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Local Music News

Over the past week, the programmes that will be headlining the summer schedule commenced and it seems like one of the most popular will be none other than 'Don't Stop Me Now', a reality singing competition in which a number of upcoming artists will be taking to the stage performing each and every week judged by three experts and mentored by one of the most wanted artists in Malta at the moment namely Richard Edwards, the first runner-up at this years' Malta Eurovision Song Contest. The show which is hosted by none other than Eileen Montesin as well as Christine…
One of the aims of our web portal is to bring you the best of local talent within all fronts and one of the rising groups with regards to the scene is none other than the ŻĦN Symphonik Choir which includes a number of distinctive names including former Malta Song for Europe semi-finalist Jean Claude Vancell as well as the lead singer of the band Salt namely Janice Debattista. The upcoming group is currently preparing a concert in aid of charity, one which will be wholeheartedly supporting. In fact, tomorrow will mark a press launch at The Point Shopping Complex…
One of the most anticipated seasons within a year is surely summer especially when it comes to speaking about music in general with a number of events headlining the towns and villages in Malta. It is actually a particular period when people of all types come about together to celebrate their love of art and culture. One of these events is the concert of world renowned Maltese tenor, Joseph Calleja, one which has been taking place on the Granaries in Floriana every year since 2008. This years' concert will definitely follow in the footsteps of the predecessing years noting that…
Sunday, 06 February 2011 15:24

Malta: Jazzin' It Up

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Jazzin’it up is a concert that targets all those jazz music lovers who are in need of some jazzy vibes during the coldest month of winter. This jazz concert, which is being organized in collaboration with the Casino Maltese, will feature Malta’s leading jazz trumpeter Adrian Brincat more known as Ir-Russu together with three other pioneers in the jazz music scene: Mro. Dominic Galea on piano, Joe Bibi Camilleri on percussion and Simon Sammut on bass. And a touch of feminism will be added by the jazzy talented singer Claudette Pace. It will take place on Saturday, 26th February 2011…
This evening proved to be quite a special one for the local music scene with one of the most major showcases being presented to the public sphere within one of the most exclusive hotels in the nation, Portomaso. The impressive setting of the event within the marina proved to be a great backdrop for the spectacle that was set to follow. Hosted by a lovely female presenter along with Deo Grech and Natius Farrugia, the nineteen songs competing for the coveted title of the Summer Hit Song Contest took to the stage. The organisers did their best to organize an…
Wednesday, 20 July 2011 18:41

Malta: Clinton Paul Launches 'Robot'

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This summer seems to be quite the one for new releases with singles and albums galore with regards to the Maltese local music scene and the next artist to continue this trend is none other than Clinton Paul as he releases his brand new track “Robot”. He had also released two tracks named “Rebellion” and "RRR", meaning; “Rebellion Radar Remix” from his debut album “I know who I am now” to be released later on this year. “Robot” was been released just last Saturday, on the 16th of July. One should also note the difference that this particular song has…
It is extremely vital to see the local music industry growing in strength and popularity over the past couple of months and with the support of Bay Radio, the songs are getting quite a hefty amount of airplay showing that talent is indeed existent within the Maltese Islands. An exponent of the various sides of the music industry here in Malta, we strive to promote each side equally and that is why, every week we bring you the latest update to the chart as accounted for during the Saturday afternoon programme with Nathan D, a regular contributor to our features…
Looking at the calender, one would notice that summer is passing by relatively quickly this year yet the television programming is still somewhat extremely fresh on each and every station with music being the predominant subject. The idea of a musical reality television series proved to be quite interesting and with clear success during its first season on Favourite Channel, Eileen Montesin brings her show 'Don't Stop Me Now' to the Public Broadcasting Services hoping that more success will be ultimately achieved. Joined by her daughter in hosting as well as guest judges; Moira Stafrace of 1993, 1994, 1999 Eurovision…
One of the leading bands in the Maltese Islands nowadays is for sure Airport Impressions. After their outstanding performance in front of 5,000 people in Zejtun, a couple of days ago, they were confirmed as the main band at the inauguration of the most modern drag racing arena in Europe. This will be part of the prestigious FIA European Drag Racing championship. The opening ceremony will feature a live and electric concert by Airport Impressions. The Tierp Arena, which is built just 1 hour north of the Swedish capital Stockholm, will be fully booked for this 3-day racing event. Performing…
One of the slogans which many avid Maltese music followers have taken to heart is surely 'Live Life the Bay Way' with the radio station becoming even more popular with each passing day within a number of time-slots. Once, more we are keeping tabs on the local top ten which is presented to the public every Saturday Afternoon by none other than Nathan D. In the latest chart updated announced a couple of days ago, there have been quite a couple of changes especially near the top of the chart. At the helm of the chart for the very first…