In March 2020 the world took taking drastic measures to combat the Coronavirus, and the radio studio from which we had broadcast our weekly show was closed, but that doesn’t stop us from continuing our interviews with some of the world’s best-known musicians and industry professionals, as well as new local talent. Below are all …
On 8th April, during the UK’s Covid-19 lockdown, Geoff was interviewed from home by Express FM DJ Ian James.
This week’s interviews were with singer-songwriter Phil Saatchi and producer Phil Wainman, who has worked with The Sweet, Mud, XTC and the Bay City Rollers amongst others. Phil Saatchi. Phil Wainman.
It was a busy night with studio guests being Bournemouth-based singer-songwriter Tim Somerfield and Matt & Mel from ‘Live And Unheard’, plus we spoke to Conor Gaffney on the phone. Tim Somerfield. Matt & Mel. Conor Gaffney.
On 3rd February our phone lines were jammed with big names – Merrill Osmond, Paul Carrack and Steve Harley. Merrill Osmond from The Osmonds. Paul Carrack. Steve Harley.
It was a busy show on 27th January, with four guests on the phone. Ken Brown from 70s band Consortium. John Steel from The Animals & Friends. Thomas Kercheval from WKW, a side project of Big Country. Mike Figgis, director of a documentary about Ronnie Wood called ‘Somebody Up There Likes Me’.
This week we had the pleasure of being joined by Olly Ollson from the New Forest, in the South of the UK, plus we spoke to Angelo Tristan from the band Collateral on the phone. Olly Ollson. Angelo Tristan.
This week we had Angelina Grimshaw live in the studio, and chatted with Danielz from T.Rextasy and James Cole from The Classic Rock Show on the phone. Angelina Grimshaw. Danielz. James Cole.
We started the new year by chatting to Rob Davis from Mud.
In our final show before Christmas, Geoff enjoyed a live session with local band Regent and chatted with the author Paul Rusling on the phone. Regent live in the studio. Paul Rusling. Geoff introduces ‘My Kind of Christmas’ by Cats In Space. Geoff introduces ‘Lonely Christmas’ by John Carr. Geoff introduces ‘Kickin’ The Can’ by …