Q&A With Poet & Comedian Rob Auton Ahead Of His Show @ The Old Market Brighton
A clip of award-winning poet and comedian Rob Auton
performing on Comedy Central has recently gone viral
with nearly four million views on Facebook.
Talk Is Cheap: Keith Richards Remembers The Time He Filled The Gap in the Rolling Stones Downtime
In 1988 Sussex resident Keith Richards
released his first ever solo album, Talk Is Cheap
, an eleven track masterclass in everything rock 'n' roll.
Sam Morrow's New Album Concrete & Mud Should Cement His Place As A Must See Live Performer
Brighton-bound Sam Morrow's Concrete and Mud
is a confident album, rooted in Texas twang, southern stomp, and old-school funky-tonk.
Interview: Faith Eliott Riffs On Snakes In Glass Boxes For Her First Tale Of Medieval Beasts Folklore & Magic Realism
The concept for the debut album from Faith Eliott
came about via Faith's interest in medieval bestiaries
, which are illustrated compendiums of animals.
Interview: The Young’uns Tell The Tale Behind The Making Of The Ballad of Johnny Longstaff
The Ballad of Johnny Longstaff
is the story of one man's adventure from begging on the streets in the north of England to fighting against fascism
in the Spanish Civil War, taking in the Hunger Marches and the Battle of Cable Street.
Interview: Progressive Rock Linchpin Steve Hackett Talks Genesis, Creativity, Travel & The Future
Brighton-based musician, promoter and studio owner, Stuart Avis
, recently sat down with Steve Hackett,
who, as one fifth of Genesis during their 1970's prime prog phase, has gone on to build himself a reputation as one of rock's leading and most innovative guitarists.
Back To Earth: Cat Stevens' Final Album Before Stepping Out Of The Spotlight Gets Expanded Re-Evaluation
In 1978, after having sold millions of records and become one of the biggest international artists of the 1970s, Cat Stevens
decided to step out of the rock star spotlight and walk away
. That year, he was to release his final album
under that name.
James McLure's Double Bill Dissection Of Post-Vietnam Relationships Plays @ Brighton's New Venture Theatre
Written just a year apart, Lone Star
in 1979, Laundry & Bourbon
in 1980, the plays share the same setting, themes and connected characters and, not surprisingly, are usually presented on the same bill.