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Standon Calling 2019 – Festival review

It's that time of year again when Keith Goldhanger finds himself eating, drinking and sleeping in fields in order to witness some old and...

Standon Calling 2019 – Festival preview

Keith Goldhanger prepares for summer. The annual Standon Calling Festival is looking good again. Standon Calling continue to add acts for the annual garden party...

Standon Calling 2018 – Festival review

15,000 people with 15,000 different tastes in music all took turns standing at different stages at different times of the weekend watching the good, the bad, the old, the new, the mainstream and the weird stuff that everyone seems to understand apart from one or two who stand scratching their heads bewildered. Keith Goldhanger covered every angle.

Standon Calling 2018 – Festival preview

Louder Than War's Keith Goldhanger previews Standon Calling 2018 and provides a look at some of the bands appearing at this family friendly festival.

Standon Calling 2017 – Festival review

Standon Calling Festival. Keith Goldhanger reports on the festival that began as a birthday barbecue and transformed slowly over the years into a full blown party.

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