Interviews from 27th October include Rosie Cunningham live in the studio, Rick Vito of Fleetwood Mac, Philip Wright of Paper Lace, along with Micheky Gallagher of The Animals and The Blockheads.
Ever since she could speak, Rosie Cunningham has had a passion for music and singing. Since honing her skills at the infamous Brighton Institute of Modern Music (BIMM) Rosie has further developed as a performer by providing vocals for various artists such as Blues/Soul artist, Jo Harman, “The Earthquakes” and Brit award winner, Tom Odell. These opportunities have taken Rosie to the Great Escape festival, Secret Garden Party and to Holland where she performed to 200,000 people at the Pop Park festival which was also broadcast on Dutch TV.
Rick Vito is an American guitarist and singer. He was part of Fleetwood Mac between 1987 and 1991, taking over as lead guitarist after Lindsey Buckingham left. He is best known for his blues and slide guitar style, whose influences include Elmore James, Robert Nighthawk, B.B. King, Alvino Rey, Les Paul, Mohan Bhatt, George Harrison and Keith Richards.
Paper Lace are a Nottingham-based pop group who rose to sudden success in 1974. Their best known songs are “Billy Don’t Be a Hero” and “The Night Chicago Died”. The core of the band originally formed in 1967 as Music Box, but changed their name to Paper Lace in 1969.
Mick Gallagher is a British Hammond organ player and best known as a member of Ian Dury and the Blockheads and for his contributions to albums by the Clash. He has also written music for films such as Extremes (1971) and After Midnight (1990), also the Broadway play Serious Money (1988). More recently he returned to perform with The Blockheads and John Steel’s The Animals and Friends.
Rosie Cunningham (Live in the Studio)
Rick Vito of Fleetwood Mac
Philip Wright of Paper Lace