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16:36, 1 OCT 2013
Harrow pop star leads bike fines campaign
A motorbike-mad Harrow musician is using the know-how he learnt playing with his hit 80s band to launch a pop protest song against parking fees.
And all that jazz...
Amy Winehouse is a former member and their skills are in demand at festivals across the world, but who are the National Youth Jazz Orchestra?
Farewell to the Astoria
For those who've squeezed their way to the bar, or bruised their ribs on the front barrier, it was a day they hoped would never come.
Duncan James returns, but not for long
Celebrities perched in corners as women in their forties sat on the edge of their seats waiting for Duncan James's return to the stage.
What A Year!
Helen Clarke takes us on a musical journey, back through time to rediscover the best live shows, albums and singles of 2008.
REVIEW Duffy @ Brixton Academy
Duffy rounds off her debut year in style...
REVIEW Thea Gilmore @ The Luminaire
At 28 years old, indie folkster Thea Gilmore is already an eight album veteran.
REVIEW Polly Scattergood @ Luminaire
Pop's gloomy little princess proves she's far from a stage school brat
Alicia is Brentford's UK Idol hope
This Brentford diva is only a few steps away from becoming a music superstar as she launches a bid to be crowned UK's Idol 2008.
The Chicago Blues Brothers are back at the Beck Theatre with a bang on September 26.
Stanmore pensioner reveals TV dream
Entertainer Johnny Franks is hoping to land a TV series at the age of 82 after making a puppet show spoof of The X Factor.
NEW RELEASES Friendly Fires, Little Jackie, Duffy
Helen Clarke reviews the latest releases
It's the chance of a better life for my kids
A Stanmore mother of five is one step closer to super-stardom, having got through to the second round of The X-Factor.
Chiswick sweeper's brush with stardom
The pavement is his stage, his shadow his teacher and Chiswick shoppers his audience as Ziggy Dust struts his stuff.
En 'root' for success
A Hillingdon band triumphed in a national radio competition and will now support some big names on the UK music scene this summer.