Musical influences, tales from the road and stage, and the occasional ‘name dropping’ from the band members and session musicians who performed and recorded with ‘household’ name bands and artists.
Sunbirds - The Dave Hemingway and Phil Barton Interview
In this bonus special episode, we interview Dave Hemingway of the Beautiful South and guitarist Phil Barton, who discuss their new band 'Sunbirds' and their debut album 'Cool to be Kind'. It's a great album and we play clips from three of the songs from...
Tessa Niles - The Voice behind music's greatest stars - Part 2
This is the second episode, in a two part interview with Tessa Niles, a UK female vocalist who has performed and recorded with some of music’s greatest stars including Eric Clapton, George Harrison, David Bowie, Tina Turner, The Police and Robbie...
Tessa Niles - The Voice behind music's greatest stars - Part 1
This is the first episode, in a two part interview with Tessa Niles, a UK female vocalist who has performed and recorded with some of music’s greatest stars including Eric Clapton, George Harrison, David Bowie, Tina Turner, The Police and Robbie...
Lee Wylding - Singer/Songwriter from The Far North
In this special episode, we interview Singer/Songwriter Lee Wylding from the band "The Far North".Lee joined me to discuss their debut album "Songs for Gentle Souls" which was released on 20th November 2020.Special thanks to Lee for being our guest in...
Nigel Spennewyn - Guitarist, Chandler Guitars and Suhr Guitars
In this episode, we interview Nigel Spennewyn, UK Guitarist, whose performance and recording credits include Elkie Brooks and Joe Cocker. He has previously worked for Chandler Guitars, Fender, Line 6 and Korg, and he is currently the International Sales...
Alison Wheeler - Singer with The Beautiful South and The South
In this episode, we interview Alison Wheeler, female vocalist for The Beautiful South between 2003 and 2007. Since then, she’s been the female vocalist with The South, performing all over the UK and recording their album “Sweet Refrains”. In 2010, she...
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As a singer in lockdown with no gigs I’ve been after time-fillers, and particularly those that connect me back to what I love doing. The episodes in this podcast are around 20 minutes long which is great for someone like me who doesn’t have the greatest attention span. I love a good podcast but my heart always sinks when I see something is an hour and a half long, I just switch off - so this is perfect. The content is great too, I love that you’re hearing from those in the business that are the support guys, the musicians, the backing singers, some who had a small taste of fame. These are stories you won’t normally hear. Someone will just casually throw in that they played with Prince or jammed with Freddie Mercury. I’m really enjoying this podcast and looking forward to new episodes. Keep them coming!
Great show, loving the interviews
Some really good guests on this show, they may not be names you necessarily recognise but really interesting and entertaining stories.
Good job they are only 20ish minutes because time really flies when listening to these.
Loved the episodes with Russell Gilbrook and Trevor Newnham, really interesting stories - can’t wait to listen to more