London based Americana band O&O are set to release their debut EP ‘Truth Comes Out’ this Friday (21st Sep) This comes after an eventful summer performing in festivals throughout the UK including Cambridge Folk Festival, Buckle & Boots and Black … Continue reading O&O ‘Truth Comes Out’ EP Review
Fast-rising newcomer Jimmie Allen has been confirmed as the tour support for BBR Music Group label-mate Chase Rice on his forthcoming UK tour dates in October; adding to Allen’s previously announced Country Music Week appearance at the Bluebird Cafe. This … Continue reading Jimmie Allen CONFIRMED to Support Chase Rice’s UK Tour.
Singer-songwriter Charlie Worsham has announced a return visit to the UK in September 2018, including headline shows, a run of dates with Lee Ann Womack and an appearance at The Long Road festival alongside Carrie Underwood, Striking Matches and Catherine … Continue reading Charlie Worsham to return to the UK with New Announced Dates this September.
Dave Grohl to present ‘Play’ a two part-mini documentary featuring a 23-minute composition written, filmed and played by Grohl. (Watch the trailer below) ‘Play’ will be released August 10th by Columbia on digital download and streaming platforms “Watching my … Continue reading Dave Grohl to Presents ‘Play’ A Two-Part Mini-Documentary
On July 26, Richmond University announced the appointment of a new President, Professor Lawrence Abeln. Abeln was chosen by Richmond’s Board of Trustees and will assume the position from current President Professor John Annette, who has held the role for seven years. … Continue reading Richmond Announces New Leadership
Miles Kane today releases the official music video for ‘Cry On My Guitar’, the third track to be taken from his stunning third solo album ‘Coup De Grace’, out August 10th on Virgin EMI. Directed by Brook Linder, the video sees Miles take on WWE wrestler Finn … Continue reading Miles Kane Releases New Video Ahead of Album ‘Cry On My Guitar’
The annual Bluesfest is coming back to London this October to celebrate their 8thyear at the O2 with legendary alumni’s Van Morrison and Robert Plant. Launched in 2011, the annual fest became one of the largest festivals in Europe to … Continue reading Bring it on Home: BluesFest to Celebrate its 8th Year at the O2.
The Richmond Free Press would like to address any confusion regarding the information published on the story “Student Government Elections Suspended After Rules Broken”. It has been brought to the attention of the Richmond Free Press that a decision was made between student leaders and candidates to reopen the election due to transparency issues and to honour student voice. A meeting had decided that Article 12.4 had not been broken, under the circumstances that no information was published to the public. Sources state that even though Article 12.4 was not techincally broken, it was felt that the transparency clause had been broken, which led to the decision to reopen the election. The Free Press and the … Continue reading Clarification Letter: Student Government Elections Suspended After Rules Broken
Richmond’s student government elections were yesterday suspended, after it was found that the Student Government Constitution was violated.
News came after sources found that the agreed rules and conditions of the election were broken by Student Government Executive Board Officers. Continue reading “Student Government Elections Suspended After Rules Broken”