Sidetracks & Detours

Sidetracks & Detours

We invite you to follow your art down our sidetracks and detours through the arts, as we walk the walk and talk the talk,  questioning what we see and hear. We will travel from Argentina to Zimbabwe and from Appalachian mountain music to Zumba rhythms.

We will watch  the circus roll into town and we will stroll around local art galleries. We will read poetry and prose and watch drama and dance. We will Lendanear to beautiful music and if we hear of something new we will pass it on.

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Today on SIDETRACKS & DETOURS

Monday 27th September

I walk the sidetracks & detours of Americana music, but I also like folk, blues, jazz, pop and classical. I was reminded, though, by a recent article in the wonderful free subscription outlet, Songfacts, that I also like reggae ! Come follow your art down sidetracks & detours and join us as Maxi Priest speaks openly to that magazine about the likes of Jim Reeves, Jim Hendrix, Shaggy and Robin Trower of Procul Harem, an English rock band formed in 1967. Their best-known recording is the 1967 hit single A Whiter Shade of Pale, one of the few singles to have sold over 10 million copies. Although noted for their baroque and classical influence, Procol Harum’s music is described as psychedelic rock and proto-prog. Looks like we´ll be taking the road less travelled once again.

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