Discussion in 'Off Topic Chat' started by bringbackrattles, Jul 12, 2017.
You could say Dylan's knocking on heavens door !
On BBC 4 now good programme on guitar riffs.
Not many female act cropping up here lads.
I'm too tired at the minute but just a little challenge to you to see If it's feasible to produce an entire weekend with enough lady quality!
Sleeper are touring soon, first time in years. Would like to see them play.
How about a bit of country? The Shires or Ward Thomas (or both!), pretty popular and selling out decent sized venues.
HIAM would rock I reckon.
Probably a bit Pricey but they do a lot of fringe festivals I think.
To be honest you have to go back a bit Wingy for decent female acts ? A stellar line up for me : Janis Joplin- Tina Turner-Bonnie Raitt- Hazel O'Conner-The Runaways- Joan Jett and the Blackhearts- Heart-Nina Simone- and Carly Simon.How about that lot ?
Great choices BBR.
Some more dead or alive - Siouxsie and the Banshees - Sade -Joan Armatrading- Melanie- Aretha Franklin- Sandie Shaw- Lulu -Dusty Springfield - Billie Holliday- and Diana Ross. Something for everyone there.
didn't know that. Might sort some tickets. Got a of a thing for Louise!
Daphne and Celeste
He went to his doctors recently complaining of irritable bowel problems. He was Blowin In The Wind !
PJ Harvey and Hole would be a good double for the ladies.
I used to love Stereolab.
I still do.
Not dusted a track down for over 10-15 years.
Timeless really as they were never on trend anyway. There's so much to discover by them.
Saint Etienne too. Would love to see them at Godiva.
Cheers, Torch. I have at least two of their albums. Will have to dig them out.
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