Interviews from 29th July include Paul Hurst of The Jokers, Andy Fraser of Free, Chris Farlowe, Circuit 21 along with Sandy Newman of Marmalade.
The Jokers burst out of the starting blocks with their debut album, ‘The Big Rock ‘N’ Roll Show’, in 2009, and then spent two years on the road building a substantial live following supporting the likes of Hawkwind, Y&T, Joe Elliot & The Down N Outz, Argent, Anvil and Fozzy. The Jokers are; Wane Parry (Vocals) Paul Hurst (Guitarist) Simon Hurst (Bass) Chris Poole (Drums).
Andy Fraser is an English songwriter and bass guitarist whose career has lasted over forty years and includes a notable period as one of the founding members, in 1968, at age 15, of the rock band Free. Fraser’s most famous compositions remain “All Right Now”, with “Every Kinda People”, which Robert Palmer recorded in 1978 for his Double Fun album.
Chris Farlowe is an English rock, blues and soul singer. He is best known for his hit single “Out of Time”, which rose to number one in the UK Singles Chart in 1966, and his association with Colosseum and the Thunderbirds. Outside his music career, Farlowe collects war memorabilia.
Circuit21 front man Robert Brown was born and bred in Belfas – a city he grew up, lives in and still, to this day takes inspiration from. He is still a member of the National Youth Theatre of Great Britain he has moved extensively around the globe garnering many fantastic and enlightening experiences from his travels.
Sandy Newman is the long serving singer/front man and lead guitarist of the internationally acclaimed band ‘Marmalade’ whose successes include Reflections of my Life, Rainbow, Loving Things, Cousin Norman, Radancer, Falling Apart At The Seams and Ob-La-Di Ob-La-Da, amongst others.
Paul Hurst of The Jokers
Andy Fraser of Free (Live in Studio)
Sandy Newman of Marmalade