Phoenix Festival could be relaunched next year, according to its creator Vince Power.
Monogrammed brass mic stand or not, Van Morrison is still the cantankerous old so-and-so he's always been.
As a day that defined the phrase so favoured by British weathermen - 'sunshine and showers' - drew to a close, the pink faces of thousands of Ireland's music-loving sons and daughters were all looking in just one direction.
@Emma1hartley tweeted about Jimmy Cliff after his London Feis set: '[he] reckons we should stop the war in Syria, Libya and Jerusalem *what* is he on about?'
Mike Scott is The Waterboys. With a line up that has changed more times over the years than most people swap socks, you have to wonder if by the end of their London Feis set the same guys will still there who started. After all, 45 minutes is a long time in folk rock'n'roll.
Everyone loves a car crash, especially in slow motion. Hollywood directors have been coining it in on that understanding for decades.
Students hoping for beach weather might want to leave the flip-flops at the front door when they head off to Pembrey Country Park for Beach Break Live 2011.
Jimmy Cliff and Thin Lizzy are amongst the latest acts confirmed for London Feis Festival 2011, organisers have announced.
Plus new acts announced for the celebration of Irish music in central London.
Vince Power, the organiser behind Hop Farm Festival, is set to launch a new event in London this year.