SUNDAY EVENING JUKEBOX PARTY!
After spending a pleasant hour or so at The Wickham Arms in Chichester yesterday evening with Tony Smith of Angel Radio reminiscing about the very early days of the then Angel FM, while being filmed by German TV, I thought I would post a photo of myself from those early days instead of the usual Jukebox image. Anyway back to present day and my show tonight will be more fast moving than normal and will be full of classic rock, mixed in with a healthy sprinkling of local talent. I would like to hear about and feature some of your favourite classic rock tracks too, so please leave them below or e-mail ‘email@example.com’
Coming into the studio for a live interview will be Thee DB3, talking about their music, history, inspiration and future plans. Please share it on your time line with your friends, and spread the word.
AN ON AIR PARTY WITH THE LO-FI REBELS!
I must thank The Lo-Fi Rebels for joining me in the studio last night for my Sunday Evening Jukebox Party. Dave Aston & Lesley Aston from ‘Nod Ya Head’ also came along too and great fun was had by all. You will be hearing more from Lo-Fi Rebels on The Flash over the coming months, and about future live music events in Fareham, organised by ‘Nod Ya Head’. In the photo we have (from left to right) Matt Piper, Craig Marshall (Bon Jovi lookalike), and Jake Willmott of Lo-Fi Rebels, and Dave Aston & Lesley Aston.
BIG BLUE CAR’ ON THE FLASH!.
I would like to thank local musician and songwriter Kev Williams for joining me on my ‘Sunday Evening Jukebox Party’ programme on 30th September. Kev shared some favourite tracks that have influenced him over the years, and more importantly his own breathtaking recordings. Kev writes, sings, and plays all the instruments within his recordings under the banner ‘Big Blue Car’, and you will be hearing more from his music over the coming months.
It was apt to find out that his early musical life was spent practicing with a band at the Point 7 Club, which used to stand in Leigh Park and near to our studio.