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CONCERT REVIEW: What a way to go for a loyal and loved leader of music

Lincolnshire Youth Wind Orchestra, Conductor: David Dorey, South Holland Centre, Spalding

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Papa Roach - Crooked Teeth

ALBUM REVIEW: Classic rap metal with a new style

PAPA ROACH - CROOKED TEETH: Out now

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Lindsey Buckingham and Christine McVie - (self-titled)

ALBUM REVIEW: Is Nicks the missing link in duo’s effort?

LINDSEY BUCKINGHAM AND CHRISTINE MCVIE - SELF-TITLED: Out now

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Royal Blood - How Did We Get So Dark?

ALBUM REVIEW: Monster riffs and cool melodies make a strong album

ROYAL BLOOD - HOW DID WE GET SO DARK? Out now

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DARK BLUES: Samuel Taylor and Rebecca Van Cleave are Ophelia.  Photo by Ev Sekkides.

ALBUM REVIEW: Natural born entertainers have stardom in their voices

A Little Too Late, Ophelia, Troubadour Songs, Out Now

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DOUBLE DYNAMITE: Sam (Moore) & Dave (Prater) on Stax Records.  Photo supplied by Pomona UK.

ALBUM REVIEW: Double act who put the heart into sound of soul

Sam & Dave, Stax Classics, Concord Music Group, Out Now

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MEMPHIS BELLE: Carla Thomas, Stax Records' first recording star who became known as "Queen of Memphis Soul".  Photo supplied by Pomona UK.

ALBUM REVIEW: Soul queens owe a debt of gratitude to Ms Memphis

Carla Thomas, Stax Classics, Concord Music Group, Out Now

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Pavanotti, alias Jeff Woods, launching his new album Great Singing, Great Fun' at Uptown Vinyl Records, Spalding Lifestyle Centre, Pinchbeck.  Photo by Tim Wilson.  SG170617-230TW.

Pavanotti joyful on release of new album in Pinchbeck

Pavanotti (front) at Uptown Vinyl Records celebrating launch of new album. SG170617-230TW

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Hollie Haines, a singer-songwriter from Leeds, has released her debut EP, "The Walls I Built".  Photo by George Yonge.

ALBUM REVIEW: Bridging the gap between folk and rock unexpectedly

The Walls I Built, Hollie Haines, Self-Released, Out Now

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Hannah Sanders and Ben Savage sing together on their debut album as a duo, Before the Sun, out now on Sungrazing Records.  Photo by Rosie Hardy.

ALBUM REVIEW: Experience the ‘healing power of music’ through Hannah and Ben

Before The Sun, Hannah Sanders and Ben Savage, Sungrazing Records, Out Now

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Spalding acoustic singer-songwriter Meg McPartlin.  Photo supplied.

MUSIC REVIEW: Songstress in contention to star on much bigger stages

Meg McPartlin at The Punchbowl, Spalding

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Hannah Sanders and Ben Savage were the guests of Spalding Folk Club this month.  Photo by Rosie Hardy.

Chance meeting turns into folk symmetry for a pair of “troubadours” after audiences’ hearts

Hannah Sanders and Ben Savage, Spalding Folk Club at South Holland Centre, Spalding

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A section of Boston Sinfonia perform at The Stump.  Photo by David Compton.

CONCERT REVIEW: Another coming of age for The Stump’s finest music ambassadors

Boston Sinfonia, with guest clarinettist Neil Atkinson, St Botolph’s Church, Boston

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Stax Classics' 60th anniversary is marked with a series of 12-track albums, including one featuring Booker T and the MG's.  Photo supplied by Pomona Books and Music.

Godfathers of northern soul start a 60th birthday gig

Booker T and the MG’s, Stax Classics, Concord Music Group, Out Now

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Soul legend Otis Redding is being celebrated during the 60th anniversary year of Stax Records.

Otis was the star who transformed Stax Records

The simply titled “Otis Redding” is one of the classic albums being released to celebrate the 60th anniversary of Stax Records.

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DEEPINGS BLISS: Members of The Fenland Consort at Priory Church, Deeping St James.  Pictured (from left) are Kathryn Such (flute), Terry Noble (violin), Brian Stout (glockenspiel), Judy Buijs (viola), John Hollins (flute and keyboard), Liz Atkins (double bass), Tom Parker (violin) and Henk Buijs (cello).  Photo by John Marsh.

CONCERT REVIEW: Rich tapestry lets ageless works loose for a new life

The Fenland Consort, Music at the Priory, Priory Church, Deeping St James

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Staff at The Punchbowl in Spalding, including licensee Pete Williams (back third right) and Ellis Taylor-Williams (front left) with musician John Campbell (back third left) of Jimi Hendrix Experience tribute band Are You Experienced? who were in action on Bank Holiday Monday.  Photos (MICHAEL FYSH): SG290517-075MF.

All about Jimi at The Punchbowl’s music weekend

A Spalding pub paid homage to a music legend’s visit to Spalding 50 years ago with an entertainment “experience” for the bank holiday.

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IN FEET FIRST: Kat Brittain and her band are performing at  Mind Aid at Alive Corn Exchange, King's Lynn, on Saturday, June 24, and then at Festival Too, also in King's Lynn, on Friday, July 14.  Photo by Jon Seymour.

ALBUM REVIEW: Rich rewards for a northern soul singer who chose to ‘jump in feet first’

I Can and I Will, Kat Brittain, Self-Released, Out Now

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Brass Band will be in Market Place on Saturday from 11am until 2pm.  SG110911-125NG.

Spalding Brass Band to strike up a note for market day

Members of a Spalding-based band will be making some noise for shoppers on Saturday in an effort to draw new members.

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Humanz by Gorillaz

New Gorillaz offering exceptional from start to finish

Humanz

By Gorillaz

Parlaphone and Warner Bros

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