It's been announced that Elton John and his band are to play Kingsholm Stadium in Gloucester next year as part of their European tour.
The concert on Sunday 7 June will be the rock star's first ever performance in Gloucester. It will feature classics from his five-decade-long career.
I am very much looking forward to playing my first show in Gloucester. My drummer, Nigel Olsson, and guitarist, Davey Johnstone, have been with me since 1970 and 1972 respectively and we all have such fond memories of our early shows in the area.
The fans there have always shown a great love for my music and my band and I can't wait to bring our show to Kingsholm Stadium. I promise it will be worth the wait and am sure we will all have a fantastic time.
Gloucester Rugby's Chief Executive says the club couldn't be more excited about the gig.
We have held some successful concerts at the stadium in the past but this really enhances our reputation as a venue for top quality acts and will be part of an exciting year for the club, culminating with hosting four fixtures as part of Rugby World Cup 2015 later in the year.
Tickets go on sale on Friday 28 November at 9am.
Jake Sims from Warmley in South Gloucestershire is in the final five of the X Factor. His band, the eight-strong Stereo Kicks, were voted through without a hitch this weekend after performing Sir Elton John's "Don't Let The Sun Go Down On Me".
Judge Simon Cowell told the band, "You just did it, you did everything right, you look like a proper group."
You can find out how the guys are getting on here.
Tickets go on sale today for next year's Womad in Wiltshire, at last year's prices.
The world music festival at Charlton Park was sold out this time and organisers expect these early-bird tickets to sell fast, even though the line-up hasn't been announced.
40,000 people are expected to turn up to watch more than 100 acts from around the globe.
It will take place from the 23rd to the 26th of July.
The Christmas Day Truce of 1914 is one of the most famous stories of the First World War - when British and German troops put down their weapons, left their trenches, and played football with each other.
In the hands of author Michael Foreman, it was the basis for the award-winning children's book 'War Game'. Now the book has come to the Bristol Old Vic as a stage play. Caron Bell met the author and heard his deeply personal reasons for writing the story.
Hundreds of people, both local and from the world of music have gathered at a church in Somerset to say farewell to jazz legend Acker Bilk.
The clarinet player, who lived in Pensford, was most famous for his hit tune, Stranger on the Shore, but his music career spanned many decades. He died earlier this month at the age of 85.
Today's thanksgiving service at Publow Church included the reading of a poem Acker wrote, reflecting his love of the area he grew up in.
The River, by Acker Bilk
Although not a big river,
T'was endless to me.
We dived in it, swam in it,
Fished it with glee.
We floated log rafts on it,
Watched all the while
By Herons and Kingfishers,
Ducks, single file.
Martins dipping and diving
The Swifts flying free,
Water rats dunking like biscuits in tea.
Reeds full of Moorhens
And a bit further out,
Where the current flowed swifter
Those gold-bellied trout.
The trees on the banks
Were there just to be climbed.
Elbows and knees skinned
But we didn't mind.
A thousand and one things
To see and to do.
A magical place was the old river Chew.
The days of my youth
Not numbered or planned,
I go back to the river whenever I can
Boyband Union J will switch on the Christmas lights at Cribb's Causeway near Bristol tonight.
They will perform a charity concert in aid of Bristol Children's Hospital charity The Grand Appeal.
The Mall have given away 10,000 free tickets in exchange for a £2 suggested donation to the charity. They hope to raise £20,000.
The funeral of West Country jazz musician Acker Bilk will take place in Somerset this afternoon.
Mourners will gather at Publow Church near his home village of Pensford.
The clarinetist died on 3 November at Bath's Royal United Hospital. His wife Jean was by his side. He was best known for his signature tune 'Stranger on the Shore'.
These pictures show a packed Milsom Street in Bath tonight, as the city gets ready for its Christmas Lights switch-on. Bath Rugby team and radio presenter Justin Webb will do the honours.
Ian Anderson, the frontman of legendary classic rock band Jethro Tull, has made an emotional Facebook plea to fans to stop following him after shows and frightening his wife.
The 67-year-old musician, who lives on a 400-acre 18th century estate in Minety, Wiltshire, made his comments on the band's official Facebook page.
"That you may only be a fan seeking autographs, whether for yourself or Mr Ebay is not the issue. My hotel is my sanctuary. You frighten my wife and put me under pressure to react to potential violence.
"Stop and think: if you were on your way home from work, late at night, and you became aware of a car or two following you to your home in the dark, you would get worried and understandably probably lock your car doors and call the cops.
"PLEASE DON’T DO THIS."
The singer, flautist and guitarist, who was awarded an MBE in 2007 for his services to music, also said he had received threats of violence.