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In the words of Oasis, it felt like standing in the shadow of giants. But I felt that the words of Bjorge Lillelien, a Norwegian football commentator, would provide a better monologue for last week’s Fez farewell.
BERKSHIRE band The Hoosiers, who featured prominently on these pages in 2007 – and equally prominently on EA Sports’ Fifa 08 soundtrack – have been nominated for a Brit.
After eight years of wonderful service, The Fez Club is well into its last week of existence.
Bristol based post-jazz rockers The Blessing will perform at Bracknell’s South Hill Park Cellar Bar on Sunday, February 2.
Dust off those old denim jackets and tune up those air guitars; the Purple are in town.
So, what next for Reading, following the closure of the town’s best-loved touring venue?
The future of Reading's music scene was thrown into doubt this week with the news that The Fez Club is set to close.
The cleverly-titled Scouting For Girls will perform at The Hexagon on April 1, as part of their forthcoming UK tour.
The band announced over Christmas that guitarist and founder member Henry Harding was leaving the band to pursue other interests, ensuring a change of direction for The Colours in 2008.
The last time James Blunt played live in Reading, he couldn’t have been happier.