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14:19, 1 OCT 2013
Rock talent runs deep in the Townsend family
His big brother, Pete, was lead guitarist for the biggest rock band on the planet in the 1970s and Simon had already lent backing vocals to the hit album Tommy in 1969 at the age of just nine.
Hammersmith artist Keira Rathbone typing her way to the top
A HAMMERSMITH artist is on the road towards typing her way to the very top and has put her incredible work on show in her home town.
On The Couch: Wimbledon or Glastonbury?
Counsellor and psychotherapist Johanna Sartori is our regular columnist. This week she discusses two of Britain's biggest summer events: Wimbledon and Glastonbury.
Poet puts heart and soul into West Ealing gig
A POET who survived heart failure is holding a comedy and poetry gig with some famous friends.
Rapper announced as headline act at Harrow festival
RAPPING sensation Bashy has been announced as the headline act at this year's Harrow based Under One Sky Festival.
Bm@il: Making hay in sunshine
I'M OFF to another bash - no, it's too early for Glastonbury - I'm going to a literary event.
Eurovision Song Contest
Eurovision fever coming to Isleworth pub
EUROVISION fever is coming to Isleworth, with local singer-songwriters challenged to come up with an alternative entry for the UK.
Pet Shop Boys to sing at Hammersmith Appollo
EIGHTIES pop superstars the Pet Shop Boys are to perform a one-off gig at the Hammersmith Apollo in aid of Mencap.
Five of the best: Something for everyone at biggest festival in town
COME face to face with a whole host of fairytale characters as Hillingdon's annual street festival of art, music and dance, BIGfest, returns this Sunday.
Big Interview: Rolf Harris considers a life in art for new exhibition
After 65 years in front of an easel, Rolf Harris has earned the title of Britain's best-loved artist.
The Three Tenors - but with a twist
The Celtic Tenors have carved out a reputation as one of the most successful classical crossover artists to emerge from the Emerald Isle.
Manics play Hammersmith..... Working Men's Club!
The Manic Street Preachers played in Hammersmith last Thursday night.
Aim for fame
A new pop/rock act have their sights set on success, starting with a gig at Barfly in Camden.
BBC Radio 1
Scouting for Girls prepared for follow-up
Local pop trio Scouting For Girls soared straight to the top of the charts with the first single off their new album.
Five of the best: It's your fete in summer to enjoy barbecues and go-karts
FEAST on a delicious barbecue at not one but two school summer fetes taking place on Saturday.
Competition hots up to find the best in musical talent
JACK GRIFFITH spoke to some of the borough's top music talent vying to get a spot in the area finals of Live and Unsigned - a competition in which an artist or band will ultimately win a lucrative recording contract
Five of the Best: Taste of Africa
THE sights and sounds of Africa will form a unique piece of music by the Ealing Choral Society tomorrow (Saturday).
What's on in your area this week of the best
Jennifer Lipman exhibition
Rockness 2010 launches and promises to be the festival's best year yet
Rockness 2010 – dubbed the most beautiful festival in the world - takes place on Friday 11th - Sunday 13th June and returns as a three-day event again after last year's success.
Pigeon Man: 2009 was a good year for idiots
Last year was an interesting one. And as always, at the end of a year, interesting or otherwise, it is time for this column to bestow the prestigious Pigeonman Idiot Of The Year Award.
INTERVIEW Jake Shillingford of My Life Story
They helped kick-start brit-pop, counted Morrissey as one of their biggest fans and played on the main stage at Glastonbury but after three cult albums My Life Story split up.
Florence and the Machine
Florence and the Machine release a cover of You Got the Love this month!
Ruislip brain tumour victim tells of cancer battle
TEENAGER Jay Wheeler was diagnosed with cancer aged 15, two years later he tells Charlene Mitchell about the long road to recovery and his work to help other young people with the disease.
Summer is just a few weeks old but Vagabond frontman Alex Vargas has already crammed in high profile gigs supporting The Script and James Morrison, two slots at Glastonbury and bagged himself a new girlfriend in the shape of Alesha Dixon.