Brentwood: currently 24°C, a few clouds
high today 24°C, low tonight 17°C
sunrise 4.41am, sunset 9.20pm


There’s Only One Direction

Directioners
One direction fans, apparently called ‘Directioners’ will know that later on this year the boys will be starring in a film about their concerts called ‘This is Us’. The boys will also be hitting our TV screens this summer as there will be a one off documentary shown about directioners. It will be called I heart One Direction and will explore how social media and websites have created an online community for these fans and enabled them to interact with the band itself. 
A lady called Daisy Asquith is the master mind behind this documentary and Emma Cooper who is Commissioning Editor at Channel 4, is excited about this project as she thinks its brilliant to have Daisy Asquith involved “who [she] know will make a young and joyful documentary that will give a voice to the millions of the 1D fans who love and follow them obsessively.”

So do keep a look out for that this summer and don’t forget One Directions movie will be in cinemas on 29th August.

 

Best Boy Band
More than 7,000 music fans have been surveyed find the Top 50 boyband songs to enter the charts since 1998. 

The results quite surprising, as it’s been older band that have reach the top ten rather than recent current bands.

One Direction got to second place with single ‘What Makes You Beautiful’, with two other singles, ‘Live While We’re Young’ and ‘Kiss You’ also making the Top 50 but them, along with JLS, are the most recent boy bands to hit the top ten.

The Top 10 voted boyband singles of the past 15 years are as follows:

1. Backstreet Boys – ‘I Want It That Way’
2. One Direction – ‘What Makes You Beautiful’
3. ‘N Sync – ‘Bye Bye Bye’
4. Westlife – ‘Flying Without Wings’
5. 5ive – ‘Keep On Moving’
6. McFly – ‘All About You’
7. JLS – ‘Everybody In Love’
8. Blue – ‘All Rise’
9. Take That – ‘Rule The World’
10. Jedward – ‘Lipstick’ook

A survey for girl bands has also been conducted. In the top 50 there were entries from Destiny’s Child, Pussycat Dolls and Sugababes  B*Witched, Mis-Teeq and Atomic Kitten.

Girls Aloud did very well with getting 4 songs in the top ten.

The Top 10 voted girlband singles of the past 15 years are as follows:

1. Spice Girls: ‘Stop’
2. Girls Aloud: ‘The Promise’
3. Spice Girls: ‘Goodbye’
4. Girls Aloud: ‘Sound Of The Underground’
5. The Saturdays: ‘All Fired Up’
6. Girls Aloud: ‘Call The Shots’
7. Girls Aloud: ‘Biology’
8. TLC: ‘No Scrubs’
9. Destiny’s Child: ‘Survivor’
10. Little Mix: ‘Wings’

 

Major Music for the Man!
The Isle of Man is having its first major music festival this summer. Taking place on the 6th July acts which are confirmed to play include Primal Scream, Wretch 32, Loveable Rogues and Paloma Faith. Tickets are £55 and can be bought by going onto the festivals website www.isleofmanfestival.com.‘Super VIP’ tickets are also available, which provide exclusive access to private acoustic sets from artists and surprise special guests.

Last Wednesday the festival was officially launched in Camden and there was a special performance by Britain’s Got Talent’s, Lovable Rogues, who sung What a Night and Lovesick.

Subscribe to our newsletter!
One a month, no spam, honest

Now on air
Coming up
More from In The Mix
More from
More from Phoenix FM


There’s Only One Direction

Directioners
One direction fans, apparently called ‘Directioners’ will know that later on this year the boys will be starring in a film about their concerts called ‘This is Us’. The boys will also be hitting our TV screens this summer as there will be a one off documentary shown about directioners. It will be called I heart One Direction and will explore how social media and websites have created an online community for these fans and enabled them to interact with the band itself. 
A lady called Daisy Asquith is the master mind behind this documentary and Emma Cooper who is Commissioning Editor at Channel 4, is excited about this project as she thinks its brilliant to have Daisy Asquith involved “who [she] know will make a young and joyful documentary that will give a voice to the millions of the 1D fans who love and follow them obsessively.”

So do keep a look out for that this summer and don’t forget One Directions movie will be in cinemas on 29th August.

 

Best Boy Band
More than 7,000 music fans have been surveyed find the Top 50 boyband songs to enter the charts since 1998. 

The results quite surprising, as it’s been older band that have reach the top ten rather than recent current bands.

