A Brace Of Class Acts

Wednesday was a very full day. We were taking my daughter to a show, booked months ago, as a Christmas present. So, late on Wednesday morning, off we set. Up the A3 and around the M25 on a two-hour road trip, up to the O2 London. The journey was incident free and we duly arrived… Continue reading A Brace Of Class Acts

Simply The Best ?

As I posted on Friday, we were heading up to Wooroloo on Saturday for a tribute act extravaganza. We trundled up to El Caballo Resort suitably equipped with concert seats and bug spray, this being an outside event. Arriving about 15:30 we picked up our tickets and were duly supplied with coloured bands to identify us… Continue reading Simply The Best ?

Tonight – El Caballo Resort

Mad, impetuous fools that we are, we are heading up to Wooroloo and El Caballo Resort for an outdoor musical extravaganza. The show is entitled Simply The Best and is an evening of tribute acts and the line up goes like this ….. Roy Orbison Show                    … Continue reading Tonight – El Caballo Resort

Barry Manilow @ Ageas Bowl – Poor Value

Last Saturday, I was one of the many folks who braved the English weather to see Barry Manilow at the Ageas Bowl. I will state here and now that it is not me that is the fan. Nope, that would be my wife. The support act were great, Dave Koz and his band. Its a… Continue reading Barry Manilow @ Ageas Bowl – Poor Value

Pete Seeger dies in New York aged 94

Seems like I have been singing Pete Seeger tunes all my life, both knowingly and as covers by other well known artists. As a tribute here is a selection …. Seeger also had a hit with the popular song, Little Boxes, although he did not write it. So Pete is gone from this world but… Continue reading Pete Seeger dies in New York aged 94

There’s Nothing Left To Say

I’m not having a pop at One Direction.

As far as I know, I have never heard a One Direction track and have never seen them perform on TV, so I really have no view on them as a band. I do have a general aversion to the “boy band” phenomenon and the screaming fanatics that follow them.

All that aside, this video was too good not to share.


Phil Everly of the Everly Brothers Dies At Age 74

Phil Everly of the Everly Brothers Dies At Age 74 « K-EARTH 101. Phil Everly, one half of the Everly Brothers duo that provided part of the musical backdrop to my youth.  Who can forget hits such as “Cathy’s Clown,” “Wake Up Little Susie,” “Bye Bye Love,” “When Will I Be Loved” and “All I… Continue reading Phil Everly of the Everly Brothers Dies At Age 74