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Tag Archives: Honeyblood
This weekend, Gunnersbury Park, a large park close to the A4 and the North Circular as they meet at Chiswick roundabout in West London, played host to the Lovebox and Citadel festivals. Put simply, Lovebox is rap, soul and dance, … Continue reading
Yesterday I went up to Leicester to see Honeyblood play at the O2 Academy, which is located in the grounds of the University. It’s just down the road from Leicester De Montfort Hall, which has a special place in my … Continue reading
This is the first new music by Honeyblood in quite a while, and is a taster for the forthcoming third album “In Plain Sight”. We have to wait until 24 May for that. Anyone who reads the musical reviews in … Continue reading
My wife Kath and I went up to Edinburgh on Thursday just gone, mainly to go to a festival in Leith, Edinburgh’s sea port, amongst other things. The festival is called Hidden Doors, and it’s on from Friday 25 May … Continue reading
Celtic soul is a term I use quite a lot when describing some of my favourite music. I devoted a chapter to it in my book, I Was There – A Musical Journey. It’s music that almost always has a … Continue reading
I had a great little run of concerts recently. Got the New Year going. All small-to-medium in scale and based in West London, and including Honeyblood. The best band. The fun started on Sunday 21 January at Bush Hall in … Continue reading