British glam rockers THE DARKNESS have been honoured with the prestigious
Songwriter Of The Year award at this year's (04) IVOR NOVELLOS.
The I BELIEVE IN A THING CALLED LOVE foursome picked up their...
British rockers THE DARKNESS were delighted to appear on American TV show
JIMMY KIMMEL LIVE last night (20APR04) - because QUENTIN TARANTINO was the
The PULP FICTION OSCAR winner presided over The...
THE DARKNESS are desperate to capitalise on their BRIT AWARDS success and
lay down tracks for their second album.
The British rockers bagged three gongs at the prestigious ceremony on
Tuesday (17FEB04), and guitarist...
THE DARKNESS guitarist DAN HAWKINS has slammed rock royalty RADIOHEAD for
being "totally boring".
The I BELIEVE IN A THING CALLED LOVE rocker - jubilant after winning three
BRIT AWARDS in London on Tuesday...
British glam rockers THE DARKNESS are set to continue their swift ascent to
the top, after being nominated in at least four categories at next month's
(17FEB04) BRIT AWARDS.
According to information leaked to...
Rockers THE DARKNESS have revealed the real reason they refused a risque
photoshoot with 15 naked models - the complimentary champagne wasn't good
The spandex-clad band were mocked in the media after rejecting...
Rocker JUSTIN HAWKINS has threatened to quit spandex-clad sensations THE
DARKNESS - the moment he doesn't enjoy it anymore.
The GROWING ON ME band stormed the British charts in 2003, scoring three
THE DARKNESS stars JUSTIN and DAN HAWKINS were blasted into space as
children - after winning a competition for photographs to be placed in a space
The rockers were snapped playing with their...
British rockers THE DARKNESS have slammed the "tepid" audience at this
Tuesday's (09SEP03) MERCURY MUSIC PRIZE AWARDS in London - because they didn't
react well to their performance.
Singer JUSTIN HAWKINS and his spandex-clad...
Rising rockers THE DARKNESS are eager to take their music to intergalactic
extremes - and perform a live gig from outer space.
The PERMISSION TO LAND album-makers took the 125,000-strong crowds by