Monthly Archives: August 2011

No. 9!

The High Priest “The bastard son of Bob Dylan, Eminem and Bill Hicks.” (Mojo Magazine). A guitar-toting, rapping priest, hectoring his audience about capitalism, the media, celebs, war, racism and porn????? Yup, sure is. The High Priest is in town. … Continue reading

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No. 8!

Tracey Curtis Having previously been a part of pop punk band Shelley’s Children, Tracey’s solo career was launched almost by accident when she was encouraged by her children to write a protest song against a planned by-pass that would ruin … Continue reading

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No. 7!

! Perkie A solo singer, songwriter and musician for some years. Born into this troubled world in the Midlands on the day Sadam Hussain invaded Kuwait, the inspiration for her lyrics come from her experiences of life. She enjoys performing … Continue reading

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