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CONCERT REVIEW: Rousing send-off for man with the baton after 19 years

Handel’s Messiah, South Holland Singers, St Mary and St Nicolas Church, Spalding

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SCOTTISH SONGSTRESS: Kerri Watt whose debut album is expected next year.  Photo supplied.

ALBUM REVIEWS: Contender to be next Scottish first lady of song

You and Old School Sessions by Kerri Watt, 25 Hour Convenience Store/KW Records, Out Now

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GEORDIE SOUL: Newcastle jazz singer-songwriter Zoe Gilby will be performing with her quartet at Long Sutton Market House on Saturday, December 16, at 7.30pm.  Photo by Adrian Tilbrook.

CONCERT PREVIEW: Invitation to hear Geordie jazz queen in Long Sutton

Newcastle jazz singer Zoe Gilby, described by British saxaphone legend Courtney Pine as someone who “deserves wider recognition”, is coming to Long Sutton next weekend.

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ALBUM REVIEW: Of course Green Day’s greatest hits is brilliant but why no ‘Jaded’?

ALBUM REVIEW: Of course Green Day’s greatest hits is brilliant but why no ‘Jaded’?

Green Day Greatest Hits: God’s Favorite Band

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Area 11

ALBUM REVIEW: From All the Lights in the Sky to Modern Synthesis, Area 11 continue to grow

MODERN SYNTHESIS by Area 11, Out now

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University Academy Holbeach cast for Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat

UAH students take to the stage with Joseph

The popular musical Joseph and The Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat comes to life this Thursday, Friday and Saturday (November 9-11) at University Academy Holbeach (UAH).

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STARS OF HEAVEN: Divers Voyces, directed by Jeremy Jepson, performed a range of works appropriate for November 5 at Priory Church, Deeping St James.  Photo supplied.

CONCERT REVIEW: Fireworks from a choir set this November 5 alight

Divers Voyces, Music at the Priory, Priory Church, Deeping St James

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SUNDAY RECITAL: Luba Tunnicliffe performed viola pieces with pianist Gamal Khamis at South Holland Centre, Spalding.  Photo by Alessandro Tear.

CONCERT REVIEW: Second time out for music pair sharing classical tastes

Luba Tunnicliffe and Gamal Khamis, South Holland Concerts, South Holland Centre, Spalding

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VIOLA PLAYER: Luba Tunnicliffe, a graduate from London's Guildhall School of Music and Drama, will be playing works by Brahms, Enescu, Hummel and Telemann in the first of this season's South Holland Concerts.  Photo by Matilda Hill-Jenkins.

CONCERT PREVIEW: Different day but the same excellence for recital series

Luba Tunnicliffe and Gamal Khamis, South Holland Concerts - 34th Season, South Holland Centre, Spalding

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CITY BEATS: Liverpool band Sugarmen are frontman/guitarist Luke Fenlon, songwriter/guitarist Chay Heney, Sam McVann (drums) and Tom Shields (bass).  Photo supplied by Sonic PR Music.

ALBUM REVIEW: Mersey band makes claim to be the new famous four

Local Freaks, Sugarmen, Modern Sky UK Records, Out Now

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COMMUTER 23: Neil Arthur has written and recorded ten new songs for Blancmange's new album, Unfurnished Rooms, out now on Blanc Check Records.  Photo supplied.

ALBUM REVIEW: Is this album a case of the bygone days of the 1980s?

Unfurnished Rooms, Blancmange, Blanc Check Records, Out Now

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The Spark by Enter Shikari

Change of style and substance as Shikari refuse to jump on the current affairs bandwagon

Enter Shikari – The Spark: Out Now

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Priory Church, Deeping St James, hosts of the monthly 'Music at the Priory' series of recitals which featured organist Christopher Dexter-Mills.  Photo by Tim Wilson.  1005082w61wat.

RECITAL REVIEW: Through the ages of organ music across the continent

Christopher Dexter-Mills, Music at the Priory, Priory Church, Deeping St James

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OFF THE WAGON: South Yorkshire singer-songwriter Philippa Hanna, who performed in concert at Spalding Baptist Church in February, is touring with former Britain's Got Talent winners Collabro ahead of releasing her sixth studio album, Come Back Fighting, next month.  Photo supplied by Storm 5 Management.

TOUR PREVIEW: Friends that come second time around is motive for new album

Philippa Hanna, Home UK Tour 2017 with Collabro, From October 24 until December 2

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DESERET SONGS: Utah blues/roots group 3hattrio are Greg Istock (bass), Hal Cannon (banjo/guitar) and Eli Wrankle (violin).  Photo by Alex Santiago.

CONCERT REVIEW: Sensational sounds from the “Deseret State’ of Utah

American history states that when followers of the Morman sect first made Utah their home in the mid-19th century, they renamed it “The State of Deseret”, a reference to the honeybee in The Book of Mormon.

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Pianist Isobel Fovargue who was the guest performer at the Haven Singers' Musical Celebration at St Thomas' Church, Wyberton.  Photo by David Lowndes.

CONCER REVIEW: Music to suit all ages and played by all ages at event

Musical Celebration at St Thomas’ Church

The Haven Singers and Isobel Fovargue (piano)

St Thomas’ Church, Wyberton

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Rat Boy

ALBUM REVIEW: Fine album that I’d recommend to anyone

SCUM by Rat Boy

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Andrew Clingo, Music Director of A Handful of Harmonies, presenting a cheque to Joely Garner of their chosen charity Thorpe Hall Hospice earlier in the year with three members of the choir. Joanne Clingo, Jackie Dodds and Sue Ward

Join choir for a cuppa and a sing

School’s back and so are A Handful of Harmonies. If you would like to be part of this fabulous ladies you can join them from 1pm tomorrow (Friday) for a cuppa.

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Something is stirring out of Mormon land to set a trend

Solitaire, 3hattrio, Okehdokee Records, Out Now

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PIANO MAN: Gabriel Latchin whose debut album, Introducing Gabriel Latchin Trio, is out on the Alys Jazz label from September 1.  Photo supplied by Pomona UK.

ALBUM REVIEW: Piano man comes out of the shadows to strike his note

Introducing Gabriel Latchin Trio

Alys Jazz

Out on Friday, September 1

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