This is Em Glasspool who is the accidental instigator of a movement. Read more “Courage Peterborough and Buddy Wakefield”
Last weekend I went to see Little Fire at the Barbeside. This quartet, headed by Charlie Maine, presents some solid, blues and soul based pop. Read more “Little Fire, Winnie Brave, Flooding and First Crocus”
This is Graeme Kennedy. He’s a fine songwriter, but hasn’t played solo often. In fact, only once before that I can remember. Read more “Graeme Kennedy Live”
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This year I caught Slips and the High Fives and The Spades in perhaps their final show. Read more “Hootenanny: Slips and Spades”
The 24 Hour Music Project is a fabulous event that just had it’s third year. 10 composers team up to create 5 bands made up of Peterborough musicians who perform 20 minutes of music created within 24 hours.
It started out quietly enough. I walked into the Red Dog to see Julia Fenn and Liam Wilson tuning up (above).
Then the shows began. Read more “24 Hour Music Project 2013”
There won’t be much more time to snowmobile across frozen lakes as in the photo above. Read more “Winter’s Closing, also Tara Williamson”
This was a late afternoon fog that rose up off the snow and river in visible swaths. Read more “Fog Town, roboteyes, Beekeeper and Family – Also Exhibition Reminder”