The Little Mix singers are up for two BRIT Awards and they have thanked North East fans for supporting them this far.
Jade Thirlwall and Perrie Edwards are from South Shields and are very vocal when it comes to their appreciation of home support.
Black Magic is up for Best British Video and Best Single.
Multi-platinum, recording artist Bryan Adams has announced a Newcastle date for ‘The Get Up Tour’.
The 10-date arena tour will make a stop at the Metro Radio Arena on Friday 13th May 2016.
Music fans can celebrate after confirmation that Sophie Ellis-Bextor and The Feeling will both perform in a free concert at South Shields.Read the full story ›
Samantha Durnan is a Teesside singer who is leaving life as a supermarket worker behind after storming online success changed her life.Read the full story ›
A Newcastle based rock band has had a taste of the big time after winning a North East competition.
The Heavy Jets, who are a brit pop rock act, reached the final of the SoundWave Music Competition at the O2 Academy in Newcastle. The band successfully saw off competition from hundreds of acts.
The band is made up of Rhys Breen, Liam O’Brien, Matt Johnson and Scott McCall. They have been together since 2011 and the judges compared them to the likes of The Black Keys and Oasis.
They won recording time, radio airplay, and more.
"It was a cracking night, we were up against some great competition too so it makes it all the more rewarding to have won. "Thanks to everyone who voted for us or came along on the night, there couldn't have been a better atmosphere."
Olly Murs will perform a second night in Newcastle on his UK tour. Newcastle's Metro Radio Arena said there had been 'incredible demand' for the first date, 18th April 2015. The second date will be the following night, 19th April.
The pop singer has three multi-platinum selling albums and four number one singles to his name so far.
An up-and-coming swing singer from Newcastle is thrilled he is to be in a show featuring Hebburn actors Jason Cook and Steffen Peddie.Read the full story ›
Cheryl's single I Don't Care has gone straight to the top of the UK chart, making her the first British female to have five solo number ones.
The singer from Newcastle, who is also a judge on the X Factor, also had another four number one singles with her group Girls Aloud.
With her latest hit, she has overtaken Geri Halliwell and Rita Ora, who have four number ones each.
However, she has a long way to go to beat the best international female, Madonna, who has thirteen UK number ones, Rihanna who has seven and Kylie Minogue, who has eight.
Rixton stopped by the North East on their radio tour to promote Let The Road. They spoke to Rachel Sweeney about their music-scene takeover.Read the full story ›
After disappointment when the original date was cancelled, a new date has been announced for the T'Pau Pleasure and Pain Tour'.
The Pullman Hotel at Seaburn was due to host the first night of the tour earlier this month, but the gig had to be cancelled following the death of lead singer Carol Decker’s mother.
The group will new head to Sunderland on February 12.
“We were really sorry when the tour had to cancelled but we’re delighted that T’Pau will be back with us early next year.”
Anyone who has bought tickets and requires a refund should contact The Pullman.