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Chloe, 11, helps get popstar Adele to sing on charity CD

A schoolgirl from Stamford who helped get megastar Adele on board with a charity album is now hoping to raise £10,000 for the same cause by releasing her own EP.

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Festivals return to Meadows

Both the Stamford Food and Drink Festival and Stamford Music Festival will return to the town’s Meadows this summer – following their successful debuts in 2016.

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Emily Saunders at Peterborough Jazz Club

Peterborough Jazz Club welcomes the Emily Saunders Band to The Great Northern Hotel on Sunday for its Christmas concert.

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Band of the Corps of Royal Engineers to perform at Stamford School

Band of the Corps of Royal Engineers to perform at Stamford School

One of the country’s top military bands will visit Stamford next week.

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Engaging, entertaining and enormously talented folk-rock singer-guitarist Flossie Malavialle who has given up full-time teaching of both French and English to become a prolific touring and recording artist, having released 12 albums  between 2002 and 2016.

CONCERT REVIEW: Why on earth is this ‘La Vie En Rose’ not a global star?

Flossie Malavialle, ‘If I Have To Go’ Tour, Rippingale Village Hall

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Tickets selling fast for French singer’s Rippingale show

Tickets selling fast for French singer’s Rippingale show

A French singer and guitarist who’s making an international impact will be reappearing at Rippingale Village Hall next week.

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Teenager secures big-name acts including Vernon Kay, B.O.B and Scouting For Girls for huge charity concert he is organising

There’s now less than a month until a huge charity concert with big-name acts takes place – and teenage organiser James Ellis is working around the clock to make it a hit.

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Listening to loud music on personal devices could be leading to an epidemic of deafness among young people, a study shows.

Headphones causing hidden hearing loss ‘epidemic’

Listening to loud music on personal devices could be leading to an epidemic of deafness among young people, a study shows.

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Rising star Izzy Bizu goes back to Stamford High School for gig

Rising music star Izzy Bizu will go back to school for a one-off concert organised by Rutland Radio.

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BREAKING NEWS: Elton John to play the ABAX Stadium

Superstar Elton John will play a concert at Peterborough United’s ABAX Stadium next summer.

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Showcase your talents at Stamford’s Voodoo Lounge Introducing events

Jenny Eva performing at the Voodoo Lounge in Stamford Photo: David Lowndes

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The Cheeky Girls scooped the number two spot - their highest chart appearance for some time. Shutterstock

REVEALED- Top 50 worst albums EVER

Mr Blobby has beaten Justin Bieber to the unwanted title of ‘worst album of all time’.

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The timeless music of David Bowie

Hear the songs and experience the theatre through the performance of Paul Henderson and Aladdinsane, widely acclaimed as the best Bowie tribute in the UK.

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An evening of entertainment at Stamford Arts Centre

On Saturday, next week the beautiful Ballroom at Stamford Arts Centre will play host to an evening of entertainment, all in aid of charity.

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Mowbeck drummer dreams of stardom after Reading and Leeds Festival performances

Bourne drummer Finn Mclean has spoken of his excitement at playing in front of thousands of music fans at the world-famous Reading and Leeds Festival.

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Tales from the Tulgey Wood is the third album recorded by Pennyless.

ALBUM REVIEW: Ten tracks that define a band and a revolution in the folk genre

Tales from the Tulgey Wood by Pennyless, Pennyless Music

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Pennyless are (clockwise from back left) Penny Stevens, Les Woods, Colin Benton and Graham Dale.  Photo by Peter Knight.

ALBUM REVIEW: When the hardest part is keeping your standards high

Hanging Moon by Pennyless, Rowdy Farrago Records, Out Now

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Drummer is ready to rock at Reading and Leeds Festivals

A drummer from Bourne is busy preparing for the biggest gigs of his life at the hugely popular Reading and Leeds Festivals.

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REAL WORLD: Pennyless are (from back left) Penny Stevens, Les Woods, (front) Graham Dale and Colin Benton.  Photo by Peter Knight.

Troubadours of our time from the home of Bourne Eau

Five albums in the space of six years is some going for four-piece folk-rock-blues band Pennyless.

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Vinyl sales driven by midlifers - not hipsters

Vinyl sales driven by midlifers - not hipsters

Vinyl has had something of a resurgence in recent years and it is thought that annual sales could surpass the three million mark in the UK for the first time in decades.

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