Tag Archives: Alison Wheeler

Continuing Songs of The South – in conversation with Gaz Birtles

When founder member Dave Hemingway and long-serving keyboard player Damon Butcher called time late last year on live involvement with The South – the band that rose from the ashes of The Beautiful South – discussions followed about what to … Continue reading

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The writewyattuk quotes of 2016, part two – July to December

As the festivities start to take hold at writewyattuk hq, we best conclude our 12 months of quotes from 2016’s feature/interviews, encapsulated via a series of soundbites. Again, much gratitude to all who responded, and big respect to those who … Continue reading

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Beyond The Beautiful South – in conversation with Alison Wheeler

After a successful few years revisiting a classic song catalogue while spreading the word about 2012 LP Sweet Refrains across Europe and the UK, The South are ready for a three-week autumn tour and are keen to talk about a … Continue reading

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Carrying on regardless with The South

  It doesn’t seem right getting emotional on hearing Tony Hatch’s Crossroads theme. I really can’t put my finger on why either, save for nostalgia and the fact that my Nan was the only person I knew who watched that … Continue reading

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The South rises again – the Dave Hemingway interview

Cast your mind back, and follow me on a journey to my past, and the last time I got to meet Dave Hemingway. Unlikely as it seems – to me at least – it’s a quarter of the century since … Continue reading

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