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2010-07-30 05:00:00

SANTA MONICA, Calif:, July 30 /PRNewswire/ -- MEN ALOUD, the award-winning, multi-platinum singing ensemble from the UK, are about to make their mark upon the shores of North America thanks to their first performance special, "Men Aloud: Live From Wales" which has been chosen as the premiere Public Television pledge drive program to be aired nationally beginning August 1st.

2008-10-11 18:00:21

By Katie Bodinger ONLY Men Aloud! have just 24 hours left to record their first album. And with their sights set firmly on a Christmas Number One - the pressure is on.

2008-09-27 03:00:00

By Tina Junday TALENTED singer Adam Wallis wants more youngsters to get involved in music in Coventry. Adam is a member of the ACM Gospel Choir, who were semi- finalists on BBC's Last Choir Standing talent show this summer.

2008-09-06 18:00:16

By Len Robinson Gabalfa WHEN I read Peter Collins' view of the BBC competition Last Choir Standing, I wondered whether he was born with a bad attitude or whether he cultivated it as he grew up (Echo, August 23). He says that as he writes, he is listening to Bach's Mass in B Minor.

2008-07-30 18:00:37

By Jade Wright MILLIONS of viewers around the country have been dancing in their armchairs to the soulful harmonies of Liverpool's Sense of Sound choir. The 40-strong group has been heaped with praise after impressive performances on BBC1's Last Choir Standing, winning a place in the final.

2008-07-21 18:00:32

By carolyn hitt NOW, if there's one thing we know how do to in Wales it's choirs. From a rousing Mendelssohn's Elijah to a fabulously mawkish Myfanwy, the ability to warble in four parts is transmitted in our mother's milk.

2008-07-05 18:00:15

By Alison Young The Charlotte Church Show Channel 4, Thursday 10pm The nation's favourite crazy chick returns for a third series of her hit show, and sure isn't going to slow down despite being pregnant with her second child.


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