16/12/2012

UK Music Scene – 16/12/2012

James Arthur
 
Freddie Matthews from London over on Stirring Trouble Internationally wrote about headline news from the television show the X-Factor and the winner who was helped by Louis Walsh.
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He picks up on the success of the winner and how many sales that the recent winner has made as compiled in the Official Charts Company.
 
Find out how Leona Lewis sold 571,253 copies by going over to Stirring Trouble Internationally.
 
Mariah Carey
Merry Christmas (Mariah Carey
album) (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
 
Get a recap on the top 50 Christmas songs. Find out who Kirsty MacColl is and find out the connection with Mariah Carey’s All I Want For Christmas Is You and Harry Reser’s Santa Claus Is Coming To Town.


Katherine JenkinsMerry Christmas (Mariah Carey album)Get more reviews from Christmas albums and find out who Katherine Jenkins is and what music she released in the  UK by going over to Stirring Trouble Internationally.  

You will also find out about the  US iTunes Classical Chart at No.1 hit in the  UK Classical Chart and Billboard New Artists Chart.
 

Gabrielle AplinIf you’re a fan of Gabrielle Aplin then this post will probably be for you, go over and have a look Gabrielle Aplin tops UK charts with John Lewis Christmas track 'The Power of Love' (independent.co.uk).

Terry (Kirsty MacColl song)
 
Find out more about Depeche Mode and their a  2013 album, get the times and dates of tour Tel Avivso and when they will be in London O2 Arena  you can if you wish book tickets.New Depeche Mode album set for March release (upi.com), Depeche Mode to release new album in March 2013 (panarmenian.net), New Depeche Mode Album out in March (pitchfork.com).
 
The Strypes 
Find out about The Strypes and the record deal they have made by a big record company and also get an incite into why they have been heralded the 'Cavan in Ireland'.
Everything Counts
Everything Counts
    
Find out more about R&B,  Beatles, Stones, the BBC and the Sound Of 2013 music.
United Kingdom: stamp
United Kingdom: stamp (Photo credit: Sem Paradeiro)
 

Find out all this and more over on Stirring Trouble Internationally. Source: [Another Week On The UK Music Scene – 16/12/2012]  

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