|Melesha O’Garro, or as you’ll know her best: ‘Lady Leshurr’ bought down the house at Birmingham’s O2 Institute on Thursday night.|
|The Pretty Reckless were formed in 2009 and perhaps best known for their single 'Make Me Wanna Die' which reached the #20 in the UK charts back in 2010. Now they are currently touring the UK in support of the band’s third album release 'Who You Selling For' and Birmingham’s O2 Institute was sold out for their return to the city since 2014.|
|Zac Farro is a name that will be familiar to many a 00’s rock fans after rising to fame as part of the Grammy Award winning band Paramore. But Zac is now steadily making waves with his new musical venture, Halfnoise.|
|Gig Junkies’ Sophie Jones sat down for a chat with Zac Farro to discuss his new indie rock music venture Halfnoise.|
|Let's cast your minds back to when Josh Farro was a founding member of Grammy winning, alternative rock group Paramore, who had record sales surpassing 10 million units worldwide with hits including ‘Misery Business’, ‘Only Exception’ and ‘Decode'.|
|Gig Junkies’ Sophie Jones sat down to chat with Josh Farro aka FARRO the former lead guitarist and backing singer of Paramore and about life as a solo artist, his new album 'Walkways' and how his first solo tour was going...|
|The last time I saw Ray Quinn (musically) was 9 years ago when he released his debut album 'Doing It My Way'. 2015 saw Ray head back into the studio to start work on a new commercial sound that would return him to his music, bringing us to the 2016 'No Man’s Land' Tour.|
|Gig Junkies' Sophie Jones sat down for a chat with to the multi-talented Ray Quinn before his gig at The Robin 2 in Bilston.|
|Acting as a pit stop between their headline slot on the Lock Up Stage at Reading & Leeds Festival, Good Charlotte graced the good people of Birmingham with their angst riddled, pop punk tunes on a rather fittingly rainy, emo Saturday.|
|It’s Saturday July 30th and there’s a massive rave happening in Birmingham’s Digbeth Triangle, and it’s only midday; but you’ve guest it, it’s MADE Birmingham weekend and it’s SOLD OUT!|
|Slam Dunk arrived and certainly left its mark. The Midlands leg of this festival found itself a new home at the NEC complex, thanks to a refurb at its regular Wolves home. There was a vastness that felt sterile and dispersed the usual pent up energy, sweat and hormones synonymous with Slam Dunk. However, it didn't take long for the crowd to make it their own, sit wherever they could find space and bring a festival scuzz to the shiny Genting arena.|
|Now after all the excitement it was time for Bowling For Soup to take to the stage, they were greeted with uproar of cheers as one by one they came out onto the stage. They kicked the night off right by starting with 'The Bitch Song' followed by 'Emily' and 'Ohio (Come Back To Texas)'.|
Up next was the band that everyone was waiting for, the four-piece from San Antonio, TX Nothing More. As Jonny, Daniel and Mark took to the stage the place erupted.
Sold out; James Bay has gained his fans in their thousands with a record year introducing his album Chaos and the Calm as well as winning this year’s Critics Choice Award at the Brits. Hitchin’s very own has hit us by storm, with a multitude of tracks and representing the era of acoustic rock, competing (never mind befriending) the likes of Sheeran and Ezra.