Manic Street Preachers is an alternative rock band from Blackwood in South Wales. The Manics have enjoyed huge commercial and critical success with several top ten albums and two No.1 singles in the UK.
Born Peter Mark Sinclair Almond in 1957, Marc Almond's success owes much to his time in Soft Cell. Their best known single, Tainted Love reached number one in the UK singles chart. Soft Cell split in 1984 and later reformed in 2001. Marc Almond released a string of singles and albums between this time and his collaboration with Gene Pitney with Something's Gotten Hold of My Heart also reached number one in 1988.
Mariah Carey will visit the UK & Ireland during the spring of 2019 for a short run of shows. The global superstar will perform live in Dublin and London as part of her Caution World Tour.
Mark Knopfler will play a series of UK & Ireland arena shows during the spring of 2019. The former Dire Straits frontman will play shows in Leeds, Newcastle, Dublin, Glasgow, London, Manchester and Birmingham as part of a new world tour.
Maroon 5 is a Grammy Award winning pop-rock band originating from Los Angeles. The band has sold more than 17 million albums worldwide. Maroon 5's many hits include Makes Me Wonder, Moves like Jagger and One More Night.
Marti Pellow is the lead singer of Wet Wet Wet who has also enjoyed a solo career. Marti has been touring the UK since 1999 as a solo artist and has also appeared in stage musicals such as Chess and The Witches of Eastwick.
Massive Attack will mark the 21st anniversary of their chart-topping Mezzanine album with a UK & Ireland tour in 2019. The trip-hop duo will play the album in its entirety at shows in Glasgow, Manchester, London, Dublin and Bristol during the tour.
Matt Cardle won the seventh series of The X-Factor in 2010, beating Rebecca Ferguson and boyband One Direction in the live final. The former painter and decorator from Essex received a £1 million recording contract following his win. Matt Cardle's first single - a cover of Biffy Clyro's Many of Horror which was re-titled When We Collide - became the UK Christmas number one.
McBusted is a supergroup formed by members of two highly successful pop groups: McFly and Busted. Separately, the two bands have sold 15 million records worldwide and chalked up 14 number ones, 20 top 3 singles and 27 top ten singles.
McFly are back together with a huge UK arena tour planned for the spring of 2020. Tom, Danny, Dougie and Harry will perform 11 shows across the country on their reunion tour, starting in Liverpool on 26th April and ending in Nottingham on 10th May.
Meat Loaf's classic album, Bat Out of Hell, is the third biggest selling album of all time. It has sold more than 45 million copies and continues to sell hundreds of thousands each year. Since its release in 1977, the album has never actually left the UK chart.
Metallica will visit the UK during the summer of 2019 as part of a European stadium tour. The rock gods play Manchester's Etihad Stadium on 18th June and London's Twickenham Stadium on 20th June during the WorldWired Tour.
MGMT (em-gee-em-tee or 'management') is an American Synthpop and New Wave band. Their most popular tracks are Kids and Time to Pretend. MGMT has won a host of awards since their mainstream breakthrough including three Grammys (to April 2010).
Michael Ball is one of the UK's best loved musical theatre stars, having performed in some of the biggest West End productions of recent times, including Les Miserables, Aspects of Love, Phantom of the Opera, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang and Hairspray.
American singer-songwriter Michael Bolton has been producing great pop ballads since the 80s. Michael Bolton is probably best known for the ballad How Am I Supposed To Live Without You. Michael's 1991 album Time, Love and Tenderness has achieved eight times platinum in the USA.
Currently in the midst of a UK arena tour, Michael Bublé has already announced plans for a further UK tour during the summer of 2020. The Canadian superstar has lined up a series of outdoor shows at stately homes, castles and cricket grounds in July and August 2020.
Mick Hucknall is most famous for being the former frontman of Manchester soul band Simply Red. The band split up after a sell-out farewell tour in 2010, leaving Hucknall free to pursue his solo musical interests.
Miley Cyrus first came to prominence on the Disney Channel television series Hannah Montana back in 2006. Since her Disney days, Miley has developed into a highly successful, if sometimes controversial, recording artist. All but one of her four studio albums have reached No.1 on the US Billboard chart.
Morrissey will play two UK gigs as part of a short European tour in March 2020. The hugely influential singer-songwriter will be touring in support of his thirteenth studio album, I Am Not A Dog On A Chain, and will perform shows in Leeds and Wembley.
American heavy metal band Mötley Crüe have sold more than 100 million records since forming in Los Angeles in 1981. Band members Nikki Sixx, Tommy Lee, Mick Mars and Vince Neil have completed countless world tours over the past 34 years – all in typically raucous fashion!