Thursday, 30 August 2012

Stereophonics guitarist Richard to open show!!

A charity show will be opened by Stereophonics guitarist,which had to be postponed in June due to the bad weather.

The rescheduled show will be officially commence by the Stereophonics band member which will run from 11am-4pm.

Hearing Dogs for Deaf People has announced a new date for its annual summer extravaganza on September 16. 

Michele Jennings, chief executive of Hearing Dogs for Deaf People, said: "Since we were launched 30 years ago, the Charity has relied on the generosity of the public to fund our work.

"We are non-government funded and make a lifetime commitment to each of our recipients, so the public’s ongoing support at events such as the Late Summer Show really is vital to our continued work."

Sunday, 29 July 2012

Stereophonics drummer leaves band

The departure of Stereophonics drummer Javier Weyler has been confirmed.

He played drumkit for the Stereophonics for around 8 years having joined up officially in 2004 following the departure of Stuart Cable.

“We wish Javier every success going forward in his new creative endeavours and personal life,” the group have said in a statement. “Filling in temporarily for Javier on these next shows will be our friend Sam.”

Stereophonics are due to perform concert in London’s Hyde Park which will go ahead in conjunction with the 2012 Olympics’ opening ceremony. Also appearing on the bill are Duran Duran, Paolo Nutini and Snow Patrol.

Wednesday, 18 July 2012

Stereophonics to release album in two set

Stereophonics decided to release their album in two part, and a film written by Kelly Jones is also on the way.

The first album is expected to release in forthcoming October while other one will be releasing around 18 months later.They will follow the band's eighth studio effort, 2009's 'Keep Calm And Carry On'.

Frontman Kelly Jones told The Daily Star: "Last year was the first time in 14 years that we didn’t tour, and it's meant the new records don't sound like anything we’ve done before." He added:

We've had time to just go into our own studio and mess about, and it’s resulted in a bigger sounding style, very grand and filmic.

The albums could also feature collaborations with Tinie Tempah and Labrinth, according to Jones: "I've been talking to Tinie about doing something together. We're up for it - it's just finding the time that's been a problem. Labrinth is a properly talented guy too. He's been saying he wants to work with me, and I'd love to."

Jones will also release a film to coincide with the release of the second album. "It’s about two kids from a small town who run away and end up in the middle of Europe," he said. "After that, it all goes a bit… well, you’ll have to wait for the film."


Wednesday, 5 October 2011

Stereophonics's Kelly Jones seemed every bit as George Harrison: Living In The Material World

Stereophonics frontman Kelly Jones rockstar seemed every bit as George Harrison: Living In The Material World debut in London with glamorous girlfriend Jakki Healy .

Tinie Tempah tickets online

For the red carpet event at London’s British Film Institute he donned scruffy black jeans and brown scuffed boots

He is also a flower "dust" with the words printed on a black T-shirt wearing.

His a trick with the exception of a single button black leather blazer jacket in favor of the traditional left.

A former MTV exec - his stunning girlfriend turned up in her figure hugging dress, chunky brown belt and patent leather boots.

Monday, 26 September 2011

Stereophonics new next album are delay because they held on Olympic

Stereophonics new next album are delay because they held on Olympics.

Leeds Festival tickets online

It's not like they're glued to the 100-meter final, but because it highlights the danger of the music I used to run.

Kelly Jones, 37, and co are is currently receale at his the eighth album by next autumn, waiting for him to continue working on the project.

With a straight face, bass player Richard Jones, 37, told me: “We don’t want to rush it and then it be attached to the Games.

“A lot of people are going to be cashing in, and we don’t want to do that. We want to have it as its own entity.”

Sunday, 10 July 2011

Stereophonics reveal have completed their new album

Stereophonics rockers Welsh on stage to given answer fans that they have completed their new album.

Summertime Ball

Writing and recording on the road with little activity after a year, Stereophonics music scene with their eighth studio album is expected to fire straight back.

The band's first release since 2009's ‘Keep Calm and Carry On’ former drummer Chris and his death will be the first. And with most rock albums, a full tour looks likely to follow.

A source at yesterday’s gig in Oxford told Stereoboard: “The (Stereo)phonics put on a strong, energetic performance and were really enjoying themselves on stage. Then Kelly the singer started talking about the new album being done and said they would be putting on a huge tour to go with it. I can’t wait to see them again!”

Wednesday, 22 June 2011

Stereophonics have revealed to perform summer charity House Festival

Stereophonics have revealed are confirmed to present at this summer charity House Festival in support of Oxfam on Thursday 7th July.

Stereophonics Tickets are sold for the show, (long before the band knew that they would be playing!), Although we have some tickets to give away over the coming weeks will see live.

I mean, the band announced the Oxford Academy in O2 are a hot show on Friday 6th July will be ready to play.

As always, we a special sale for members of that before. Today before the sale opens at 12:00.

Stereophonics tickets general sale from 17th June on Friday at 9am.