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Jarvis Cocker Quits His UK Radio Show

by Music-News.com

In his BBC Radio 6 Music show on Sunday 3 December, Jarvis Cocker will be sharing with his listeners that this will be his final month presenting Sunday Service. From 7 January, Amy Lamé joins 6 Music bringing a brand new show to that slot (4-6pm).

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Jarvis Cocker, Pulp

Pulp Receive Heritage Award

by Music-News.com

On Monday, May 4, one of Britain’s most loved and successful groups, Pulp, will be presented with a PRS for Music Heritage Award where the band first gigged in the 1980s, The Leadmill, Sheffield.

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Jarvis Cocker, Pulp

Pulp Common People Voted Best Britpop Anthem

by Music-News.com

In his BBC Radio 6 Music show tonight, Steve Lamacq announced that Pulp’s ‘Common People’ has been voted for by listeners as ‘6 Music’s Favourite Britpop Anthem’.

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Jarvis Cocker: Photo Ros O'Gorman

LISTEN New Pulp Song After You

by Paul Cashmere

Pulp have recorded a new studio version of ‘After You’, a song they originally demoed for the 2001 album ‘We Love Life’.

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Annual Q Awards Honours Blur Bobby Womack And Muse

by Music-News.com

Britain’s Q magazine has held their annual awards show in London, honoring the best music of the last 12 months.

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Richard Hawley

Richard Hawley Announces First Ever Australian Tour

by Andrew Tijs

Member of Longpigs and Pulp, guest of Arctic Monkeys and Elbow, and solo artist Richard Hawley will hit Australia in 2013.

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Coachella To Set Sail With Pulp And Hot Chip

by Paul Cashmere

Coachella is going to set sail. The S.S. Coachella will depart Fort Lauderdale, Florida for the Bahamas and then Jamaica with Pulp and Hot Chip on board.

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Pulp Offer Cryptic Return To The Spotlight

by Tim Cashmere

After Pulp’s hugely successful tour during 2011, many fans wondered if it would be the last time, but with the Coachella announcement it looks like the band is gearing up for a busy 2012.

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