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My kid wants to learn the guitar….what do I do?

Posted by on Nov 10, 2013 in Educational, Featured, Regular Sections | 0 comments

We get asked this question a lot by friends and so we made a little cartoon to walk you through it. Obviously we recommend that anyone and everyone learns to play an instrument (guitar hero doesn’t count) and this advice applies to all folks and not just kids…

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Thatcher’s musical legacy, she wouldn’t have liked it.

Posted by on Apr 10, 2013 in 80's | 0 comments

Loved and hated in equal measure Margaret Thatcher probably provoked more vitriol and menace from the ‘poparazzi’ of the day than any other British prime minister.

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Music for music sake

Posted by on Jan 13, 2013 in 00's, Educational, Pop, Soul | 0 comments

There is more than one Trevor Fisher on this here website. The other Trevor Fisher is the real deal, 20 years plus as a writer (Chrysalis Music) and a recording artist (Warner Brothers) all the way to being an artist manager, producer and studio owner. This is his first op ed piece for us and he’s not a happy camper about the current state the industry he loves so much, youngsters ‘listen up’ it’s a call to arms.

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In your face and on the floor too….Snarky Puppy

Posted by on Jan 2, 2013 in Curveballs, Featured, Funk, Genres, Jazz, Proper R 'n' B, Soul | 0 comments

Snarky Puppy – Solid grooves, great hooks and stunning improvisation will tingle the tits and testicles of most actual musicians, from the tight as a gnats chuff (official musical term) rhythm section laying it down like they mean it

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I was Morriseys drummer, just too funny.

Posted by on Dec 27, 2012 in 80's, Documentaries, Madchestoh! | 0 comments

This could be the funniest radio documentary ever made. It’s about how Andrew McGibbon ended up drumming on Morrisey’s ‘Viva Hate’ album instead of going on tour with novelty song act The Baron Nights? This is a great laugh out loud story & gives a wonderful insight into Morrisey…

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