Photo: The Damned. "The Big Stooshie, Scotland's Charity Music Festival" is taking place at The Howe Country Centre, Giffordtown (near Ladybank), Fife on 4th, 5th & 6th May 2012 and will feature live performances from up to 50 live acts including The Damned, from The Jam, The Boomtown Rats and many more.
The Black Eyed Peas stream concert for charity tonight!
Tune in to watch the Black Eyed Peas rock Central Park live on June 9, during The Black Eyed Peas and Friends Concert 4 NYC. Black Eyed Peas will be live streaming their concert at 7:35pm EST to benefit the Robin Hood Foundation which fights poverty in New York City.
Introducing J786 - America's first virtual solo artist.
Like France's popular electronic duo Daft Punk, J786, America's first virtual solo artist, will only be seen in public in his robotic disguise. His debut single "Rock Tonight" has already hit #4 on Billboard's Dance Club Chart and will be hitting pop radio next month. J786 is donating all proceeds from his music to free medical clinics across America.
Now in its 18th year, Race for Life is the UK's largest women-only fundraising event, with 300 events taking place from April until the end of July. Women of all ages and fitness levels across the UK come together at these inspiring events to simply walk, jog or run 5k to raise money to help beat cancer.
And this year girls across the UK will be able to get fit, get motivated, raise extra money and feel good as they run to the Race for Life Official Soundtrack 2011.
Platinum-selling New Zealander Brooke Fraser has announced the UK release of her new single "Betty" on July 11, 2011 which will be followed by a headline UK Tour this autumn.
The single's the second track to be taken from her critically-acclaimed debut UK album, Flags (out now) and follows on from her debut single "Something in The Water", which was simultaneously A-listed at Radio 2, alongside the selection of Flags as the station's Album of The Week.
Alicia Keys and Mark Ronson to host The Black Ball London 2011 featuring Tinie Tempah!
Keep a Child Alive announces Black Ball London at The Roundhouse on June 15th.
EMI Artists unite for Japan; Charity eBay auction featuring some of the world's biggest stars.
Artists and songwriters from across the EMI family are raising funds to help the Red Cross support people affected by last month's earthquake and tsunami in Japan, through an incredible worldwide auction of personal items and memorabilia.
Seasick Steve will headline this year's Streets of London Concert for Homelessness, at London's Camden Electric Ballroom on Thursday 26th May.
Prior to appearances at several major festivals this summer, fans will have the chance to see Steve performing his foot-stomping Delta blues up close and personal at this one-off, intimate club show.
Multi-Platinum rock band Switchfoot received its first GRAMMY award, with Hello Hurricane, its seventh studio album, winning the Best Rock or Rap Gospel Album.
Switchfoot is (l-r): Jerome Fontamillas (keyboards/guitar), Drew Shirley (guitar), Jon Foreman (vocals/guitar), Chad Butler (drums), and Tim Foreman (bass). Photo Credit: AP Photo/Chris Pizzello.
Alternative rock band, The Blue Pages, have released their new 5-song EP, Anthropology on Bandcamp.
Fans will be able to download the full album by naming their price, with 50% of the album proceeds going towards providing quality music education to children in disadvantaged, inner-city schools through the charity Education Through Music.