Richard Lutz catalogues another seven days.
Richard Lutz catches a mix of jazz, hip-hop, RandB and techno from a young master
The must-watch movie on the crystal flatscreen parked in the corner of your living room this week? There’s no second guessing, says Richard Lutz
Town Hall hosts a celebration of folk
Richard Lutz watches a whirlwind of music that still refuses to stand still.
Steve Beauchampé pays tribute
Richard Lutz tunes into a new album from a Birmingham songwriter.
Kings Heath’s Hare and Hounds was the venue last night for the first appearance in Birmingham of Police Dog Hogan
Here at last to satisfy the clamour of their Brummie fans, come Police Dog Hogan.
If it’s Friday it must be Birmingham Jazz.
Sir Howard Elston, political correspondent to the stars, recaps the seven headed beast called the election debate.
Richard Lutz remembers how the Four Seasons were king-dogs of radio back in the early sixties. And, today, are staying alive with the musical that has gone ’round the world.
Richard Lutz takes a seat for that juggernaut of an opera, Carmen
Another foreign exclusive from Sir Howard Elston.
Following a three-day breather in the city’s groovy bars, Martin Longley jumps into the second weekend of the Gent Jazz Festival.
Johnny Winter, who has died, was everything a white albino blues guitarist should be, says Richard Lutz
RICHARD LUTZ slaps on his taps to dance along with a stage classic.
Medical charity Ammalife invites you to a choral concert in Birmingham which will not only give great pleasure but help raise cash for its international work.
Steve Beauchampé on the enduring legacy of the Fab Four.
From our music desk.
FEMI OYEBODE TRAVELS TO THE DEEP SOUTH OF THE US TO TAKE IN SOME GREAT MUSIC IN NEW ORLEANS AND BEYOND
Bournville String Orchestra, The Ruddock Performing Arts Centre, King Edward’s School, Edgbaston Park Road, Edgbaston Saturday September 7th 2013 19:30
The Jam House is welcoming Dr. Feelgood this Thursday 8 August for an evening of uplifting rock and roll.
Young Coventry University female duo performing on Sunday 4 August to help celebrate the great 1960s female pop stars
The first ever Lichfield Rocks festival raised over £2,500 for St Giles Hospice in Whittington.
Special home-town show for stunning cinematic folk septet The Old Dance School, as part of their UK tour, to be recorded for live release.
A return for a legendary name, amongst others.
Concert on Sunday 4 August will celebrate the great 1960s female pop stars who performed at former Ritz Ballroom.
Soulful folk-singer Krystle Warren brings her sublime musical talent to Glee Club Birmingham
The latest from the city centre venues.