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Knees-ups, Touring and Fan Art

Hello! Annie here with a bit of news and a bit of fun.

Bern and I are in the midst of recording our upcoming single. It’s a knees-up, with whistling, sixties-style “bup-ba-da-dah” sections, two key changes, Bern singing and me impersonating a trumpet (or perhaps a chicken). 144 woorden meer


Before The Beatles – Billy Fury! (Wondrous Place)

The immortal Thom Hickey reminds us of a forgotten great in British rock & roll. I was delighted to find a statue of Billy Fury in my trip to Liverpool last June: 19 woorden meer


1956 - Lonnie Donegan - Showcase

Cover Critique: A phoned-in cover. Snap a picture of him in the studio, run a filter, scatter all the song titles around the high visibility areas. 1.008 woorden meer

Music Reviews

Dear Diary - Page 34

My interest in music was now well under way and so complimentary tickets to see solo artists and groups at the Embassy Theatre were of great interest. 394 woorden meer




 The perspective of the past is a strange animal.

Recently I’ve been racking my brains to come up with little stories about my childhood, right up to the end of my teens. 982 woorden meer


0849 When The Sun Goes Down - Lonnie Donegan’s Skiffle Group With Chris Barber (1955)

Also known as In The Evening, this song was written by Lerory Carr. It was first recorded by him in 1935. Since then it has been recorded by Red Nelson, Wynonie Harris, Ella Fitzgerald, and Ray Charles among others. 65 woorden meer


Bubblegum Music

I first discovered pop at a high point of bubblegum musicKazenetz and Katz were cranking out hit after hit with their stable of artists on Buddah Records. 307 woorden meer

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