Margaret Glaspy plays a mean guitar. The brash, brave spirit of New York.
A sparky optimistic night from the young American with important stories to tell.
A pixel perfect, terrifically catchy, night of hopeful melancholia.
Childhood insignificance under stars' ancestral stillness, stories from the past in their own right.
Weaving a happy song in everyone's heart.
All killer (and covers) no filler.
The search for the immaculate pop song hits the road.
Progressive Scandinavian fairy tales torment an urban British landscape.
A jovial night for "the chosen few".
There's more than a touch of genius about Mike Hadreas's Birmingham show.
Total and utter destruction awaits.
Marina bounces back bigger and better as she celebrates the success of album no. 2
Just how Special is Sir Duke upon his return to Glee?
Gangly-limbed, smiley man dances about a bit. The songs are good, too.
No holy riot here, but Kate's still good fun. Luke McNaney reviews.