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INTERVIEW: Alan Nimmo

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Alan Nimmo, lead singer, songwriter and guitarist with rock blues band King King, chats with Kevin Cooper about their live show at The Berkeley Studio in Glasgow, working with his new line up, presenting Rock & Pop With Alan Nimmo on Paisley FM 107.5 and the release of their latest album, Mav ...
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ALBUM REVIEW: DANIEL O’DONNELL – DANIEL

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 There was a time when ladies young and old would camp outside venues for at least a week before hand to ensure that they managed to get a ticket to see Daniel O’Donnell perform live. Today in these uncertain times there are no live performances and queuing for tickets is certainly a thing of ...
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ALBUM REVIEW: EAGLES – LIVE FROM THE FORUM MMXXV111

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Live From The Forum is the Eagles’ third live album and it records the concerts performed at The Forum in Inglewood California that took place over three nights in September 2018, although it does feel like one complete show.With the passing of Glenn Frey in 2016, it was wondered if boots would be ...
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ALBUM REVIEW: GREGORY PORTER – ALL RISE

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American gospel singer Gregory Porter first made a splash when in 2011 he was given a spot on Later With Jools Holland. The following year he was introduced by Jamie Cullum at the Cheltenham Jazz Festival, and such was his meteoric rise that a few years later he was selling out The Royal Albert Hall ...
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INTERVIEW: Daniel O’Donnell

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Daniel O’Donnell, MBE, singer, television presenter and philanthropist chats with Kevin Cooper about his performance of Remember Me on The Late, Late Show, recording Ed Sheeran’s Perfect, streaming his first live internet concert and the release of his latest album, Daniel.Daniel O'Don ...
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ALBUM REVIEW: TRAVIS – 10 SONGS

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Since the Covid-19 pandemic put a stop to live concerts anyone starved of their musical rush has had to rely upon the release of a plethora of new material and Travis is no exception with their ninth studio album, 10 Songs.Simply titled it is what it says on the tin, ten songs that showcase good son ...
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INTERVIEW: Chris Difford

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Chris Difford, English singer, songwriter, record producer and founding member of Squeeze, chats with Kevin Cooper about life during the lockdown, the state of the music industry, what he would say to our politicians, and his latest project, Chris Difford’s Song Club, an album released to raise ...
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ALBUM REVIEW: SLADE – CUM ON FEEL THE HITZ

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Formed in Wolverhampton in 1966, and with a chart career that spanned three decades, Slade are known as the beacons of light on the 70s social landscape as they belted out their thoroughly enjoyable stomping rock ‘n’ roll anthems.The release of Cum On Feel The Hitz is a superlative and comprehen ...
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ALBUM REVIEW: PRINCE – SIGN O’ THE TIMES (REMASTERED)

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In 1987 Prince finally released his ninth studio album, Sign O’ The Times, which was largely created over a period of eighteen months but includes songs that date back as far as 1979. The final sixteen tracks are just some of the countless songs that he recorded in his most prolific period and whi ...
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ALBUM REVIEW: ROBERT PLANT – DIGGING DEEP : SUBTERRANEA

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Robert Plant was best known as being the charismatic rock and roll front man of Led Zeppelin from 1968 until the band broke up in 1980, when it was assumed that he would continue with his career in the same vein. Instead he went on to create a hugely diverse body of work that has touched on many gen ...
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