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Music News

Luke and Rachael Hinton

Watford music promoter has hard work recognised with award nomination

Declan is a teacher at the Watford School of Music

Tapping in to a new style of music

You could be on the bill with Kasabian at V Festival

Win a slot on the line-up of this year's V Festival!

Jay, Mike, Bobby McVay and Cherly are Formerly of Bucks Fizz

Still popping after all these years

Jess Bergman, 20, comes from a very musical family

A future to sing about

Alison Raymond and Kim Olyett are Warp and Weft

Q&A with Warp and Weft

Watford-born composer James Dunlop

Make a choral contribution

Music project is note perfect

Musical youth

Lower Than Atlantis

It's a Slam Dunk for Gallows and Lower Than Atlantis

Bushey Symphony Orchestra

Bushey Symphony Orchestra celebrates 40 years

Music and coffee

Tune in on Saturday at The LP Cafe (PICTURE:15N03136: HOLLY CANT)

Tune in to Record Store Day 2015

Gallows make a welcome come-back to recording and performing new tracks on Desolation Sounds

Gallows humour themselves

Martin Lee Renshaw

Live in the lobby

Lee Ryan, Simon Webbe, Duncan James, Antony Costa

We chat to Antony Costa from Blue

Minnie Birch lives in Hemel and works in Watford Central Library

Femmes fatales of folk music

Watford Philharmonic

Watford Philharmonic celebrates 80 harmonious years

Electric Umbrella in action

The sun shines for Electric Umbrella

The Spitfires

Watford punk pop band The Spitfires talk to Rosy Moorhead ahead of their gig supporting Paul Weller at Watford Colosseum

Phil Plested, Matt Holmes, Grace Ackerman and Phil Leigh

Chasing Grace give us the lowdown on their debut album, Nowhere Near Old Enough

Russian-born Daria lives in Kings Langley

Daria Kulesh launches her debut solo album, Eternal Child, with a special night at the Old Town Hall in Hemel Hempstead

The Staves are very happy that album number two's in the bag

The Staves release their second album, If I Was, recorded at the home of Bon Iver's Justin Vernon

It's been an X-traordinary year for Sam Bailey

It's been an X-traordinary year for Sam Bailey

Tune in on Saturday night to see if Otty makes it through the blind auditions

Watford singer Otty Warmann makes his TV debut this Saturday night on The Voice

Barbara Dickson

It's another suitcase in another town for Barbara Dickson

One to watch: Valens

Watford band Valens are ones to watch in 2015

Martin James Bartlett

BBC Young Musician of the Year comes home to perform

Co-writers Ben Cantelon and NickHerbert

Silent Night Concert to take place in Watford

Jeremy Irons in the group's latest music video

Jeremy Irons stars in EverYoung's video for their new single, Starchaser

KARA is in The Daily Telegraph’s top ten folk albums of the year       Photo by John Maw

Kings Langley band KARA makes The Telegraph's Top 10 folk albums of the year

Q&A with Vinyl Plan

Q&A with Vinyl Plan

Let's see if we can get The Staves back performing in Watford

Staves, please come home!

Watford's Phillip Thomas

A taste of opera

Chantel McGregor

Chantel plays up a storm

Young Pilgrims

North Finchley and all that jazz

Friendly Fires

Happy 40th birthday to The Horn!

Q&A with Paul Jones from The Manfreds

Q&A with Paul Jones from The Manfreds

Cassiobury Park is the scene for a new music video

Cassiobury Park is the scene for a new music video

Shane Filan. Photo by Harry Wad

Shane Filan talks losing his fortune, drifting apart from Westlife and his new solo career

Emily, Camilla, Jessica Staveley-Taylor are The Staves

The Staves find a home away from home

Said the Maiden

See a host of young stars at Folktoberfest

Level 42

Q&A with Mark King from Level 42

Steve Cropper (PHOTO: Alan White Photos)

Steve's last song with Otis Redding

Electric Umbrella needs your help to continue its music project for adults with learning difficulties

Electric Umbrella needs your help to continue its music project for adults with learning difficulties

Minnie Birch

Watford songstress Minnie Birch to support Joan Armatrading on tour

Herts Chorus perform Codebreaker at the Barbican in April

Herts Chorus returns to Barbican with Codebreaker compostition that brought Benedict Cumberbatch to tears

Kiki won't go breaking your heart

Kiki won't go breaking your heart

10cc, with Graham Gouldman centre

Q&A with Graham Gouldman of 10cc

Martin Lee Renshaw

Martin's album rises from the ashes

Jordan performs under the stage name J Vessel

Mill Hill's Jordan is up for a MOBO - and he needs your vote

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