Podcast: One hand on the starry Plough

Podcast: One hand on the starry Plough

Ian Prowse and Mick Ord dedicate this new episode on Prowsey’s new album and up coming tour with Elvis Costello. Be the first to get a sample of some the tracks before the official release date on Feb. 11th. This is Ian’s 4th Solo Album since he released music with his bands Pele and Amsterdam […]

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 Podcast: Bloodhound Gangs Adam Perry

Podcast: Bloodhound Gangs Adam Perry

Adam Perry is a musician known as The Yin and plays drums in bands A and The bloodhound Gang. He has also collaborated with the likes of The Sugar babes, McFly and Cher through his songwriting and production team called ‘collective’. Mark speaks to Adam about his career thus far and some of his experiences […]

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 Podcast: Alan Hull’s Career with producer Ged Clarke

Podcast: Alan Hull’s Career with producer Ged Clarke

Ian Prowse and Mick Ord discuss the career of Lindisfarne musician Alan Hull with documentary producer Ged Clarke. The songwriter penned hits such as ‘Lady Eleanor’ and ‘Fog On The Tyne’ but relatively little is known about his work away from the North East. Ged joined the boys after the airing of his hugely popular […]

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 Podcast: Male Artists who have changed direction

Podcast: Male Artists who have changed direction

Following on from the episode 3 of the Misadventures In Music with Ian Prowse and Mick Ord… Our presenters discuss male artists who changed their musical direction for the better or worse. Ian starts with a band close to his heart in The Waterboys. It’s discussed how their huge success with This is the Sea […]

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 Podcast: Drummer & Producer Joe Montague

Podcast: Drummer & Producer Joe Montague

Episode Three features professional drummer Joe Montage who is the owner of a professional recording studio in West Yorkshire. Joe is has also toured throughout the UK and Europe with band and the acclaimed Beatlemania theatre show. Joe connected with Mark (Our host) through social media and they hit it off with Mark finding his […]

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 Richard Ashcroft brings Acoustic Hymns to Liverpool

Richard Ashcroft brings Acoustic Hymns to Liverpool

Richard Ashcroft blessed Liverpool’s M&S Arena with his ultimate sermon of acoustic hymns to a sell-out audience. I have to admit, even as a huge fan of the Verve and Ashcroft’s solo music, I had never seen either live – so when an opportunity see how the main man had reworked his back catalogue for […]

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 Podcast: Travis Guitarist Andy Dunlop

Podcast: Travis Guitarist Andy Dunlop

In episode 2 of the Feeling Sound Podcast, Mark speaks to the lead guitarist of Travis, Andy Dunlop. Andy is most famous for being a member of Scottish band Travis, who made a huge impact in the late 90’s with their debut album Good Feeling and then their massively successful second – The Man Who! […]

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 Podcast: Female Artists who have changed direction

Podcast: Female Artists who have changed direction

One of the most fascinating things we love about musicians, is when they decide to completely change their direction. Whether thats musical direction or they simply fall out of love with the business. We have all experienced moments when our favourite music icons leave their fans confused and scratching their heads, wondering what happened. Or […]

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 Podcast: Sound Engineer Alan O’Duffy

Podcast: Sound Engineer Alan O’Duffy

In this episode we speak to legendary sound mixer Alan O’Duffy who has recorded and mixed three US number one albums, working with artists such as The Rolling Stones, Paul McCartney and Eric Clapton. Alan also recorded and mixed the 1970 number one album – Jesus Christ Superstar by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice. […]

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