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Glastofrenzy is No Longer Worthy

I am probably about to commit a capital crime in the eyes of some. Apart from an excellent set last night by The Foo Fighters, most of what I have seen of Glastonbury over the last couple of days has been absolutely dire. A statement...

New Single: Ocean

This morning I woke up feeling somewhat broken. It’s what happens when an old person who thinks he’s still a teenager has several consecutive days of activity and late nights…and some whisky. As I sat in recovery mode in the living room looking out at...

Tea & Fascists

I remember once going absolutely ape at my Mum & Dad after I saw a British National Party leaflet on their coffee table. Two less likely fascists were you ever likely to meet. But the man at the door was such a nice man and...

A Dream Realised

Since the days I first saw a Fylde guitar I always wanted one. As a teenager I envied some of the musicians at the Fleetwood Folk Festival who played them, because even with my limited knowledge of guitars at that time you could tell they...

Viva Musica Will Be Bigger and Better in 2018!

That the gigs at The Fuse went so well on Saturday is not just down to the commitment and sense of collaboration of the performers. When it takes 7 months or more to put an event like that together, a lot of people become involved....

Coming Down from the Heights…

It is never certain that the plans we put into place are ever going to be realised, or that the things we put into place are going to work. The important thing is to try. Viva Musica at The Fuse on Saturday could not have...