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Bearded Theory Festival 2019 – live review"
Bearded Theory Festival 2019 Catton Hall, Derbyshire Thursday 23rd – Sunday 26th May Once again Bearded Theory stood out from the crowd of festival alternatives. From its humble beginnings in a pub beer garden back in 2008, via tornado’s and a number of site moves, Bearded Theory has become a must attend event, many of […]
The Rev Jonny KinKaid…: We Were Young and We were Happy and We Lived up in the Trees but Now the Good Times Are Over and We’re All Down On Our Knees – Album Review"
Album Review The Reverend Jonny KinKaid and the Imaginary Nowhere Band (Ft The Twelve Hour Foundation With special Guests, The Cohen Sisters): ‘We Were Young and We were Happy and We Lived up in the Trees but Now the Good Times Are Over and We’re All Down On Our Knees’ […]
Debbie Harry’s memoir – FACE IT – to be published in October"
It has been revealed today that the iconic front-woman of Blondie – once dubbed the most photogenic female artist of all time Debbie Harry is to release her long awaited memoirs. FACE IT will be available from October 1st 2019, published by HarperNonFiction, alongside Dey Street Books). The book claims to be “an arresting mix […]
Slam Dunk 2019: North – festival review"
Slam Dunk 2019 sees the pop-punk extravaganza move from the multi-venue University of Leeds to the outdoor location of Temple Newsham Park for arguably its best year yet. Louder than War’s Dave Beech was there.
Emerson Lake & Palmer: The Anthology (1970-1998) – album review"
For a short period in the early and mid-seventies, they were one of the biggest bands in the world. Adored by fans, scorned by many, their “welcome back my friends to the show that never ends” signature lives on.