World-famous musicians and 80s disco sensation Sister Sledge have recently announced their new UK tour ’40 Years of Disco’, heading to Birmingham’s Genting Arena March 2018. The sisters will be headlining alongside other huge names in Disco, making the event one you do not want to miss. Cornfield caught up with Kim Sledge, who reflected back upon her incredible 40-year career alongside her sisters, transitional yet optimistic present, and positive hopes for the future. 

Chasing Deer, made up of four incredible musicians born-and-raised in the West Midlands, chatted to our Content Editor about their upcoming projects, new music and life living in the Big Smoke. The talented quartet were eager to chat about their new material, some of which is currently being recorded at a studio in London, with the plan to release a new single every month of 2018 - talk about a huge project! Read the exclusive chat here...

The Scummy Mummies return to Birmingham as part of Birmingham's Comedy Festival, at Sutton Coldfield's Town Hall on Saturday 7th October. The hilarious pair spoke to Cornfield Magazine about their long-lasting friendship and ability to juggle their two full-time careers - comedy and motherhood - in an interesting and upfront interview.

We spoke to Jim Lauderdale following the announcement of his upcoming UK tour with Brandy Clark, which will be coming to Birmingham Town Hall this October. His latest single, I Love You more, features on his new album London Southern. Throughout his three-decade career, Lauderdale has helped pave the way for the current Americana movement, recording albums and writing songs that cross genres from country, rock, folk and bluegrass.

Mabel McVey comes to Birmingham's O2 Institute as part of her UK tour, performing tracks from her much-loved EP Bedroom, including the extremely popular Finders Keepers feat. Kojo Funds. A child of the golden-age of r’n’b, Mabel nods to her idols Destiny’s Child and Aaliyah whilst channeling the vocal stylings of musical legends like Minnie Ripperton.

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