We’d like to welcome the following artists who’ve joined our roster recently:
- Gwenno – represented by Liam Keightley
- Joe Jackson – represented by Mike Dewdney
- Alice Phoebe Lou – represented by Steve Zapp
- New Motion – represented by Liam Keightley
- Nugent & Belle – represented by Diana Pereira
- Residual Kid – represented by Steve Zapp
- Sea of Bees – represented by Emma Hogan
- Secret Company – represented by Steve Zapp
- Sleep – represented by Steve Zapp
- Slydigs – represented by Steve Zapp
For their forthcoming tour dates keep an eye on our website tour calendar.
The Ivors honour excellence in British music writing. They are judged and presented by the writing community and for over 50 years have been given annually to outstanding songwriters and composers in recognition of their contribution to British music.
Watch him play ‘The Night We Called It a Day’ here, from his his recent UK No.1 album of Frank Sinatra covers ‘Shadows In The Night’. Speaking to the crowd, Letterman revealed he told his son that there were two truths in life: always be nice to people, and that Bob Dylan was the greatest songwriter of modern times.
The band last topped the chart in July 2013, when second album ‘Babel’ returned to Number 1 for the third time after nine months on release.
This summer they’ll be performing headline shows, festivals and Gentlemen of the Road Stopovers throughout Europe and the UK, including Belgium’s Werchter Festival and headline slots at Reading and Leeds Festivals in August. All dates and ticket info here.
The Kerrang! Magazine Award nominations are out and ITB’s artists have bagged four nominations. The nominees are:
- Best Event – Pop Punk’s Not Dead Tour (New Found Glory)
- Best Video – Lonely The Brave for ‘The Blue, The Green’
- Best International Newcomer – Nothing More
- Tweeter of the Year – Mark Hoppus (@markhoppus Blink-182)
The Who made their first and only Glastonbury headline appearance in 2007, when they also closed the festival. The band said they would take the audience on an “amazing journey” through The Who’s back catalogue, including classic albums such as Who’s Next, Tommy, Quadrophenia and My Generation. “It’s great to be ending this part of a 50-year career at the most prestigious and respected music festival in the world,” said Roger Daltrey.
The band continue their world tour celebrating their 50th anniversary; tour dates include British Summer Time Festival at London’s Hyde Park on the 26th of June. Their Paris and Amsterdam dates have been rescheduled. See all The Who tour dates here.
Festival information is available at: www.glastonburyfestivals.co.uk