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Paul Weller To Perform At BBC 6Music's 10th Anniversary Celebration!




From Live4ever

Paul Weller and Public Image Ltd. have joined the list of acts booked to celebrate BBC 6Music’s 10th anniversary next month.

Weller will partake in the Lauren Live at Maida Vale sessions on Tuesday March 13th, with John Lydon and Public Image Ltd. performing as special guests at 6Music’s live event in London’s Southbank on March 16th.

“Paul Weller and Public Image Limited are fantastic additions to our 10th Anniversary celebrations,”  Paul Rodgers, editor, BBC Radio 6 Music has said. “These are important and influential artists with a rich heritage and contemporary relevance, and are great examples of music that Radio 6 Music represents.”

As previously reported on Live4ever, the digital radio station will play host to three concerts at the Southbank Centre in London on March 16th, with Laura Marling and Lianne La Havas performing in the Purcell Room, while Gruff Rhys, Anna Calvi and Beth Jeans Houghton will play the Queen Elizabeth Hall, whose Front Room will also be treated to live, non-ticketed, entertainment.


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