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Friday, 8 November 2013

Music is alive on Oxford Street.

Oxford Street has always been a place of inspiration and talent. There has always been a buzz about the Street, with celebrities constantly returning to do their launches, shop and be seen. More recently we have seen the musicians strut their stuff and bring the music to life.
Paul McCartney appeared at HMV (Oxford Street). For the launch of his album titled ‘NEW’, Paul McCartney appeared at the new HMV branch in Oxford Street to sign copies of the new release.
This is not the first time an artist has graced the world famous Oxford Street. The likes of S Club, Blue, Enrique, Il Divo, Westlife, Leona Lewis, Sugababes, The Saturdays and Robbie Williams have all at some point walked Oxford Street and had the opportunity to turn on the Christmas lights. 
No matter who you are or what genre of music you like you want to make sure you are there right at the front of the queue. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to see your music idol, take a picture standing next to your favourite singer and get a signed autographed memorabilia from them.
It not just in HMV where you can spot the musician, earlier in September Rhianna was launching her new clothing line in River Island.
To avoid disappointment you want to stay the night before in a hotel near Oxford Street. The Leonard Hotel is the perfect location just minutes’ walk away from the busy music filled street and the hotel will cater to your every need. The boutique hotel is not only luxurious but perfect for those weekends in London to meet your music idols.
You don’t have to worry about getting up in the middle of the night to travel from far to get to London on time for the store opening. Come down at your own leisurely pace the night before. Spend the night relaxing at The Leonard Hotel near Oxford Street, allowing you to wake up refreshed and get to the front of the line with not hustle or rush.

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