Andrew Marston introduces Myles Gordon (Leominster)
Unsigned, undiscovered and under-the-radar music, as recorded at The Bell Inn, Leominster
Myles Gordon is a 13-year-old dance music producer, from Leominster, who began DJing when he just 8.
At the age of 12, he started writing drum & bass tracks but is now specialising in house and garage.
All of our live studio sessions and festival gigs since 2005...
26 July - 2 August: The Three Choirs Festival, Worcester
Billed as 'the world's finest choral music', this year's event takes place in Worcester.
It's believed to be the longest running music festival in Europe and rotates between the three cathedral cities of Gloucester, Worcester and Hereford.
It is also one of the world’s oldest classical choral music events - and Sir Edward Elgar organised many of the shows!
Worcestershire rock group Led Zeppelin is making public two previously unheard recordings for the first time.
They are among dozens of tracks which the band will officially release next month, alongside re-issues of their first three albums.
Robert Plant has been speaking to the BBC's Rebecca Jones about how the recordings were discovered.
A new exhibition has opened at Kington Museum looking at the success of local musicians.
Put together totally by volunteers, it features Mike Oldfield and Clifford T Ward, who both lived locally, the Oysterband and local star Ellie Goulding who grew up in Kington and went to the local school.
But one name stands out - the Dingle Danglers - they were formed in 1976, played with Billy J Kramer and the Fortunes, performed for royalty and at borstal and were even played on-air in the heart of the country music world.
More local music history...
BBC Introducing in Leominster
The Bell Inn, on Leominster's Etnam Street, is a place that is regularly hosting live music at the weekend - so we thought we'd spice up their bank holiday Sunday afternoon by inviting along some of our favourite musicians!
The venue was packed with people who turned out to catch Abby Inez, Myles Gordon, Lucy May Walker and Sea Of Atoms - and if you missed their set, we'll be bringing you the whole lot throughout May.
Meet some of our local musicians...
Lisbee Stainton on BBC Radio 2
She's a part of Seth Lakeman's band, has supported Paul Carrick on a European tour and did 75 gigs with Joan Armatrading, including one at the Royal Albert Hall.
This week, we hear from the Herefordshire singer/songwriter Lisbee Stainton - who was in session with Bob Harris on BBC Radio 2 last weekend.
She's just finished writing her fourth album - her previous releases had rave reviews in the The Times, The Independent on Sunday, The Daily Express and The Sunday Express.
The BBC Hereford & Worcester stage at the Wychwood Festival
This is your chance to see how we capture live music on tape, while being able to enjoy some of the hottest new acts we've got in our area right now.
None of these artists knew they were being considered for a live session - they were chosen based on the tracks they uploaded to us.
- In the papers, Robert Plant's placed 33rd in the Sunday Times Music Rich List this year adding £20 million to his worth in the past 12 months. He's also cancelled all his Spanish tour dates and rejected Alison Krauss' idea to team up and make a Daft Punk inspired album. Whilst all this has been happening, Jimmy Paige has said he's fed up of Robert Plant "playing games" regarding rumours of a Led Zeppelin reunion tour although the guitarist said he'd "absolutely" be up for playing live again.
- While The Fortunes play in Tenbury Wells this evening, we'll preview HowTheLightGetsIn Festival in this week's gig guide.