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Caran
There have been two concerts on today from Freddie, I have watched, fast forwarded some it. He is fantastic. But some of his concerts are not true Freddie! So I am selective in which parts I watch.,...
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mikey4444
As a child, I was brought up in North London, until the age of 10, in 1963. We had a Anglo-Indian schoolteacher in my Catholic Primary School, and she used to take us to some wonderful classical music...
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Louise07
Hi, I'd like to watch some music concerts on tv, such as Robbie williams live at Knebworth, Take That The Circus etc. does anyone know where I can look to see what concerts are to be shown on tv? We...
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Mahombi
Does anyone know the dates and venues of Alexander O'Neal's London concerts in the 1980's? Also which one(s) featured Cherrelle on stage with him? If those are too easy, can you tell me what Alex was...
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ConfusedMum
i like to keep a record of the gigs/concerts i've been to, but i forgot to mark the days down for these two gigs/concerts :( does anybody know the dates of the system of a down gig/concert that was...
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Jules001
Does anyone know whereabouts in the park concerts like the Foo Fighters this weekend are located. My son is going on Saturday and he is planning to go to Hyde Park Corner tube station, but I would...
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DriftwoodSam
Hello I wondered if anyone has any suggestions about any concerts Johnny Mthis may have in the country this year. My mother is mad on him and it was rumoured (don't ask me where) he was holding some...
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Cockney_si
Wondering how many concerts Michael Jackson would have been able to do had he not died when he did....
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Supermike
In the early to mid 60's I went to a lot of pop concerts which were very enjoyable apart from not being able to hear the Beatles above the screaming. The best act I saw was Roy Orbison whose voice was...
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amybeth
How is it when you are trying to book tickets for concerts , all the good seats seem to have gone and you end up in back row?
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pimlico
I'm a composer (classical) and want to buy a gismo that I can record my own music with at concerts and rehearsals (ie not bootleg). Something small enough to put in my handbag!!!! No external mike.I...
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raelgrin
has anyone plucked up the courage to buy the photos from 'unitedfan' who was giving leaflets out at the take that concerts in the summer of 2006? i ask as i do not want to get conned by sending off my...
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Team
I want to know what the attendance figures were for the Neil Diamonfd an Rod Stewart concerts which took place at Ashton Gate in Bristol last year. Can you tell me where I can find this information?
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strat1000
Are there any concerts or recitals in venice late may or early june
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aussiebird23
Does anybody know if there are any updates on the re-scheduling of the Wembley concerts or where it's likely to be moved to.
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Angiepitstop
How many concerts have Oasis played since they started?
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StretchyLegs
Hi! Can anyone tell me how to find out where Daniel O'Donnell has concerts in 2005? I would like to buy tickets for my in laws as a Christmas Present, but have really struggled to find...
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dillon
Is there such a web site that will give me the names of worldwide radio stations broadcasting live concerts from rock to classical etc
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anotheoldgit
http://www.telegraph....noise-complaints.html Does anyone really think that by cutting the amount of concerts down from 13 to 9 and reducing the number of people attending the events from 80,000 to...
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palomo
Why does USA does not make more promotion for reggaee music???,,,,,all you see is rock ,,,hip hop...and the same old boring stuff,,,,,,but reggaee is very hard to find....there are zillions of rock...

