We’re giving away a pair of tickets to see the Stereophonics at P&J Live. The Welsh rockers will take to the stage on Tuesday March 10. All you need to do to get your hands on the tickets is to fill in the form by midnight on Sunday.
Stereophonics have beaten Kanye West to claim their seventh UK number one.
Welsh rock band Stereophonics are to return to the north-east with their latest tour.
Stereophonics have replaced Snow Patrol on the line-up for Latitude festival.
Scottish music festival TRNSMT is to “hand over” the announcement of its latest line-up to fans online.
The Stereophonics played hits spanning 20 years of making records as they headlined Glasgow’s TRNSMT festival.
James Bay charmed the crowd on the opening day of TRNSMT festival, telling singing fans “You sound incredible” before launching into a cover of the classic track Simply The Best.
Scotland’s big summer music event, TRNSMT, has kicked off in Glasgow, with around 40,000 revellers enjoying their favourite acts in soaring temperatures.
Scotland’s biggest music festival will kick off on Friday with performances by the Stereophonics and James Bay.
Liam Gallagher and Stereophonics will headline a brand new music festival that is taking the place of V Festival.
The Stereophonics bassist and founding member Richard Jones promised fans a good time before the Welsh quartet’s welcome Aberdeen return.
Aberdeen made such an impression on Stereophonics they still vividly remember their Granite City debut – 21 years ago.
Camila Cabello is celebrating landing her first number one single in the UK.
Stereophonics are on course to score their seventh number one for their new album Scream Above The Sounds.
Stereophonics have beaten Sir Tom Jones and Dame Shirley Bassey to be named the most played Welsh artists over the past 12 years.
Legendary Welsh rockers Stereophonics are set to make a blistering return to Aberdeen.
The Stereophonics have announced a surprise gig in Dundee next month.
Stereophonics founding member Richard Jones reassured Aberdeen fans their Granite City show is no Edinburgh Castle warm up.
THERE couldn't be a more fitting title for Stereophonics' new album.