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In pictures: The 2022 Mobo awards

Belfast Telegraph 01 Dec 2022
Stars of the black music and culture industry shone on the red carpet of the 25th Mobo awards on Wednesday ... PA. / ... PA. / ... PA. / ... PA. / ... Skillibeng won the Best Caribbean Music act at the event (Ian West/PA). PA. /. Skillibeng won the Best Caribbean Music act at the event (Ian West/PA). Daily Headlines & Evening Telegraph Newsletter ... Enter email address ... PA. / ... PA ... .
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The Daily Star 29 Nov 2022
2, a tree lighting ceremony with Santa, the Happy Haggs and fire juggling with Mike the Juggler will take place along with live music at Red Shed Ale House, First Friday Open Mic at the Telegraph School and a holiday marketplace open house at 25 Main Collective.
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Mojo's helps out Alton Youth Symphony Tuesday

The Telegraph - Alton 28 Nov 2022
Mojo's Music, 144 N ... 29.For the Telegraph. EDWARDSVILLE – Mojo's Music, 144 N ... The Alton Youth Symphony furthers musical opportunities for youth in the greater Alton area by providing musicians up to grades 8 who play string, wind and percussion instruments an opportunity to play in a full symphony orchestra setting.
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The Daily Star 25 Nov 2022
2, a tree lighting ceremony with Santa, the Happy Haggs and fire jugging with Mike the Juggler will take place along with live music at the Red Shed Ale House, First Friday Open Mic at the Telegraph School and a holiday marketplace open house at 25 Main Collective.
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Sir Cliff Richard, Stormzy and football anthems could get Christmas number one

Belfast Telegraph 25 Nov 2022
We need your consent to load this Social Media content ... Please review their details and accept them to load the content ... However, they will face tough competition if they enter the race with the number of new releases from global music superstars and a host of festive classics. Daily Headlines & Evening Telegraph Newsletter ... Enter email address ... Latest.
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Sir Cliff Richard: I don’t want to retire because I don’t want a ‘comeback’

Belfast Telegraph 24 Nov 2022
Sir Cliff Richard said he may stop making music – but will never officially retire because he does not like the idea of a ‘comeback’ ... Asked if he will stop making music, he said ... They were fantastic producers – different styles of music but connected because of Christmas. Daily Headlines & Evening Telegraph Newsletter.
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Michael Dunlop is so successful at the Isle of Man TT as he lives right on the edge, says DJ Carl Cox as new feature film is released

Belfast Telegraph 23 Nov 2022
Dunlop won both Supersport races at the TT this year to increase his haul of victories around the Mountain Course to 21 ... Cox may be a surprising fit as a personal sponsor for Dunlop, but the dance music legend’s passion for motorbikes and the TT shines through in the film. Daily Headlines & Evening Telegraph Newsletter ... Enter email address ... Most Read ... .
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In Pictures: Taylor Swift reigns supreme and other winners from the 50th AMAs

Belfast Telegraph 21 Nov 2022
Taylor Swift was the big winner at the 50th American Music Awards as she took home six trophies including Artist of the Year ... The singer, 32, won all six categories in which she was nominated, including gongs for the Favourite Pop Album, Favourite Music Video and Favourite Female Pop Artist categories ... Daily Headlines & Evening Telegraph Newsletter.
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Time spent listening to music continues to rise globally – report

Belfast Telegraph 17 Nov 2022
The average time spent listening to music globally has risen in the past year, according to a report. Listeners spent 20.1 hours a week playing their favourite music, up from 18.4 hours in 2021, the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI) said ... Daily Headlines & Evening Telegraph Newsletter.
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Jack Vidgen reveals he doesn't have many friends in the entertainment industry and is 'quite lonely'

The Daily Mail 17 Nov 2022
As a popular reality star he has a life many would envy ... Jack Vidgen has revealed he 'doesn't has many friends in the entertainment industry, and is 'quite lonely' ... RELATED ARTICLES ... EXCLUSIVE ... He told The Daily Telegraph his return to television has helped him financially because it costs 'a lot of money' to release music as an independent artist ... .
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Composer of Ukrainian opera says it is ‘great honour’ to see it reach UK

Belfast Telegraph 16 Nov 2022
The composer of a “special” Ukrainian opera with a nuclear focus has said it is a “very great honour” to see it featured in one of the UK’s leading musical festivals ... It combines folk and classical singing, physical theatre, dance, unique musical instruments and cinematic video-novels ... Daily Headlines & Evening Telegraph Newsletter.
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Northern Ireland music industry contributed almost £345m to local economy in 2019

Belfast Telegraph 15 Nov 2022
New data has revealed the importance of Northern Ireland’s music sector to the economy. Figures show that the music sector contributed almost £345m to the local economy and accounted for almost 6,500 jobs here in 2019. The data was published ahead of Wednesday’s Music Cities event and the NI Music Prize ... Daily Headlines & Evening Telegraph Newsletter.
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Team Ballabhpurer Roopkotha on the success of the film

The Telegraph India 15 Nov 2022
The Telegraph chats with Satyam Bhattacharya, Surangana Bandopadhyay, Shyamal Chakraborty and Debraj Bhattacharya, the actors from the film ... Some of the people whose views mean a lot to me have complimented me on the music and its melodious nature ... The Telegraph) really moved me.
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I’m A Celebrity’s Chris Moyles recalls how ‘badly’ BBC Radio 1 handled his exit after ...

Metro UK 15 Nov 2022
Chris Moyles addressed his Radio 1 departure (Picture. ITV) ... During Monday’s installment, Chris addressed his exit from the beloved station with politician Hancock ... ITV) ... PA/BBC). He continued ... In the Bush Telegraph, Moyles added. “When it did finish, to do the musical, to do my own tour, and then meet my future girlfriend – then my life changed entirely.
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Matt Hancock covered in slime and feathers during latest I’m A Celebrity trial

Belfast Telegraph 12 Nov 2022
Matt Hancock was covered in slime and pelted with feathers and custard as he took part in his fourth challenge on I’m A CelebrityGet Me Out Of Here! ... “No. My dad used to do this thing in the car, he’d turn down the music when he was going to make an announcement ... ‘We know, turn the music up.’” ... Daily Headlines & Evening Telegraph Newsletter ... Latest. .

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