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Pete Tong to play return gig in Kent

Pete Tong to play return gig in Kent

DJ Pete Tong is set to play in the county again this summer, after a sell-out gig last year.

Singer John Newman shows his Feelings

Singer John Newman shows his Feelings

Singer John Newman will be chatting about his new single and eating oysters on kmfm.

Get ready for MollyFest 2019

Get ready for MollyFest 2019

Friends and family of a young woman who was killed nearly two years ago are coming together to celebrate what would have been her 25th birthday.

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Ministry of Sound to stage festival takeover

Ministry of Sound to stage festival takeover

World famous clubbing brand Ministry of Sound will stage a takeover at a Kent music festival later this year.

Music festival's bonus day

Music festival's bonus day

Organisers of an annual town centre music festival have added an extra day to fit in more live acts.

Kent Michael Jackson singer storms West End

Kent Michael Jackson singer storms West End

Ben Bowman from the Isle of Sheppey played to a packed house at the London Palladium last night.

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Kent Jacko tribute act in London Palladium debut

Kent Jacko tribute act in London Palladium debut

Ben Bowman hopes his West End debut tonight as Michael Jackson won't be Bad. John Nurden tracks the career of this home-grown entertainer.

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Monster Magnet join music festival line-up

Monster Magnet join music festival line-up

Retro rockers who celebrated their 30th anniversary last year, are the latest headliners to join a music festival line-up for this summer.

Billy Bragg to headline Americana music festival

Billy Bragg to headline Americana music festival

Stoyrteller and political voice Billy Bragg has joined the line-up of a music festival to be held in the Kent countryside.

Soul legend to play Kent gig

Soul legend to play Kent gig

A legend of soul music will play the final night of a Kent festival.

Review: Ka Hula Festival, Sittingbourne

Review: Ka Hula Festival, Sittingbourne

Who'd organise a Hawaiian music festival in March? The Chaucers did with their mates Cakehole and Marylebone Jelly. John Nurden checked it out...

Craig David joins Kent festival line-up

Craig David joins Kent festival line-up

R&B star Craig David will play a headline set at a music festival in Kent this summer.

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A match made in music

A match made in music

Award-winning folk act and husband and wife duo Kathryn Roberts and Sean Lakeman will play in Kent this weekend.

UB40 band member pulls out of tour as Kent dates approach

UB40 band member pulls out of tour as Kent dates approach

UB40 band member Brian Travers has been forced pull out of the group’s 2019 tour due to come to Kent this week.

Marking 30 years of performing - and pizza

Marking 30 years of performing - and pizza

Stars are lining up to perform a series of gigs in the lead-up to the 30th anniversary weekend of a live music venue inside Pizza Express.

West End Jerseys get standing ovation

West End Jerseys get standing ovation

Frankie Vali and the Four Seasons tribute act goes down a storm with Kent audience. But festival promoter warns more support is needed.

Classical concert soloist's "extra special" dilemma

Classical concert soloist's "extra special" dilemma

There could be extra sparkles at this year's Leeds Castle Classical Concert, Wicked star and soloist Louise Dearman has revealed.

Rockers Airbourne join Ramblin' Man line-up

Rockers Airbourne join Ramblin' Man line-up

Australian hard rockers Airbourne have been added to the line-up for a summer music festival.

Olly Murs talks to kmfm Breakfast

Olly Murs talks to kmfm Breakfast

Singer Olly Murs has been talking about his new single, Feel the Same, on kmfm Breakfast, fresh from its release.

An evening of Dire Straits

An evening of Dire Straits

Dire Straits fans can enjoy an evening of music and memories with one of the band's founders.

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