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Steve Brown has been a presenter on Drystone Radio since early 2013. Bringing you an excellent selection of music from the past six decades. He also embraces the local and national music scene by regularly interviewing and inviting talent into the studio for live session. Steve previously produced and presented the ‘Late Show’ on Wednesday evening, before taking over ‘Drivetime’ from the wonderful and very talented Hollie Cooper. Steve can also be heard regularly bringing you live updates from Silsden AFC matches on the Sports Saturday Show. Now, Steve co-presents the new ‘Keighley Kicks’ sports show on a Wednesday night from 7pm, so new presenter to Drystone, James Proctor takes the lead for Drivetime on Wednesdays.
Contact them both via the usual ways, firstname.lastname@example.org, text 01138 590 690 and start your message with the word DRYSTONE, or, call the studio on the telephone number 01535 631167!
INTERVIEW WITH TERRY UTTLEY OF SMOKIE 11/11/14
INTERVIEW WITH JOAN ARMATRADING 04/11/14
INTERVIEW WITH JIMMY CRICKET 03/11/14
INTERVIEW WITH FOLK MUSICIAN JEZ LOWE 22/10/14
YOU CAN’T TAKE IT WITH YOU WHEN YOU GO
INTERVIEW WITH JUDY HAZELHURST FROM THE KEIGHLEY ROTARY CLUB 22/10/14
INTERVIEW WITH SIMON PACKHAM FROM “AND CHOCOLATE” IN HAWORTH 15/10/14
INTERVIEW WITH LOCAL AUTHOR ANNETTE BROWN 15/10/14
INTERVIEW WITH BILL ADAIR, SCOTTISH FOLK MUSICIAN 01/10/14
BILL ADAIR INTERVIEW
WHERE CAN A MINER GO
This is a fantastic song by the very talented Scottish folk singer, Bill Adair. The song is very real for me, as I grew up in a mining family during the early 1970s. My father Joseph Thomas Brown can be pictured in the centre of this photograph. Surrounded by his workmates, leaving Reedley pit in Burnley.
INTERVIEW WITH MARK WILSON, PARAGLIDING EXPERT 10/09/14
Mark has been flying for ten years and has traveled around Europe and Asia looking for the perfect flying experience. Mark completed two 100+km flights last year from Bradwell to the East coast and always finds himself well placed in the UK XC League. If its, flyable you will usually see Mark out on the hill, he.s an addict! Mark flies a Peak 2 (26) – Atlant and is aspiring to jump on the new Ice Peak 5 for next year. We are sure Mark will do some amazing flights this year with his comrades. Niviuk UK
MARK WILSON INTERVIEW
IN SESSION WITH NEW RENDITION – 03/09/14
New Rendition are an acoustic duo, Hayley & Liam from Pendle in the heart of Lancashire, who like to take times classics of good and bad music, giving it a twist to create their NEW RENDITION of the track and using exquisite vocal harmonies and loops to create a unique sound, New Rendition are becoming a sought after act.
FOLSOM PRISON BLUES
HIT THE ROAD JACK
IN THE STUDIO WITH LOCAL ARTIST LUCY ZIRINS
HOME FROM CHASING CLOCKS ALBUM
READY TO FALL
TALKING TO SILSDEN AFC MANAGER ANDY GEARY
Silsden AFC Manager Andy Geary
IN SESSION WITH SINGER/SONGWRITER JAY STANSFIELD 20/08/14
Jay Stansfield is an English-born songwriting storyteller in the great tradition of late 60’s pop, lyrically compelling, dark and tuneful.
Writes songs about people with tales of heroism, love, loss, death and life.
Multi-instrumentalist on his recordings and an acoustic driven lone wolf on the stage, Nelson born Jay Stansfield brings his songs and bursts out of his loving heart onto the stage in the hope of capturing anyone prepared to listen and feel.
He is also a Soundcloud Hero www.jaystansfield.co.uk
TRIALS & TRIBULATIONS
BUILDING A SHIELD
Nobody sleeps when The Young’uns are in town. They may have established their fast-growing reputation in the folk world with sublime a cappella harmonies, but the Teesside trio – Sean Cooney, Michael Hughes and David Eagle – are an unlikely force of nature on stage, beguiling audiences with irrepressible humour, bold vocals, gripping storylines and innate musicality. Describing their gigs as ‘absolute chaos’, they go on stage without set-lists, relying on infallible instinct and their unique rapport with audiences to deliver a killer show.
Their music is rooted fiercely in Teesside – specially, Stockton – where they first started singing together at the local folk club, although they spread their wings on their glorious 2012 album, When Our Grandfathers Said No, which includes a stomping French song, Pique la Baleine, a gorgeous unaccompanied arrangement of James Taylor’s You Can Close Your Eyes, some nifty instrumental work, a couple of rollicking shanties and plentiful strong original material from Sean Cooney. When Our Grandfathers Said No is a line from one of his most compelling songs, The Battle of Stockton, recalling an incident in 1933 when Oswald Mosely’s Blackshirts targeted deprived areas as potential fascist hotbeds and marched over the Tees – to be physically repelled by 2,000 outraged Stockton townsfolk. had the privilege of chatting to David Eagle live on the show back in July. http://www.theyounguns.co.uk/
JOANNE DEXTER – SOPRANO
Just some reviewers’ descriptions of the soprano Joanne Dexter.
Over the years she has worked with a colourful array of performers from celebrated baritones Bryn Terfel and Sir Thomas Allen to comic legend Ken Dodd and Strictly Come Dancing judge Craig Revel Horwood.
From an early age Joanne seemed destined to become a singer. She was raised in a musical family and later trained at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama, now renamed the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. Had the great pleasure of speaking to Joanne Dexter, from Otley back in early March. Wonderful lady. And such a beautiful angelic voice. http://www.jodexter.co.uk/
BRITISH TRANSPLANT GAMES 2014
I spoke to Lisa Beaumont from the Yorkshire branch of the transplant games back in July of this year. A fantastic lady who spends a great deal of her time involved with organizing funding and support for those taking part in the games. Below is an interview with Lisa on the weekend of the British Transplant Games 2014 in Bolton.
Pete and Hazel are The Ginjammers, an acoustic two-piece bringing a deep rootsy americana sound to the streets of Lancashire and beyond.
Their music can not defined by one genre, as they traverse a varied soundscape ranging from bluegrass, folk, country, gospel and blues. Displaying such incredible close harmonies you could be mistaken in thinking that they are brother and sister.
Often they have been compared to Gillian Welch and Dave Rawlings which is a massive compliment, although the Ginjammers music is intrinsically more upbeat, they definitely have that same connection on stage.
UPS & DOWNS
NO BIG FAT DADDY
DANCING WITH TEMPTATION
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