One Direction got to second place with single ‘What Makes You Beautiful’, with two other singles, ‘Live While We’re Young’ and ‘Kiss You’ also making the Top 50 but them, along with JLS, are the most recent boy bands to hit the top ten.

The Top 10 voted boyband singles of the past 15 years are as follows:

1. Backstreet Boys – ‘I Want It That Way’
2. One Direction – ‘What Makes You Beautiful’
3. ‘N Sync – ‘Bye Bye Bye’
4. Westlife – ‘Flying Without Wings’
5. 5ive – ‘Keep On Moving’
6. McFly – ‘All About You’
7. JLS – ‘Everybody In Love’
8. Blue – ‘All Rise’
9. Take That – ‘Rule The World’
10. Jedward – ‘Lipstick’ook

A survey for girl bands has also been conducted. In the top 50 there were entries from Destiny’s Child, Pussycat Dolls and Sugababes  B*Witched, Mis-Teeq and Atomic Kitten.

Girls Aloud did very well with getting 4 songs in the top ten.

The Top 10 voted girlband singles of the past 15 years are as follows:

1. Spice Girls: ‘Stop’
2. Girls Aloud: ‘The Promise’
3. Spice Girls: ‘Goodbye’
4. Girls Aloud: ‘Sound Of The Underground’
5. The Saturdays: ‘All Fired Up’
6. Girls Aloud: ‘Call The Shots’
7. Girls Aloud: ‘Biology’
8. TLC: ‘No Scrubs’
9. Destiny’s Child: ‘Survivor’
10. Little Mix: ‘Wings’

 

Major Music for the Man!
The Isle of Man is having its first major music festival this summer. Taking place on the 6th July acts which are confirmed to play include Primal Scream, Wretch 32, Loveable Rogues and Paloma Faith. Tickets are £55 and can be bought by going onto the festivals website www.isleofmanfestival.com.‘Super VIP’ tickets are also available, which provide exclusive access to private acoustic sets from artists and surprise special guests.

Last Wednesday the festival was officially launched in Camden and there was a special performance by Britain’s Got Talent’s, Lovable Rogues, who sung What a Night and Lovesick.

Subscribe to our newsletter!
One a month, no spam, honest

Now on air
Coming up
More from In The Mix
More from
More from Phoenix FM


There’s Only One Direction

Directioners
One direction fans, apparently called ‘Directioners’ will know that later on this year the boys will be starring in a film about their concerts called ‘This is Us’. The boys will also be hitting our TV screens this summer as there will be a one off documentary shown about directioners. It will be called I heart One Direction and will explore how social media and websites have created an online community for these fans and enabled them to interact with the band itself. 
A lady called Daisy Asquith is the master mind behind this documentary and Emma Cooper who is Commissioning Editor at Channel 4, is excited about this project as she thinks its brilliant to have Daisy Asquith involved “who [she] know will make a young and joyful documentary that will give a voice to the millions of the 1D fans who love and follow them obsessively.”

So do keep a look out for that this summer and don’t forget One Directions movie will be in cinemas on 29th August.

 

Best Boy Band
More than 7,000 music fans have been surveyed find the Top 50 boyband songs to enter the charts since 1998. 

The results quite surprising, as it’s been older band that have reach the top ten rather than recent current bands.

One Direction got to second place with single ‘What Makes You Beautiful’, with two other singles, ‘Live While We’re Young’ and ‘Kiss You’ also making the Top 50 but them, along with JLS, are the most recent boy bands to hit the top ten.

The Top 10 voted boyband singles of the past 15 years are as follows:

1. Backstreet Boys – ‘I Want It That Way’
2. One Direction – ‘What Makes You Beautiful’
3. ‘N Sync – ‘Bye Bye Bye’
4. Westlife – ‘Flying Without Wings’
5. 5ive – ‘Keep On Moving’
6. McFly – ‘All About You’
7. JLS – ‘Everybody In Love’
8. Blue – ‘All Rise’
9. Take That – ‘Rule The World’
10. Jedward – ‘Lipstick’ook

A survey for girl bands has also been conducted. In the top 50 there were entries from Destiny’s Child, Pussycat Dolls and Sugababes  B*Witched, Mis-Teeq and Atomic Kitten.

Girls Aloud did very well with getting 4 songs in the top ten.