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Atheist
It seems to me that AB has lots of OP's attacking Islam and Muslims in general, but not many OP's attacking Jews. Anti-semitism seems to be considered shocking, but anti-Islam seems to be... ...
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Xollob
Which is the preferred form: "information on" or "information about"? Are there differences between British and American English here?
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mikey4444
As a child, I was brought up in North London, until the age of 10, in 1963. We had a Anglo-Indian schoolteacher in my Catholic Primary School, and she used to take us to some wonderful classical music...
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DJHawkes
http://www.independent.ie/irish-news/news/40pc-of-concert-objections-are-bogus-gardai-30426943.html...
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tigwig
My daughter is desperate to go see Katy Perry but it starts at 7.30pm on school night and I have no idea when it finishes. We would have to get seats as under 14's are not allowed to stand. As I have...
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Calvin-Klein
I need some ideas for a place in the united states that a father and a daughter could both enjoy. I'm a teenager and my dad is in his early fourties. We just need a break from the rest of the family....
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Ric.ror
Can anyone give me any details on any classical music festivals around the country
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New Judge
What is this strange obsession with wanting to watch football on the telly in a pub? Surely it's more comfortable at home (with the added advantage that you don't annoy anybody else).
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gulliver1
Liz Truss. Plans to fly to Prague next week to join the new . European Political Community Chaired by Emmanuel Macron. Watch out you brexiteers she's trying to get you back into the E/U through the...
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idiosyncrasy
It appears that most religions appear to be making money than giving the spiritual guidance. Hae you noticed how their leaders get large salaries and live in luxury? This would appear to be especially...
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janzman
......I'm not a fan of his and I don't go for his concerts, way to cheesy and frankly tacky, but I acknowledge his is an excellent showman. I'm not a musician in any way so my questions are directed...
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anotheoldgit
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/home/index.html...
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Tilly2
Last night Mr T and I went to see The Floyd Effect at our local theatre. They are Pink Floyd tribute band who are superb. However, I did not enjoy it. From the outset, all the music and singing...
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Scarlett
Have you ever had a good friend who decides that your services are no longer required when they get a better offer- a boyfriend/girlfriend, a new best friend etc? This has happened to me several times...
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dave50
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/education-42776454 Is she just pushing an agenda? I think she is being unreasonable and trying to make a point....
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melv16
After I've just recovered from my music school's Christmas showcase, I've come to the conclusion that the worst job in the world must be a violin teacher! :-)
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slinky.kate
I just got tickets for his concert in Glasgow,£84 a ticket,but I really like him,anyone seen him live ?????...
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Caran
Didn't enjoy the Freddie concert tonight. It was very early Queen, very loud, strident and not easily recognisable tunes. I think they were still finding their feet then....
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plowter
Watching Proms on BBC Four (St John Passion). Like listening to this at home - in background. Would love to hear this live but don't know what to do! What are you supposed to do at a classical music...
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Caribeing
Just seen Garth Brook T Shirts in a local store, obviously they have been made for the concerts that never were! The were selling for £2, should be giving them away, I wouldn't buy one would you?...

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Royal Albert Hall

The Royal Albert Hall is one of the UK's most treasured and distinctive buildings, recognisable the world over. The Hall is best known for holding the annual summer Proms concerts since 1941. The Hall has been used for over 150,000 events, including classical and rock concerts, conferences, ballroom dancing, poetry rec...16:37 Mon 24th May 2010

What does 'Last Night Of The Proms' mean

A. It's the last night of a series of musical concerts grouped under the overall title of The Henry Wood Promenade Concerts, which began life back in 1895. The idea of brining classical music to a01:00 Mon 06th Aug 2001

I'm going to my first concert - any advice

A. Pop concerts are a great night out, and with the increasingly sophisticated level of entertainment expected, and delivered, they can be a memorable experience, but make sure your first concert is01:00 Mon 30th Jul 2001

LSO St Luke’s

St Luke's is an 18th-century Grade 1 listed Hawksmoor church, restored to become the home of the London Symphony Orchestra (LSO) community and music education programme LSO Discovery. LSO is London's oldest orchestra and has a long and fascinating history. As well as rehearsals St Luke’s plays host to a diverse s...16:37 Mon 24th May 2010

One for the money, two for the show

Q. What do rock stars do when they're too old to rock A. It appears from an increasing trend, that they turn to the stage, and compose musicals. Q. Musicals as in Annie Get Your Gun, that kind01:00 Tue 19th Feb 2002

Southwark Cathedral

Southwark Cathedral is an oasis of calm in the hustle and bustle of London’s inner city life. This glorious Gothic building is the mother church in Southwark and has been a site of worship for over 1,000 years. Situated at the heart of Bankside it is close to London Bridge and the historic Borough Market. St Swi...16:37 Mon 24th May 2010

