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MERRY Hell will create a little bit of folk heaven with another rebel rousing set in Clitheroe on Saturday Boasting a potent brew of fresh songs and a fiery live spirit, the Lancashire seven-piece has emerged from the ashes of Wigan’s Tansads, with their trademark anthems, whistle and flutes and a dollop of roustabout English Roots, still very much intact.
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Eliza And The Bear are a five-piece band consisting of James Kellegher, Callie Noakes, Martin Dukelow, Chris Brand and Paul Kevin Jackson, who have a date in Preston next month Here, they chat about wanting the best, growing up, and learning to sing
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A DASH of 1940s classics, a sprinkling of boogie-woogie, some jump jazz and blues . . . the Swing Commanders are coming home for a festive jive at Clitheroe’s Grand Theatre next week, boasting a fresh line-up.
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TIM V, lead singer with Sham 69, is proud of his punk roots. A friend of the late, great Joe Strummer, he was around when the first stirrings of musical rebellion were felt around the UK but he is quick to stress that music he makes now is not a museum piece.
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THE Strawbs’ founding father Dave Cousins tells a hilarious rock and roll story about when, just as the Sixties turned to the Seventies, a fresh-faced keyboard player by the name of Rick Wakeman joined the band.
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BOMBINO’S raw-edged, rock and blues take on traditional Tuareg music has won him a global audience, and through times of conflict and exile in the desert dunes of Niger his music was a constant companion.
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THE West End comes to King George’s Hall, Blackburn, on Saturday, November 9, when international soloist Margaret Preece will lead Blackburn Music Society and Central Youth Choir in an Opera Gala Concert in celebration of the society’s 80th season.
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JUST sitting with Mick Spencer, talking and drinking tea in the kitchen of his Blackburn home, does more to rekindle the old deep enthusiasm for rock music than the swirl of incoherent energy that is the predominant language of some of today’s X-Factor style pop gibberish.
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HIS voice has taken him around the world, given him four UK number one singles, he’s sold 3.5 million records, and released three albums, yet speaking to Gareth Gates over the telephone, you would never think it was possible.
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