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Black Stone Cherry Release Cover Of ‘Born Under A Bad Sign’

Kentucky rockers Black Stone Cherry have released another track from their upcoming blues covers EP, ‘Black to Blues’ which is out on Mascot Records/Mascot Label Group on 29th September. Their version of Albert Kings’Born Under A Bad Sign’ is available to stream here Speaking about why they decided to pick this track as one for the EP, bassist Jon Lawhon said “We wanted to do that song because Cream did… Keep Reading

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Creamfields: BBC Music Introducing Launches First Dedicated Dance

BBC Music Introducing will be launching at Creamfields 2017, it’s first ever dedicated electronic stage, welcoming a selection of specially curated under-the-radar electronic artists from around the UK. We’re proud to welcome to Creamfields this year BBC Music Introducing, who will be hosting a stage at the festival for the first time. BBC Music Introducing have nurtured the careers of some of the world’s biggest artists including James Bay, Florence… Keep Reading

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Creamfields Presents ‘Steel Yard London’

Full Line Up Announced for Sunday 28th May 2017 – Bank Holiday Weekend at Victoria Park – London With festival season just around the corner Steel Yard London, one of the UK’s newest events on the festival landscape has revealed its full line up for Sunday 28th May Bank Holiday Weekend. For tickets info click here Joining previously announced headliners Axwell & Ingrosso will be Don Diablo, Martin Solveig, Third Party… Keep Reading

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Fronted by Eric Clapton, Cream was the prototypical power trio, playing a mix of blues, rock and psychedelia while focusing on chunky riffs and fiery guitar solos. In a mere three years, the band sold 15 million records, played to SRO crowds throughout the U.S. and Europe, and redefined the instrumentalist’s role in rock. Cream formed in mid-1966 when drummer Ginger Baker left Graham Bond’s Organisation, bassist Jack Bruce (formerly… Keep Reading

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Cream 3 Album Give Away

Our friends over at Cream has sent us some christmas goodies to give away to our readers These three albums consist of over 160 quality tunes that have been filling the dance floors all over the globe Flick of the Finger have been working closely with our friends over at Cream and as a thank you to our readers they have given us 3 albums (8 CD’s) to give to one… Keep Reading

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Cream Fields 2016: The Full Line up

Following its 7th consecutive sell-out last year, the UK’s No.1 dance festival Creamfields returns this summer and with a 4th day added has officially become the world’s biggest electronic music festival! The multi award winning Creamfields is undoubtedly a rite of passage for any electronic music fan or artist, with over 70,000 fans flocking from around the world every August Bank Holiday to witness performances from some of the biggest… Keep Reading

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IBIZA: Cream’s Final Line Up Announced

The award winning Cream is preparing for another momentous summer season as it returns to Amnesia to take over Thursday nights on the white isle for fifteen parties starting 9th June through to 15th September, featuring an array of world class talent, debut performances and legendary residents. As the longest running UK club brand on the island which celebrates its 21 year residency at Amnesia this year, the global dance… Keep Reading

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Cream Classics with Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra

O2 Academy Brixton Presents Cream Classics with Live Philharmonic Orchestra Saturday 10th September 2016 Following Cream’s spine tingling sell out shows at Liverpool Cathedral back in April which saw the global dance brand collaborate with the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra for an unforgettable performance of dance classics, we are pleased to announce its return as they bring Cream Classics to the capital on Saturday 10th September, taking over one of London’s most… Keep Reading

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On This Day | 8th March…

Image Credit: © Markus Werner. Gaz Coombes 1965, David Bowie made his TV debut with The Manish Boys on a UK program called ‘Gadzooks! It’s All Happening’ when they performed their current single ‘I Pity The Fool.’ 1965, Bob Dylan’s single Subterranean Homesick Blues was released in the US. The lead track from his Bringing It All Back Home album, gave Dylan his first top 40 hit. Subterranean Homesick Blues is… Keep Reading

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