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Stepping Stones to the big time – the Paul Carrack interview

When I introduce myself to Paul Carrack on the phone, telling him I’m putting together something for a Lancashire publication, his gruff Northern response is, “You don’t sound very Lancastrian.” I add more detail, explaining how I’ve got around a … Continue reading

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Fiestas, festivals, fracking, Frank and First World problems – Beans on Toast, with added crunch

I’m not usually one for Wikipedia entries, but for my latest interviewee the entry starts ‘Beans On Toast is a British folk singer. He sings about sex, drugs and politics.’ Go to his Facebook and Twitter pages and you can … Continue reading

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Glenn Tilbrook – 53 Degrees, Preston

I’ve said it before, but I’m pleased to see 1991 Squeeze LP Play getting some kudos again all these years on. And it seemed fitting that Glenn Tilbrook started off his solo show at Preston’s 53 Degrees with one of … Continue reading

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Glenn’s happy wending on the road

After nearly 40 years on the road, with the band that made his name and various solo and side-projects, Glenn Tilbrook remains as committed as ever to the live cause. You’d have thought he’d have been ready for a break … Continue reading

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Some Fantastic Praise

I was a little alarmed at first. I tuned into watch the BBC 4 Squeeze documentary, Take Me I’m Yours, only to find an acoustic tribute act comprising a lesser-known member of ZZ Top jamming with a geography teacher. I … Continue reading

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