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Mr Bruce - former frontman of The Correspondents - marks the start of his solo career in spectacular style with the release of Race To Nowhere [Part One], and a date at Brighton's Green Door Store.

The Beatles famously turned their back on touring towards the end of their career but The Bootleg Beatles, due to Covid, as with the rest of the industry were forced into an unwanted hiatus. 

After years spent living on opposite sides of the Atlantic world events threw Laura Mary Carter and Steven Ansell of Brighton's Blood Red Shoes back together into what has become the must fruitful era of their 17 years together. 

During lockdown in 2020 the eleven members of Bellowhead first re-connected online to remotely record New York Girls - At Home. That led to re-uniting in person for a one-off performance which was streamed to mark the anniversary of Hedonism. 
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New York's We Are Scientists, who returned last month with, Huffy, their first album in over three years, are set to play Concorde 2, Brighton, in December.

Nic Cester is renowned for his debut solo album Sugar Rush as well as being part of the all-star rock n' roll collective The Jaded Hearts Club and for his huge breakthrough success with Jet. 

The Love Supreme Jazz Festival has added a host of acts to the line-up for next summer's event, which returns to Glynde Place in East Sussex from July 1st – 3rd 2022.

In September, Placebo resurfaced from a long hibernation to release their first single in five years – and first from the new album - Beautiful James

Africa in the Lounge is back in December for a new series of free live streamed concerts from Brighton drawing on musical traditions from across Africa and the diaspora.
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LA-based rock band Kills Birds who are set to play Brighton's The Great Escape (first fifty) online showcase on Thursday (18th November) chat about the release of their second album, Married.

The Skinner Brothers have wasted no time taking their rambunctious rock 'n' roll on the road after the return of live shows. 
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Brighton-based vocalist, multi-instrumentalist and producer Ruby Taylor previews her forthcoming second album with the new single Howl, released under her musical pseudonym Yumi And The Weather.

Seth Lakeman likes new beginnings, from his Mercury Music Prize in 2005 for Kitty Jay, through many collaborations, solo albums and his time spent accompanying Robert Plant in the studio and on stage. But his latest offering, Make Your Mark, arrives on the back of an enforced eighteen months off the road due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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