The Korgis, featuring James Warren, perform at the iconic 100 Club. Enjoy the new slick 5-piece band and trio of backing vocalists performing all the favourites plus great new material.
15/03/19 – The 100 Club, Century House, Oxford St, London W1D 1LL – Buy Tickets
X FACTOR versus FOX FACTOR
In recent weeks Brush Manor has been a hive of activity with many movers and shakers from the music business coming and going. The reason can now be revealed BASIL BRUSH, everybody’s favourite Fox has recorded an amazing Christmas single and accompanying video in aid of The Shooting Star Children’s Hospice.
Basil’s stunning version of “White Christmas”, the best known song of all time has been tipped by many to be a strong contender for this year’s No. 1. Basil himself commented “Never mind X Factor, this year it’s all about Fox Factor”.
A spokesperson for Shooting Star Chase said “Basil came to see all the children and they absolutely loved him, so they are thrilled that his White Christmas is especially for them”.
The video (produced by Chris Clark) is packed with all the seasonal goodies, and the single was produced by Mark Eldridge who has worked with artist such as Sting and Gary Numan.
Basil is appearing the in the pantomime DICK WHITTINGTON which runs from 23rd November to 6th January 2019 at Theatre Royal, Windsor.
Catch Mo Foster & Friends performing live:
• The Half Moon in Putney on Wed 9th January 2019 – Click here to book tickets
• The Hidden Rooms in Cambridge on Thurs 31st January 2019 – Click here to book tickets
Stephen SPAZ Schnee chats with British musician Jerry T. Jones (AKA Lushi) from GLAMWEAZEL about their new compilation album The Great Unknown plus his time as one of the driving forces behind ’80s band ONE THE JUGGLER. He talks about working with Mick Ronson, being influenced by David Bowie and the Kinks and so much more!
Interview from the BEACH BLANKET FORT BINGO podcast: www.buzzsprout.com/158544
In 2016, the legendary guitarist and composer Gordon Giltrap underwent two lots of major surgery at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham. He recovered remarkably well from both surgeries and has since been able to return to his life as a working musician.
Gordon decided as a way of saying thank you to the surgeons and nursing team at the hospital, he would create an album from a previous release with additional new tracks to raise money for the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham Charity.
The end result is a remarkable work entitled Heartsongs featuring major artists from the rock world who played on the opening track and the closing track. Names familiar to many like, Brian May of Queen, Midge Ure, Steve Howe from Yes, Neil Murray from Black Sabbath, Simon Phillips from Toto, and last but not least that national treasure Rick Wakeman.
Whilst putting the album together Gordon’s son Jamie tragically passed away. This album is dedicated to his memory.
“Souled Out” is taken from Glamweazel’s forthcoming album “The Great Unknown”, released in September on Angel Air Records.
“Neil Young In The Dark” is taken from The Ugly Guys’ new album “Senior Moments”, available from Angel Air Records.