The Top 10 voted girlband singles of the past 15 years are as follows:

1. Spice Girls: ‘Stop’
2. Girls Aloud: ‘The Promise’
3. Spice Girls: ‘Goodbye’
4. Girls Aloud: ‘Sound Of The Underground’
5. The Saturdays: ‘All Fired Up’
6. Girls Aloud: ‘Call The Shots’
7. Girls Aloud: ‘Biology’
8. TLC: ‘No Scrubs’
9. Destiny’s Child: ‘Survivor’
10. Little Mix: ‘Wings’

 

Major Music for the Man!
The Isle of Man is having its first major music festival this summer. Taking place on the 6th July acts which are confirmed to play include Primal Scream, Wretch 32, Loveable Rogues and Paloma Faith. Tickets are £55 and can be bought by going onto the festivals website www.isleofmanfestival.com.‘Super VIP’ tickets are also available, which provide exclusive access to private acoustic sets from artists and surprise special guests.

Last Wednesday the festival was officially launched in Camden and there was a special performance by Britain’s Got Talent’s, Lovable Rogues, who sung What a Night and Lovesick.

Subscribe to our newsletter!
One a month, no spam, honest

Now on air
Coming up
More from In The Mix
More from
More from Phoenix FM


There’s Only One Direction

Directioners
One direction fans, apparently called ‘Directioners’ will know that later on this year the boys will be starring in a film about their concerts called ‘This is Us’. The boys will also be hitting our TV screens this summer as there will be a one off documentary shown about directioners. It will be called I heart One Direction and will explore how social media and websites have created an online community for these fans and enabled them to interact with the band itself. 
A lady called Daisy Asquith is the master mind behind this documentary and Emma Cooper who is Commissioning Editor at Channel 4, is excited about this project as she thinks its brilliant to have Daisy Asquith involved “who [she] know will make a young and joyful documentary that will give a voice to the millions of the 1D fans who love and follow them obsessively.”

So do keep a look out for that this summer and don’t forget One Directions movie will be in cinemas on 29th August.

 

Best Boy Band
More than 7,000 music fans have been surveyed find the Top 50 boyband songs to enter the charts since 1998. 

The results quite surprising, as it’s been older band that have reach the top ten rather than recent current bands.

One Direction got to second place with single ‘What Makes You Beautiful’, with two other singles, ‘Live While We’re Young’ and ‘Kiss You’ also making the Top 50 but them, along with JLS, are the most recent boy bands to hit the top ten.

The Top 10 voted boyband singles of the past 15 years are as follows:

1. Backstreet Boys – ‘I Want It That Way’
2. One Direction – ‘What Makes You Beautiful’
3. ‘N Sync – ‘Bye Bye Bye’
4. Westlife – ‘Flying Without Wings’
5. 5ive – ‘Keep On Moving’
6. McFly – ‘All About You’
7. JLS – ‘Everybody In Love’
8. Blue – ‘All Rise’
9. Take That – ‘Rule The World’
10. Jedward – ‘Lipstick’ook

A survey for girl bands has also been conducted. In the top 50 there were entries from Destiny’s Child, Pussycat Dolls and Sugababes  B*Witched, Mis-Teeq and Atomic Kitten.

Girls Aloud did very well with getting 4 songs in the top ten.

The Top 10 voted girlband singles of the past 15 years are as follows:

1. Spice Girls: ‘Stop’
2. Girls Aloud: ‘The Promise’
3. Spice Girls: ‘Goodbye’
4. Girls Aloud: ‘Sound Of The Underground’
5. The Saturdays: ‘All Fired Up’
6. Girls Aloud: ‘Call The Shots’
7. Girls Aloud: ‘Biology’
8. TLC: ‘No Scrubs’
9. Destiny’s Child: ‘Survivor’
10. Little Mix: ‘Wings’

 

Major Music for the Man!
The Isle of Man is having its first major music festival this summer. Taking place on the 6th July acts which are confirmed to play include Primal Scream, Wretch 32, Loveable Rogues and Paloma Faith. Tickets are £55 and can be bought by going onto the festivals website www.isleofmanfestival.com.‘Super VIP’ tickets are also available, which provide exclusive access to private acoustic sets from artists and surprise special guests.

Last Wednesday the festival was officially launched in Camden and there was a special performance by Britain’s Got Talent’s, Lovable Rogues, who sung What a Night and Lovesick.

Subscribe to our newsletter!
One a month, no spam, honest

Now on air
Coming up
More from In The Mix
More from
More from Phoenix FM