Carole King Tapestry: Live In Hyde Park WHEN Carole King performed her iconic album Tapestry in its entirety for the first time at British Summer Time Festival last year, it was a triumphant trip down memory lane.
HOW many times have I already reminded you all about the imminent Malojian album launch at The Portico of Ards in Portaferry ? I've lost count to be honest (I think it's at least three), but since the show in question is now actually upon us, let's consider this your final refresher: tomorrow night, Stevie Scullion and band will herald the arrival of the latest Malojian long player Let Your Weirdness Carry You Home with this special intimate gig on the Ards peninsula, complete with Digital Film Archive-derived visuals courtesy of regular Malojian collaborator Colm Laverty.
LONDON indie rockers Wolf Alice are eager to let everyone hear the highly anticipated follow-up to their acclaimed 2015 debut album My Love Is Cool – but fans have another few weeks to wait yet until the quartet's magnum opus is finally unleashed.
UNLESS you're reading this before 10am, don't worry about trying to get a ticket for Oasis man Liam Gallagher's imminent Belfast gig. Even though it has just been upgraded from The Ulster Hall to the SSE Arena, they'll probably already be long gone to early birds, hardcore fans and committed touts