Every week Geoff has fantastic guests live on the telephone into the studio or sometimes even sitting in the studio with him. We edit out the interviews from the live show and upload them here to the website within a week-or-so in order that you can listen back to your favourites or discover new interviews you may have missed.
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This week's interviews feature Rob Thompson from Storys and Steve Murray of Steve Murray and Kingbird.
The Storys are a 6-piece 70s west-coast-influenced country-rock band from South Wales who formed in Spring 2003. With 4 singer-songwriters all taking lead vocals on different songs, their sound is both fragile and intense, underpinned by a dark lyrical edge. They can turn from tender country-tinged ballad one minute to an as-wide-as-the ocean stomp the next - in the same category as classic harmony vocal bands such as Fleetwood Mac, The Eagles, Crosby Stills Nash & Young and The Beatles, all of whom also had multiple singers.
This week's interviews feature Willie Nile, Johnny Warman, Tony Brannon, Steve Pitt who owns The Cellars in Eastney live in the studio and Ben from Jackson Live!
Willie Nile is an American singer-songwriter. In 1980 Nile released his self-titled debut album which according to one critic remains “one of the most thrilling post-Byrds folk-rock albums of all time”. His career was interrupted several times, but he has always returned to recording and performing in the US and Europe, re-establishing himself as a singer-songwriter.
This week's interviews feature Judy Tzuke and Gordon Marshall of Moody Blues...
Judie Tzuke is an English singer/songwriter. She is most well known for her 1979 hit "Stay With Me Till Dawn", which reached no. 16 on the UK Singles Chart. After an education in the arts, music and drama, by the age of 15 Judie spent most of her time writing poems which she turned into songs and playing folk clubs, accompanying herself on acoustic guitar. In 1975 she met Mike Paxman and together they started to write the songs that were to become her first releases. After making some demo tapes, they managed to get a record deal with David Bowie and T.Rex producer Tony Visconti's label Good Earth.
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