Currently touring the UK, including an appearance at Cwmbran’s Congress Theatre, 1960s chart-topper Frank Ifield chats to Andy Howells
“We felt We’d only carry on if people wanted to come out and see us and they have done. Be it seeing The South or not seeing The Beautiful South but mainly seeing what we are doing.” – Gaz Birtles of The South
Vocalist Lisa Kekaula recently answered our questions about the bands latest work.
Andy Howells chats to Bad Manners’ frontman Buster Bloodvessel about been parodied by a comedy great – Ronnie Barker! Ronnie Barker and Ronnie Corbett, The Two Ronnies were a regular fixture on UK television between 1971 and 1987 and along with Morecambe and Wise, The Two Ronnies TV specials became one of the essential must-seeContinue reading “At Christmas: Buster Bloodvessel Remembers The Two Ronnies’ Bad Manners Parody”
Bad Manners charismatic frontman, Buster Bloodvessel chats to Andy Howells.
A rare insight into legendary Tyneside group Lindisfarne comes to Newport tonight when two time served members of the group, drummer Ray Laidlaw and vocalist Billy Mitchell tell The Lindisfarne Story. Founder members Alan Hull, Rod Clements, Ray Jackson, Simon Cowe & Ray Laidlaw – exploded onto the UK music scene in 1970 with aContinue reading “Ray Laidlaw Talks About The Lindisfarne Story”
Andy Howells, a lifelong fan of Basil, recently got a chance to put questions to the cunning Brush.
Andy Howells speaks to Jasmyn Banks about her role in One Man, Two Guvnors.
Andy Howells chats to actress and singer, Diana Vickers