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West End Star Maria Kesselman comes to the Isle of Wight.....

Posted on 19 June, 2017 at 7:30


J.A.Entertainments brings you West End Star Maria Kesselman, Featuring Songs from shows, operas and lots lots more.

This Includes Think of me from The Phantom of the Oprea per day! This is your chance to experience the magic of the West end in a Cabaret style setting in the Gurnard Pines Ballroom.


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Album Review: BeX 'Story So Far'

Posted on 16 May, 2017 at 7:05


We review the country singer’s debut album!

BeX is the latest UK born singer to become a star of country music. Born on the Isle of Wight, the rising star is following in the footsteps of fellow Brit’s Ward Thomas, and The Shires by making a name for herself in the usually American...

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BeX Live at BBC Radio Bristol on the Livvy & Chrissie show - July 30th 2016.

Posted on 1 August, 2016 at 9:35


Singer songwriter BeX performed her BBC live debut on the Livvy & Chrissie show at BBC Radio Bristol on Saturday 30th July 2016, with an interesting and fun interview with the BBC presenters, making her BBC debut and performed one of the tracks which will be on the forth coming album first quarter 2017, the track she performed...

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Medallion Vodka - Taste of success...

Posted on 5 December, 2015 at 10:25

 

Welcome to the Medallion Experience

Over the next few weeks PRB are going to introduce to you, this premium high end product from the US. 

Elegance and success are refined qualities that honor time and hard work. Medallion Vodka invites you to indu...

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The Who, Glastonbury, review: 'that's the way to end a festival' For the night, The Who became everyone's favourite rock band, says Neil McCormick!!

Posted on 29 June, 2015 at 9:25

The Who are a band for the big occasion, and it doesn't get much bigger than Glastonbury. There were many rock generations on the Pilton hillside. But every one of them reacted like a blistering take on My Generation was an anthem of their own, leaping up and down roaring the chorus as Roger Daltrey stuttered and Pete Townshend chopped up an electric storm.


• Pete Townshend swears over sound quality at Glastonbury


"Here we are again" were Towns...

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