences.1 month ago Music News
NEWS LadBaby make UK chart history as 'Food Aid' debuts at Number 1 Newsdesk Share with :LadBaby make UK Official Chart history today, becoming the first act ever to claim a record five Official UK Christmas Number 1 singles, the Official Charts Company can confirm. Prior to Food Aid, LadBaby enjoyed festive chart-toppers with We Built This City (2018), I Love Sausage Rolls (2019), Don’t Stop Me Eatin’ (2020) and last year’s Ed Sheeran and Elton John collaboration Sausage Rolls For Everyone (2021). The Trussell Trust gets Christmas Number 1 again! Securing one Christmas Number 1 is a huge achievement in itself - to do it five times, in successive years, is unprecedented and frankly incredible. YouTube supergroup Sidemen have put in a passionate promotional campaign for their own festive single Christmas Drillings featuring JME, and it pays off.3 months ago Music News
NEWS BBC Radio 2’s listeners to vote for their favourite Queen song Newsdesk Share with :To mark the 50th Anniversary of Queen releasing their eponymous debut album and their first single, Keep Yourself Alive, today Radio 2 launches a listener vote to discover Your Ultimate Queen Song, with the results revealed in a countdown chart, hosted by Steve Wright on Monday 10th April at 4pm. The vote is now open, with listeners able to vote at www.bbc.co.uk/queenvote for their top three songs. The results will revealed in a countdown chart, Your Ultimate Queen Song, available on BBC Sounds from Friday 31st March and broadcast on Radio 2 on Monday 10th April at 4pm. This programme, produced by BBC Audio, will also be broadcast on Radio 2 on Monday 10th April, from 7-8pm. BBC Radio 2 is the UK’s most listened to radio station, with a weekly audience of 14.29 million (RAJAR Q4, 2022), and won Station Of The Year at the Music Week 2021 awards.1 month ago Music News