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They didn't rehearse. They didn't need to
The tour guide leads his audience on a merry dance
Music, art, books, theatre, dance, heritage, sport and much more besides
It's all a bit Spinal Tap, but what did you expect?
The radio presenter on discovering Amy Winehouse, busking with Brian Kennedy and getting the name right
The first live performance of 'Stairway to Heaven' took place in Belfast
Belfast boys return home - and not a slinky acoustic chord in sight
Prolific Belfast-born contemporary composer returns to Queen's with ambitious new work
The Joe Strummer Foundation for New Music supports Oh Yeah centre in creating new songwriting and rehearsal space
Acclaimed DJ battles with the lure of the Black Box's seats
After sell-out Belfast gig US psych-rockers talk about finding success, their diverse influences and the streets of Baltimore
Winner of the O2 Undiscovered award on leaving medicine for a career in music. Click Play Audio to listen to current single, 'Dream Satellite'
The County Down rockers tackle Everyday Demons and the Ulster Hall in December
New website brings the best in local music talent
Belfast rockers return with no fear of growing old. Click Play Audio for a podcast interview
Lead singer with The Ataris goes acoustic for solo European tour
Belfast's most famous punks celebrate the new Ulster Hall in style
Lead singer Cormac Fee talks roller discos and wall murals ahead of the Tyrone band's debut single. Click Play Audio to listen to 'I Burnt the Roller Disco'
Who said music and books don't mix?
Tim Wheeler, Neil Hannon and Duke Special on writing and playing songs. Click Play Audio for a podcast
An £8m facelift, a reacquaintance with those acoustics, and a new work from Brian Irvine - the Grand Dame returns
Glaswegian indie rockers back to their best
Ulster Orchestra triumphantly reprises late works by Strauss and Beethoven.
Legendary singer, songwriter and composer discusses his craft, Eurovision and Elvis at Queen's. Click Play Audio to hear a full podcast recording.
Oh Yeah calls on music lovers to clean out their attics
The queen of the traditional scene helps the Black Box to find its feet
The quiet man of Irish folk music. Click Play Audio to listen to 'The Homes of Donegal'
The boyband revival fad continues as US five-piece hit Belfast
Nick Drake's producer leaves audiences in awe of his musical life
Belfast hosts ground-breaking ‘unconference’ for musicians and music industry professionals
Over one million hits on YouTube drum up global interest in Queen's University student
Great prizes on offer for festival lovers. Click Play Audio to listen to festival organisers and promoters.
Queen tribute act joined by the Ulster Orchestra
Detailed history of Derry's musical heritage from Guildhall Press. Read three full chapters below
Read the full chapter from Guildhall Presses City of Music: Derry's Music Heritage
Read the full chapter from City of Music: Derry's Music Heritage
The Scottish three-piece attract new followers at Belfast's Mandella Hall
Francis McPeake School of Music may have to close after 30 years
Live score of classic fairytale has Graeme Stewart feeling young again
New Year's Eve concert line-up revealed for Belfast City Hall
David Brophy conducts a night of classics at Queen's University's Whitla Hall
Belfast's answer to Radiohead on why giving away music is the way forward. Click Play Audio to listen to 'Laid Open'
Icy cool electronics fail to inject life into Belfast's Stiff Kitten
Northern Ireland's rich musical heritage on show
We catch up with Derry rockers taking on the world - and winning
Australian pub rockers aren't ashamed to admit it - they're old school rock, like it or not
Irish poet and songwriter celebrated in travelling tour and exhibition. Click Play Audio for a podcast from a recent performance of My Gentle Harp
Glasgow's finest bring the house down at St George's Market
Seattle indie stalwarts fail to light up St George's Market
Newcastle born Kerrang! editor has seen the changes in music journalism
American indie rockers look back to the future in Belfast's Limelight
From the King's Head to the Opera House, it's been quite a journey for the hobo bluesman
An enchanting evening at the Opera House brings the Belfast Festival to a close
The veteran Belfast singer-songwriter has sadly passed away at age 54, following a battle with pancreatic and bowel cancer
Debussy's impressionist opera charms at Queen's University
Talented classicial musicians shine at the Belfast Festival at Queen's
The singer/songwriter talks about his influences and plays a track from his new album, Three Feet From Gold. Click Play Audio to listen
From the Dog Shed to the Opera House, AU speaks to music’s best loved hobo song-and-dance man
Italian maestro opens the Belfast Festival at Queen's with a bang