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The Shepherd Group are to perform at a special charity concert at York Barbican Theatre on Sunday 3rd March.

After completing its full line-up the Poulton-le-Fylde Band has staged their annual awards night dinner.

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James Morrison To headline 40th Brass in Concert Festival

The Organisers of the Brass in Concert Festival have announced that James Morrison - the ‘Wizard of Oz’ - will perform as guest soloist with Black Dyke (Professor Nicholas Childs) in the World of Brass Gala Concert, the ‘curtain-raiser’ for the 40th annual Brass in Concert Championship at Sage Gateshead in November.

Announcing the news on behalf of the Brass in Concert management team,John Woods told A4B: “The appearance of the virtuosi multi-instrumentalist James Morrison along with the current European Champion band promises the finest World of Brass in Concert ever and we expect demand for tickets to be extremely high. Having last seen James Morrison at British Bandsman’s 125th Anniversary Concert at Symphony Hall, Birmingham in 2012, we know this will be a concert not to be missed, as the combination of Black Dyke Band and James Morrison really does take brass entertainment and virtuosity to its limits!”