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In a Reading & Leeds Festivals first, two bastions of modern British music will be co-headlining and making the step up to the largest festival stages of their careers, bringing together two defining acts of a generation.
Broadcaster and songwriter, Mike Read is set to present Tin Pan Alley, which aims to putgreat songwriters back into the limelight. 
The country's great organs are often neglected and the The Secret Life of Organs tour will celebrate them in all their glory as the first 'synthesisers' invented centuries before their electronic counter-parts. 
San Francisco blues-rock quintet The Stone Foxes have announced their very first UK headline tour, which will bring them to The Gladstone, Brighton, next month.
Brighton's David Gilmour took first place at the Best Art Vinyl 2015 awards for his most recent album, Rattle That Lock.
Ex-Brighton resident Natasha Khan (Bat For Lashes) follows up her recent collaboration (Sexwitch) with the city's experimental rock band, Toy, with a fifteen minute vignette, entitled, I Do.
Fun Lovin' Criminals visit Sussex in February to celebrate and resurrect in all its glory one of the most important albums of 1996, 'Come Find Yourself'. 
Music Performance & Production students at City College Brighton and Hove recently gained some valuable insights from local music impresario, Jim Walker. 
Sticky Mikes Frog Bar and The Hope & Ruin are this week (25th - 31st January 2016) representing Brighton during Independent Venue Week. 
It was straight down to business when Paul Weller took to the Brighton Centre stage, last Friday night (20th November 2015).
On Monday 23rd November 2015, a new weekly evening show is launched on Brighton's community radio station RadioReverb – and it's especially for Irish citizens living in the city. It's called What's The Craic?
“I don't think you can have a conversation about sound-systems in the UK without mentioning us,” says Lloyd Coxsone“We've been there and done it, and we've inspired a generation of sound-systems worldwide.”
Hugh Cornwell will be marking twenty-five years as a solo artist by undertaking a solo acoustic tour which will bring him to Worthing, later this week.
Sir Peter Blake and jazz poet Michael Horovitz will be amongst those up on the big screen in Brighton, when a new documentary is unveiled on the life and times of English jazz multi-instrumentalist, Tubby Hayes.

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