Philippe Cohen Solal and Mike Lindsay are set to release the brand-new album Outsider on Friday 5th February 2021 on ¡Ya Basta! Records. Inspired by America’s most celebrated Outsider artist Henry Darger the album promises lush, twisted 1950s/60s Americana with stunning, vintage analogue instrumentation transporting the listener into panoramic realms. The album is a musicalContinue reading “My Music DNA: Philippe Cohen Solal”
If you want to combat lock down blues with laughter, Chapter Arts Centre have an antidote on offer with a stellar line-up for their next virtual comedy gig, hosted by Welsh comedian Robin Morgan.
Despite the recent hardships faced by the music industry in Wales, Forté Project, an artist development scheme for emerging musicians, has announced that KINGKHAN, Hemes, Mojo JNR, The Honest Poet and Mari Mathias from South Wales have been selected to embark on its 2021 programme alongside five other artists.
Singer/Songwriter Volenté reveals her Music DNA to Andy Howells.
A new series of online one-off concerts featuring top stars from the world of musical theatre has been announced by Lambert Jackson Productions. The Leave a Light On series commences this week and two of South Wales’ best musical theatre performers, Lauren Drew and Lucie Jones will be headlining their own performances.
West End star, Matt Croke, noted for his critically acclaimed performance in the title role of Disney’s Aladdin at the Prince Edward Theatre, takes centre stage as a contestant in this year’s hotly anticipated 10th series of The VOICE UK.
For this Throwback Thursday, we take a trip back to the early days of Rock N Roll thanks to Terrence McRann and his scrapbook of memories.
MonLife Heritage Museums’ new Introduction to Art History course commences online on Monday January 18th at 7pm with tutor, Eleanor Bird MA (Oxon) for a series of ten art appreciation classes at 7pm for a one-hour lecture on Zoom. Participants do not have to be local to sign up – you can join in from wherever you are in the world from the comfort of your own home.
Andy Howells pays tribute to Gerry Marsden MBE
Andy Howells reviews actor, David Barry’s memoir about working on the classic TV situation comedies Please Sir! and The Fenn Street Gang.