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Live music takes centre stage in Mijas

Tony Bryant

...perform a tribute to celebrated 80s rockers ZZ Top (10 October). The band has built up a strong following on the Costa live music circuit and their show consists of classic songs like Gimme All Your Loving and Sharp Dressed Man, along with songs from ... includes some of the coasts' most celebrated pop bands, like Stereo 80 (17th), The Money Makers (23rd) and The Lost Boys (30 October). Reservations are advised as capacity restrictions will be enforced. For more information, see the Coyote Bowling Saloon

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Celebrated chamber music quartet comes to Marbella

Tony Bryant

The celebrated Sinoidal Ensemble saxophone quartet will play two concerts on the Costa del Sol later this month. Organised by Marbella-based Project Music, the classical music events will take place in the D-Wine restaurant in Marbella on Wednesday

15:58

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11 September 1714: Catalonia's National Day, with a chequered past

Debbie Bartlett

It is known as La Diada, the National Day of Catalonia, and nowadays it is a day-long festival which is celebrated enthusiastically on 11 September every year, but it has had a very chequered history. It originated as a commemoration of the ... the Generalitat, declared it an official event. However, after Franco won the Civil War in 1939 it was banned once again although some people still celebrated it secretly. After Franco's death, it was celebrated publicly for the first time again on

15:08

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10 April 1908: Birth of Malaga singer Miguel de Molina

Tony Bryant

Born in Malaga on 10 April 1908, Miguel Frías de Molina, artistically known as Miguel de Molina, was a Spanish 'copla' singer and actor who made his name in the 'tablaos' (flamenco clubs) and theatres of Madrid during the early 1930s. His big break c

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J-Lo exceeds all expectations at Marenostrum

Hugo Cortés

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