Toots and The Maytals 1964 was a big year in history the first pirate station went live the civil rights act came into play making a big impact on music and what musicians could record and Toots and The Maytals burst onto the music scene a as pioneers of Ska, Rocksteady and Reggae music with debut hit 'Never Get Weary'.


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Rex Orange County As I stood in the enormous queue outside the O2 Institute, I noticed the rare September sunset had turned a beautiful Peach colour. It seemed even the sky was excited for Rex Orange County’s sold out set tonight.


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Pale Waves Birmingham's O2 Institute was awash with teenage angst as Manchester band Pale Waves rocked into the city on Tuesday night, as scores of young fans waited excitably for their upcoming idols they were treated to support from indie rock band Swimming Girls.


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Brian Wilson A rainy underpass in Digbeth is an unlikely place to experience a bit of California on a Friday night, but that's exactly what the crowd at the Digbeth Arena were treated to when Brian Wilson brought the legendary Pet Sounds album to the newly formed Skyline Series. An audience of all ages donned raincoats and jumpers in perhaps what was ironically the worst day for weather all summer.


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