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Britain's nostalgia obsessives have a new act to follow: a TV themes band, Dream Themes, playing what one aficionado describes as 'songs for the sofa'.  
Like other contemporary music legends of his generation – including Bob Dylan and John Lennon - music and art are inextricably linked in Ronnie Wood's life and the desire and need to create through both art forms is both natural and relentless.
Our Big Gig, England's largest community music festival is to return this summer, and local community organisations are being urged to register now to organise an event. 
When the weather's set to high-summer, the well organised family-orientated Love Supreme Jazz Festival will be with us once again.
Since its launch in 2013, SoundCity: Brighton & Hove has swiftly become one of the most revered Music Education Hubs in the UK.  
Bob Dylan will have a vibrant selection of his art on show in Brighton in a retrospective exhibition that brings together works released annually from 2008 to 2014, all from his critically-acclaimed collection: The Drawn Blank Series
The south's top music festival, Reading, has confirmed The Libertines as the final of this year's Main Stage headliners!  
The Fretful Federation is a community orchestra of players from Brighton and the surrounding areas playing all manner of fretted instruments, including mandolins, mandolas, mandocello, mandobass and classical guitars.
There are too many jesters pretending to be kings, too many charlatans and not enough innovators. These are the musical times in which we live .. and Paul Weller, 56, aiin't havin' none of it.
Double Grammy Award-winning Hip Hop trailblazers Arrested Development will be making a rare stopover in Brighton, later this month.
During the past half-decade, The Selecter, led by their legendary frontwoman Pauline Black, have become increasingly aware that their championing of 2-tone/ska music is firmly rooted outside of today's mainstream genres (indeed, Ska doesn't even exist as a music category on iTunes). 
The Prodigy's new album, The Day is My Enemy, takes you on a journey through the uncharted underbelly of urban nightlife where anger is an ever-present energy lurking just beneath the surface of an edgy calm.
Off the back of last summer’s major festival stages, as well as playing guests to Arctic Monkeys at two huge shows in London's Finsbury Park and at Dublin's Marlay Park, Brighton band Royal Blood's reputation is building internationally, as they set off to prove to the world that rock is definitely not dead.
Great Big Flamingo Burning Moon is the new album from English national treasures The Wave Pictures,  It was co-written and produced by one of their all time heroes Billy Childish.

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