Rod Stewart has joined the line-up for the 2015 BBC Music Awards event in Birmingham next month.
Singer Sandi Thom has posted a video on Facebook explaining how hurt she is that BBC Radio 2 and Bauer Network have apparently rejected her latest song.
BBC Radio 1 has just announced that Coldplay will be performing brand new tracks from their new album in an exclusive concert for Annie Mac.
Muse and Rudimental have moved to music licensing company PPL for their international neighbouring rights collections.
Vevo is to become new International home for original BBC Radio 1 content from the Live Lounge.
BBC Radio 1 and BBC Radio 2 welcome Adele this morning to promote her new single.
BBC Radio 1 and BBC Radio 2 simulcast this morning to announce the venue and acts for the BBC Music Awards 2015.
The singer performed three songs at the ceremony on the same day his new album ‘The Letter’ was released, and gave a helping hand presenting the Child of Achieving award on the night.
Jamie Cullum is making a special appearance at today’s Radio Festival Showcase at The British Library.
The BBC has teamed up with Jazz FM and the EFG London Jazz Festival to launch a pop-up radio station covering the London Jazz Festival.
Keith Harris, Director of Performer Affairs at PPL, is to step down at the end of 2015 after nine years in the role.
Chris Philips has been appointed as Jazz FM’s new Head of Music.
Radio and music is under the spotlight at the upcoming Brighton Digital Festival.
6 Music Live at Maida Vale, a week-long celebration of music featuring live performances, returns in October with with New Order and The Staves.
The live urban music event will take place at the First Direct Arena and will feature performances from some of the UK and international acts currently played by the digital station.
BBC Radio 2 will devote three days of programming to The Beatles and Elvis over the August Bank Holiday weekend.
Little Mix’s Jesy Nelson and Rixton’s Jake Roche took a break from rehearsals for the Key 103 Summer Live gig in Manchester by getting engaged on stage.
Summer Live from Key 103 this year has added James Bay to the line up, taking place at the Manchester Arena on July 19th.
Thomas Small, a contemporary dance choreographer from Dundee has become BBC Radio 2’s first ever official Artist in Residence.
He'll join Bryan Adams, Giorgio Moroder, The Corrs, Leona Lewis, Kate Rusby, Will Young, Shaun Escoffery, and The Shires and Ward Thomas on the line-up.