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Robert Plant performs on Later… with Jools Holland

Posted on October 29th, 2014 in News, Recent posts by .


Photography by Ed Miles 

Watch Robert Plant and the Sensational Space Shifters perform on BBC2’s Later… with Jools Holland 

Kicking off the show with ‘Little Maggie’, the opening track from new solo album Lullaby and… The Ceaseless Roar, Robert Plant was joined by Justin Adams and ritti player Juldeh Camara.

Already a firm favourite with the Songlines staff, Lullaby and… The Ceaseless Roar will be reviewed in the next issue (January/February 2015, #105), on sale December 5.

The show finished with hypnotic driving blues of ‘Turn It Up’.

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Songlines Music Awards 2013 Winners’ Concert Highlights

Posted on January 29th, 2014 in News, Recent posts by .


On December 13 the second annual Songlines Music Awards Winners’ Concert took place at London’s Barbican Centre. All four winners – Angélique Kidjo, Lo’Jo, Dub Colossus Dub Band and Mokoomba – took to the stage in what was yet another memorable night in the Songlines calendar.

Watch highlights from the evening below, including awards presentations from special guests Justin Adams, Shingai Shoniwa (the Noisettes), DJ Nihal and the ambassador of Ethiopia to the UK, His Excellency Berhanu Kebede.

To see a selection of photos from the evening head over to our Facebook page.

There are only TWO days left to vote for your favourite artists in the Songlines Music Awards 2014. Click here to make yours count!

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BT River of Music Africa Stage tickets are still available

Posted on June 28th, 2012 in News, Recent posts by .

Photo of Angélique Kidjo by Jed Root

There is still time to book your tickets for the  BT River of Music Africa Stage at the London Pleasure Gardens, Docklands, July 21-22.

The stage will feature iconic African artists including Angélique Kidjo, Baaba Maal, and Staff Benda Bilili. Also to perform over the course of the weekend are Justin Adams and The Invisible Republic of JuJu, King Sunny Ade, Seckou Keita, the Bantamba Syndicate, Krar Collective, Muntu Valdo and the Noisettes. 

Tickets are free, though there is a small booking fee of £3. Tickets for the Americas, Asia, Africa and Oceania stages have already been released. For more details on the line-up or how to book your ticket, please visit the BT River of Music website:



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