It goes to show you never can tell

Q. How important is Chuck Berry in the evolution of rock and roll A. Without Chuck Berry, rock and roll would not exist. Sure Elvis brought the whole thing to a mass audience, defined its visual01:00 Mon 11th Mar 2002

Who is Karlheinz Stockhausen

A. Karlheinz Stockhausen is credited with being one of the most original composers in the western world, as well as being one of its most controversial, egotistical, and some say, most difficult to01:00 Mon 15th Oct 2001

Who was Bessie Smith

A. Bessie Smith was a blues singer and composer who lived and worked in the early part of the last century. She was known as 'The Empress Of The Blues', and her style and material have influenced01:00 Mon 01st Oct 2001

Why is Luciano Pavarotti so famous

A. Pavarotti’s fame is a combination of his particularly high profile as a renowned opera tenor, which has given him ‘cross-over’ appeal into a more mainstream entertainment area, and01:00 Mon 17th Sep 2001

Who was Larry Adler

A. Larry Adler, theworld's most famous mouth organ player (he disliked the word 'harmonica') died last week, at the age of 87. Q. How does anyone get to be a 'famous mouth organ player' A. Because01:00 Mon 13th Aug 2001

London Entertainment Guide

London Entertainment Guide London is a great city for entertainment; whether you’re watching the street performers in Covent Garden or attending one of the many West End shows on offer, there is always something on that caters for all ages and tastes. London’s West End is known for its plethora of hit...16:37 Mon 24th May 2010

Somerset House

Somerset House is a spectacular neo-classical building in the heart of London, sitting between the Strand and the River Thames. Somerset House hosts open-air concerts and films, contemporary art and design exhibitions, family workshops and free guided tours of spaces usually hidden to visitors. With such a varied hist...16:37 Mon 24th May 2010

Royal Festival Hall

Royal Festival Hall is one of the world’s leading performance venues. The foyers of the Royal Festival Hall are opened to the public all day, seven days a week, with free exhibitions, lunchtime concerts, evening jazz performances, shops, bars and buffets. The Hall is part of the Southbank Centre. The Hall is fam...16:37 Mon 24th May 2010

Freemason’s Hall

Freemason’s Hall in London is the headquarters of the United Grand Lodge of England and a meeting place for the Masonic Lodges in the London area. It has been a Masonic meeting place since 1775. The buildings are frequently used as sets for TV and film productions such as Spooks, Poirot and Johnny English. The s...16:37 Mon 24th May 2010

Westminster Abbey

Westminster Abbey is steeped in more than a thousand years of history. Benedictine monks first came to this site in the middle of the tenth century. The present church is one of the most important Gothic buildings in the country. The Abbey has been the coronation church since 1066 and is the final resting place of seve...16:37 Mon 24th May 2010

Christmas Holidays: What to do guide

A Christmas break is the ideal time for friends and family to gather together and enjoy each other’s company. There are many festive activities to embark on or places to go which won’t break the Christmas budget. Take a trip away:Enjoy winter walks in the Lake District, relax by the fireside ...16:37 Mon 24th May 2010

Real Madrid...A Girls Getaway

Madrid is a city with mucha marcha (lively spirit) offering a multitude of local interests and experiences for girls who just want to have fun. Visiting Madrid: A trip to Madrid is a way to stimulate much delight to the eye as well as the palate as this city is where ancient and modern are delightfully juxtaposed. L...16:36 Mon 24th May 2010

Take a Trip to Belgium

France is renowned for being one of the shopping countries of the world, producing a wide array of shopaholics, but Belgium has established an even bigger collection of chocoholics. Belgian chocolate has been the food of champions, a lure for lovers, the indulgence of the rich and famous and a favourite for many, most ...16:36 Mon 24th May 2010

Windsor Castle Holiday

A break to one of England’s true landmarks, Windsor Castle, one of the oldest castles in the world is the perfect getaway if you’re looking for a holiday with years of history, contemporary shopping, fine dining, leisure activities and vast quantity of events. What Windsor Castle has to offer Windsor ...16:36 Mon 24th May 2010

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