A dog was found wandering the Glastonbury site long after the festival had finished. The dog, which has since been sent to a shelter, has been named Dolly after Dolly Parton. It has since been reported that the country singer will adopt the dog if its owners do not come and claim it.
A free workshop is being held to encourage female artists to showcase their work. The workshops are set to encourage artists to perform, with a live show case the day after. For more information please visit http://www.folkstockartsfooundation.com/
Olly Murs has revealed that his new album will be released in November.
Paul McCartney has resumed his touring after having to pull gigs due to poor health earlier in the year. The gigs that McCartney missed have been rescheduled for October.
Jessica Simpson and Eric Johnson were married this weekend. The couple have two children.
BBC Radio 1 presenter and TV personality, Fearne Cotton married partner Jessie Wood This week. Congratulations to the happy couple.
The London based festival Camden Crawl has gone into liquidation. In an emailed statement issued to Music Week, the festival founder Lisa Paulon said: “Please be aware that unfortunately Crawl Promotion Limited T/A Camden Crawl is experiencing financial difficulty. It is with great regret that the Board has decided that there is no option but to place the Company into Creditors’ Voluntary Liquidation.”
The pair embark on joint headline tour from now until the end of August. For more information visit the Folkstock Arts Foundation website.
Bromheads are touring at the end of July. Make sure you get your tickets.
23rd July – Hoxton Bar and Kitchen, London
24th July – Sun Flower, Birmingham
25th July – Cockpit, Leeds
26th July – Tramlines Festival, Sheffield
1st August – Insideout, Darlington (Free Entry)
2nd August – Night and Day Café, Manchester
Kasabian are set to play a 16 date UK tour.
19th November – The SSE Hydro, Glasgow
21st November – First Direct Arena, Leeds
22nd November – LG Arena, Birmingham
23rd November – Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff
25th November – Bournemouth International Centre, Bournemouth
26th November – Brighton Centre, Brighton
28th November – Capital FM Arena, Nottingham
1st December – o2 Academy Brixton, London
2nd December – o2 Academy Brixton, London
4th December – o2 Academy Brixton, London
5th December – o2 Academy Brixton, London
6th December – o2 Academy Brixton, London
8th December – The o2, Dublin
9th December – Odyssey Arena, Belfast
11th December – Metro Radio Arena, Newcastle
12th December – Phones 4U Arena, Manchester
Levellers are set to embark on a greatest hits tour.
29th October – Leas Cliff Hall, Folkestone
11th November – Rock City, Nottingham
12th November – o2 Academy, Bristol
13th November – o2 Shepherds Bush Empire, London
14th November – o2 Academy, Birmingham
15th November – UEA, Norwich
16th November – Guildhall, Portsmouth
18th November – William Aston Hall, Wrexham
19th November – o2 Academy, Newcastle
20th November – o2 Academy, Sheffield
21st November – o2 ABC, Glasgow
22nd November – Academy, Manchester
Paolo Nutini has added an extra date to his tour.
24th October – Metro Radio Arena, Newcastle
25th October – Motorpoint Arena, Sheffield
27th October – Hydro Arena, Glasgow
28th October – Hydro Arena, Glasgow
30th October – o2 Arena, London
5th October – LG Arena, Birmingham
6th October – Phones 4U Arena, Manchester
Catch Superfood as they tour this month.
12th July – The KPH, London
17th July – Undertone, Cardiff
18th July – AKA, Banbury (Free Entry)
19th July – Truck Festival, Oxford
22nd July – The Social, London (Free Entry)
23rd July – Jailhouse, Hereford
25th July – Secret Garden Party, Huntington
31st July – Old Blue Last, London (Free Entry)
1st August – Y Not Festival, Derbyshire
2nd August – Leopallooza, Cornwall
6th August – The Black Heart, London (Free Entry)
13th September – Shrewsbury Fields Festival, Shropshire
Teleman has announced live dates.
24th July – Secret Garden Party, Huntingdon
25th July – Deer Shed Festival, Yorkshire
7th August – Wilderness Festival, Charlbury
14th August – Green Man Festival, Powys
18th October – Brudenell Social Club, Leeds
20th October – Gorilla, Manchester
21st October – Hare and Hounds, Birmingham
22nd October – Heaven, London
24th October – Haunt, Brighton
25th October – Fleece, Bristol
As part of their European tour, 5 Seconds to Summer will be playing a host of UK dates in 2015.
28th May – The o2, Dublin
30th May – Odyssey Arena, Belfast
1st June – The SSE Hydro, Glasgow
2nd June – Newcastle Arena, Newcastle
3rd June – First Direct Arena, Leeds
4th June – NIA Arena, Birmingham
7th June – Motorpoint Arena, Birmingham
9th June – Phones 4U Arena, Manchester
12th June – SSE Arena Wembley, London
13th June – SSE Arena Wembley, London
Futurology – Manic Street Preachers
1000 Forms of Fear – Sia
Fragile – Midge Ure
Live Life Living – Example
No Other Name – Hillsong Worship