Tag: Bob Harris

Live: Joy Festival @ Groombridge Place

Joy Festival is held in the amazing grounds and woodlands of Groombridge Place which is set near the town of Royal Tunbridge Wells. If you are a parent you would probably know this location with its giant swings hanging from the trees hidden on the trails in the woods, the large pirate ship in the adventure playground, the enormous boardwalk, boat rides along the serene wooded river and picnics with the peacocks in the formal gardens. In essence, the festival is aimed at its regular visitors from far and wide. When arriving, you are warmly greeted by box-office staff...

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Sound Premiere: Hunter & The Bear, Oh Daisy.

Oh Daisy is the brilliant new single from Hunter & The Bear.  Recently they have shared quality airtime on Bob Harris’s BBC Radio 2 show, to an unbeatable slot supporting Eric Clapton on his arena tour, the band’s deft employment of hard rock riffs and melodic song-craft has seen them championed by some of the biggest names in music. Oh Daisy delivers as much force in its electrifying instrumentation as it does in its anthemic chorus. All the band’s celebrated hallmarks are there: the bold and biting guitar tones; the richly textured harmonies; and of course the epic and soaring melodies that are...

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Rock Media: Callaghan. Best Year.

After an impressive four years of success in the States, British born singer songwriter Callaghan finally makes her UK debut in February 2015, with Best Year, the exuberant first single from her upcoming album A History Of Now. ‘It’s about me taking a leap of faith,’ says Callaghan. ‘Tearing up the rule book and moving a thousand miles from home. Everyone at some point in their life makes a momentous decision and ventures into the unknown, getting on that plane to Atlanta was mine.’ Written about Callaghan’s arrival in the US, ‘Best Year’ is brimming with optimism, perfectly capturing...

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Interview: Sam Baker. Survivor Turned Storyteller.

Texan-born Sam Baker released Say Grace last year and it went on to become one of the most critically acclaimed albums of 2013, with Rolling Stone magazine naming it in their top five country albums of the year. Say Grace was his fourth album, but Baker’s music career has taken off relatively late after working on construction sites most of his life. He survived a near-death experience in 1986 when a train he was travelling on to Machu Picchu in Peru was blown up by a bomb left on board by Shining Path guerrillas. After experiencing such a traumatic...

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