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The story of how we landed our own stage at Eastnor Castle Deer Park.
Meet the headliner who have played so many of our local festivals in recent years.
One of the Sunday headliners at Lakefest were Scottish brothers The Proclaimers.
The man who creates some of the best known TV themes at his Worcestershire home
A Redditch singer's on his way to a dream rags-to-riches story by releasing his own album.
Grafton Ash played the gig of their lives as they supported James Blunt in Birmingham!
It turns out that the doctor who saved Wilko Johnson's life is a Lakefest fan!
The international star shares her tips for new musicians and talks about life on the road.
Damon Gough was named in Q Magazine in their list of “50 bands to see before you die”.
One of the Friday headliners in conversation with BBC Introducing's Andrew Marston.
They've had an incredible career but now say the money is in live performance.
We wondered what bands are actually asking for on their riders nowadays. So we found out!
Andrew Marston chats to the dance-come-jazz star about her advice for new musicians.
Don’t Turn Around and Shine are just two of the eight Top 40 singles by reggae band Aswad.
Meet the band that have had 21 top 40 records, 10 albums and 5 million record sales.
David Rowell is one of their managers and has also worked with Sarah Brightman and Bros.
Not a fan of Birthdays, but a good friend, Robert Plant remembers previous celebrations
The former Led Zeppelin star chats to Lauren Laverne about his Memory Tapes.
6 Music hosts rock royalty in the last of this week's 6 Music Live sessions.
Robert Plant talks how he came to work with Seth Lakeman.
These musical masters share rock star stories from Aprils Fools Day to TFI...
Led Zeppelin's Robert Plant tells Chris about recording his solo album Carry Fire.
BBC Introducing in Hereford & Worcester catches up with the Lakefest headliners.
Ellie Goulding talks to Gemma Cairney after losing her clothes at the festival