https://aata.dev/wp-content/uploads/2023/10/3-11.jpg 644 1000 Norman Warwick https://aata.dev/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/newlogo.png Norman Warwick2023-10-31 07:00:002023-10-23 08:35:44CANARI FESTIVAL COMING TOGETHER
The first edition of Canari will focus on two islands: Lanzarote and La Graciosa. Between vineyards and volcanoes, we will enjoy unique experiences, concerts in natural landscapes and activities linked to heritage to get to know and enjoy the territory from a cultural and sustainable perspective
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songs he acknowledges writers like Townes Van Zandt who, like Chip Taylor himself, seemed too good to be commercial (although that phrase surely doesn´t, (and nor should it), exist.
https://aata.dev/wp-content/uploads/2023/10/pass-it-on-23.jpg 193 261 Norman Warwick https://aata.dev/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/newlogo.png Norman Warwick2023-10-29 07:13:532023-10-29 10:09:50Sidetracks And Detours present PASS IT ON weekly walkabout 24: Sunday 29th October 2023
The bell has already struck a sound with me, perhaps because the lyrics tell the story about my son ringing in the new year on the church bells at St Peter's Church Langtoft East Yorkshire with my father! It was snowing, we'd been in the garden building a snowman and playing with sparklers! It was such a magical night!
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This book sets the record straight about The Band: who they were and how they changed modern society."
https://aata.dev/wp-content/uploads/2023/10/cover.jpg 194 259 Norman Warwick https://aata.dev/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/newlogo.png Norman Warwick2023-10-26 09:00:002023-10-05 10:19:07THE SONGS OF NANCI GRIFFITH
Perhaps her most popular recording to date, 1994's Flyer (left) featured a mix of rock and folk. She enlisted Peter Buck (R.E.M), Larry Mullen Jr. and Adam Clayton (both of U2), The Indigo Girls and others.
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"Americana exists so honest people can make real music that defies needing smash hits. It's about good songs that show people how art can improve their lives,"
https://aata.dev/wp-content/uploads/2023/10/cover.webp 600 900 Norman Warwick https://aata.dev/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/newlogo.png Norman Warwick2023-10-24 07:00:002023-10-03 14:16:50PICCADILLY RADIO: going ga ga at fifty !
“For the Record – Celebrating Piccadilly Radio’s 50th Anniversary” is a nostalgic time machine that transports readers to an era of iconic jingles, beloved presenters, and unforgettable moments.
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Daddy is very different from The Girls, its style more crisp than the earlier novel’s dreaminess. But it does share with its predecessor a feeling of dread: in every story, there is a heavy sense of a shoe about to drop
https://aata.dev/wp-content/uploads/2023/10/pass-it-on-18.jpg 193 261 Norman Warwick https://aata.dev/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/newlogo.png Norman Warwick2023-10-22 07:07:002023-10-24 06:58:59Sidetracks And Detours present PASS IT ON weekly walkabout 23 Sunday 22nd October 2023
my mind recently cast back to Sunday 15th October 1989 when John Stewart appeared with Hugh Moffatt as support at the Flying Picket in Liverpool-a gig which Geoff Davies promoted.
https://aata.dev/wp-content/uploads/2023/09/4-19.jpg 194 259 Norman Warwick https://aata.dev/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/newlogo.png Norman Warwick2023-10-20 07:00:002023-10-18 18:33:06TOM WAITS LIKE A SONG-NOIR AMONG THE BOOKS
: from his soft, folk-inflected debut, Closing Time in 1973, to the abrasive, surreal Swordfishtrombones in 1983.