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A class act – the Tom Williams interview

Blokes aren‘t supposed to be capable of multi-tasking, but Tom Williams has pulled off something of a highwire balancing act while juggling spectacularly this past couple of years. There are definitely no regrets at turning his back on the music … Continue reading

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An appointment with Dr Hook – the Dennis Locorriere interview

Dr. Hook were always something of a musical conundrum for me. Sharp, witty purveyors of great songs, but somewhat disregarded by the professors of cool on account of their more chart-friendly fodder. As a kid turned on to punk and … Continue reading

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Albania to Southport, via Brighton – with Attila the Stockbroker

It’s been some journey for Attila the Stockbroker, who publishes his autobiography Arguments Yard later this year, with little to suggest he’s slowing down. This is the radical performance poet and musician who toured East Germany four times before the … Continue reading

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Hats off to James Herbert, a master of his art

THE kids of today have got it easy, of course. All that young adult fiction out there, waiting to be discovered. It wasn’t like that for my generation. My transition from Clive King’s Stig of the Dump and J. Meade … Continue reading

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Riding along on the crest of a wheeze

Cycling has always been a passion for me, and coming from a background where there were no drivers in our household ’til the dawn of the ’80s, the bicycle was always king in our manor. I might not know my … Continue reading

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