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Art in Liverpool FMDo us a favour - Create a new tune for the Art in Liverpool podcast for us

Since the early days of the Art in Liverpool podcast we have used the same introductory tune, it has a good rhythm and fits together well with the other audio. But now we are looking for a new introductory tune and appropriate outro for the show.

Monday, 19 April 2010 11:52

Deaf School survive the Everyman

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Deaf School played the Liverpool Everyman on Saturday 17th April in aid of Eric Shark who had died recently after a long illness.

 

They were joined by Kevin Rowland, Suggs, Ian Broudie, Lee Thompson, Pete Wylie plus a host of other friends and family to pay the tribute to Eric.

Wednesday, 14 October 2009 15:16

Free Rock & Roll Radio News...

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Free Rock and Roll will be broadcasting the next Free Rock & Roll Radio Show next week. We need your tracks.Please send your mp3's to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  

 

Saturday, 12 September 2009 08:08

Working class music Festival- ON NOW

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working class12th – 16th SEPTEMBER 2009 @ The Picket, Jordan Street, Liverpool

The working Class music festival promoting songs of struggle, protest and social justice

The only annual music festival of its kind in Europe is on now with a Fantastic line up from John Prescots favourite's Chumbawamba, Amsterdam, the Trestles and more.

See the full fantastic line up below

Tuesday, 01 September 2009 15:00

The Cadillac Tapes from Deaf School

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Deaf SchoolNow available from the Deaf School website

When the National Museums Liverpool began to carry out research in preparation for the excellent The Beat Goes On exhibition, one of the first people they turned to for guidance was Deaf School's very own Enrico Cadillac Junior.  

These conversations were taped and they have been given permission to feature some of them on their site, listen and sign up for their newsletter and blog pages.

 

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The new underground

 The debut album by Pete Bentham & The Dinner Ladies 'The New Underground' on Free Rock & Roll Records.

What the media have said...   "Classic. These tunes could be sung into hairbrushes from Birkenhead To Bangkok". Slacker Sounds

"Like a way more fun version of Pulp and a Victoria Wood sketch all rolled into one. What's not to love?" Spoonfed 

 Ten Tracks of Witty, Kitchen Sink Punk Rock & Roll from Merseyside. This is Kitchencore!
www.myspace.com/petebenthamandthedinnerladies

Buy the album here for just £6 inc. P & P. GO HERE AND HIT THE PAY PAL BUTTON

 

Friday, 28 August 2009 17:35

The Blow Monkeys Tour

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Blow MOnkeysThe Travelin' Souls Tour September

"Musicians with fire in their bellies...flashes of brilliance" Mojo

Following the success of their first studio album and tour in 18 years - the critically acclaimed, ‘fan-funded’ Devil’s Tavern - The Blow Monkeys come together again for a ten date tour in September ending at Liverpool Live Lounge on Sunday 13th September, with full tour support from the Kate Rogers Band from Canada.

Monday, 24 August 2009 20:57

We Can Make The World Stop

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album cover New Album from Alun Parry

Alun today released his latest  album We Can Make The World Stop - (available from all good stockists)

You can now buy or order the album from any store in the UK. You can also buy it now online here, or at Amazon.

"It features twelve blistering tracks, and for those like me who like to listen before we buy you can listen online."

Buy the album and if you can, come along to the Working Class Music Festival in September.

 

Wednesday, 10 June 2009 22:11

Red Letter Day for Liverpool Band

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Letters in Red

 Our old friend Graham Holland describes 'Letters in Red are ones to watch'

Award-winning Liverpool band LETTERS IN RED release their debut single FEEL ME, on Homegrown Records.

Feel Me is the sound of Letters in Red truly coming into their own; subtly blending their brand of acoustic folk with beats, synths and strings to create a lush and spacious backdrop for the evocative vocals - cinematic in scope.

The Department for Culture, Media and Sport has opened the first government funded professionally equipped music rehearsal space in the country, at the Knotty Ash Youth and Community Centre in Liverpool. This two music rooms will enable young bands to practice.

Culture Secretary Andy Burnham commented 'The rehearsal spaces at Knotty Ash are a fantastic new resource, providing a great leisure facility for young people and the chance to get experience in a whole range of areas that might lead to a career in the creative industries. This is just the beginning. Spaces owned by local authorities around the country are being transformed with Government money, and member companies of the Music Industries Association have been very generous in providing cut price instruments.'
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