Oct 30, 2023 2 min read

One Liners: Raye x Hans Zimmer, Take That, Giggs x Diddy + more

Three Six Zero partners with Something In Common; Metropolis Studios promotes Charlie Colton; new music from Raye and Hans Zimmer, and Bad Boy Chiller Crew; live performances from Take That, and Giggs and Diddy; UK Festival Awards shortlists

One Liners: Raye x Hans Zimmer, Take That, Giggs x Diddy + more


Management firm Three Six Zero has announced a partnership with Caron Veazey and her company Something In Common. Before launching her own business, Veazey managed Pharrell Williams for nearly a decade. Her current clients include Mette. Three Six Zero CEO Mark Gillespie says that Veazey is "a phenomenal manager whose vast experience and creativity will be vital to Three Six Zero moving forward".


Metropolis Studios in London has promoted Charlie Colton to the role of General Manager and Head Of Mastering. CEO Richard Connell says: “Charlie was the first appointment I made when I started at Metropolis. To say I have learned so much from her is an understatement, her knowledge and experience of the industry is second to none and this role is richly deserved". She takes over as Head Of Mastering from Dan Baldwin, who is stepping down after 23 years with the company.


Raye and Hans Zimmer have released ‘Mother Nature’, their theme tune to the third series of the BBC’s ‘Planet Earth’. "I am a ‘Planet Earth’ stan”, says Raye. “I’ve watched religiously for years, so having this opportunity open for me doesn’t even feel real. David Attenborough and Hans Zimmer are two of my heroes, to be able to compose a song with Hans is beyond a wildest dream”.
Bad Boy Chiller Crew have released new single ‘Memory’. Their new album ‘Influential’ is out on 10 Nov.


Take That have announced that they will play ‘Radio 2 In Concert’ next month, performing to a small audience at the BBC Radio Theatre for a show that will also be broadcast on Radio 2 on 23 Nov. “We can’t wait for ‘Radio 2 In Concert’”, say the band. “It’s such an honour to be asked to play such a prestigious show. At the heart of things, it’s a special and intimate show, but to also know how many fans will be tuning in from home - it takes the experience to another level”.
Giggs and Diddy have announced that they will play a one-off show at the Shepherds Bush Empire on 7 Nov. All proceeds will be donated to charity.


Organisers of the UK Festival Awards have announced the shortlists for this year's event, which will take place on 5 Dec in Manchester. There are two new categories this time: Best Micro Festival, which celebrates super-boutique events, and Transport Impact Innovator, which will highlight festivals that strive to reduce the environmental impact of audience travel. The shortlists are here.
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