11 juin 2015, 18h54m par steviesrk
9 juin 2015, 10h45m par emcxmc
15 jan. 2015, 20h54m par emu2Best of Gigs and Live Music from 2014
Band: Dixie Chicks
Female Artist: Kacey Musgraves
Alicia Keys aswell as she was phenomenal and it was so unexpected to see her live!
Male Artist: John Butler
Duo: John & Jacob
Support: Brett Dennen
Instore: BBC Radio 2 with Ken Bruce: Amy Macdonald, The Overtones and Texas
Intimate Gig: Home Grown Tour: The Shires and Ward Thomas
Gigs and Live Music from 2014
Note: the spaces are a new month
Paws, RUNGS and The Sean Armstrong Experience
We Are Scientists, The Heartbreaks and Superfood
Dixie Chicks, Zac Brown Band and Dierks Bentley
Matt Nathanson and Stephen Kellogg
Alkaline Trio, Bayside and The Murderburgers
Patent Pending, People On Vacation and Lacey
The John Butler Trio and Brett Dennen
Paws and Tuff Love
Admiral Fallow, The Vaselines, Laura St jude, Man of Moon, Hector Bizerk, United Fruit, John Knox Sex Club and Holy Esque
Kacey Musgraves and John & Jacob
OK Go and Myles Hendrik
31 déc. 2014, 20h16m par Ninja1980
19 nov. 2014, 0h14m par fm014Hi,
sorry, I’m late. A celebration and stuff came between me and the most recent entry...
Last week in covers:
> LeAnn Rimes : new (remix) album alert, pt 2. :P I’ve heard the rest of the songs. A few of them are okay. I would say here you can judge the product by its cover, because that photo isn’t the best choice. ^^
> Ed Sheeran : so I gave “x” another chance, but I often find myself a bit bored… like in “not really amazed” by the music. Hm :/
> Twerps : new artist/album alert. Tbh I can’t really recall anything special about “Underlay”. Sorry.
> Madonna : ah, those good ol’ “American Life” times. I admit, that I wasn’t very fond of her music at that era, but in the end it really grew on me.
> Anastacia : this was due to party playlist research. And I can tell you it was because of a friend’s request. :P
16 nov. 2014, 16h16m par emu2Friday 10th October 2014
Coffee House Tour, University of Strathclyde
Tuesday 14th October 2014
Patent Pending, Suburban Legends and The Hype Theory
Tue 14 Oct – Patent Pending, Suburban Legends
Tuesday 27th October 2014
Sheryl Crow and Red Sky July
Royal Concert Hall
Mon 27 Oct – Sheryl Crow
6 juin 2014, 19h07m par SoonerCaniac
3 mai 2014, 10h26m par TonyLeadholm1. All-4-One
2. Annie Lennox
3. The B-52's
4. Backstreet Boys
5. Bette Midler
6. Big Head Todd & The Monsters
7. Céline Dion
8. Chaka Khan
10. Cyndi Lauper
11. Def Leppard
12. Dixie Chicks
16. A Fine Frenzy
17. Franz Ferdinand
18. Gwen Stefani
19. James Taylor
20. Jimmy Eat World
22. The Killers
23. Lenny Kravitz
25. Mary Chapin Carpenter
26. Meredith Brooks
27. Michael Franti & Spearhead
29. Modest Mouse
31. No Doubt
33. Dave Matthews Band
34. The Polyphonic Spree
36. The Redwalls
38. Sara Bareilles
39. Scissor Sisters
41. Shawn Colvin
42. Sheryl Crow
43. Snow Patrol
44. Steve Winwood
45. Stevie Wonder
47. Tom Petty
48. Trevor Hall
50. The Wallflowers
51. Smokey Robinson
52. Jimmy Cliff
30 déc. 2013, 18h42m par fm014Hi,
last week was very special to me, because I hosted my first live broadcast as part of the holiday programme of Rostock’s local radio station. And so I prepared a special song selection. I’m quite happy with the experience and I really want to get used to the procedure.
In other news: oh, it was Christmas and I almost did not listen to a single Christmas song this year. But what else happened during this last week of 2013...
Last week in covers:
> Frank Ocean : oh, I remember this. I was looking for some “edgy” background music on Friday, so I chose “Channel Orange”.
> Sheryl Crow : that was part of my personal flashback evening. I revisited the whole “Wildflower” album, which I think is one of her best records ever.
> Gypsy & The Cat : I admit that I also chose their album “Gilgamesh” for background music purposes. And I also like it a lot.
30 sept. 2013, 20h16m par fm014Hi,
it looks like I could manage scrobbling a bit more from now on. I’m quite busy these days - including weekends. However, every now and then I’m listening to a new album. :D
Last week in covers:
> Lady Antebellum : I guess I should revisit music from before “Golden” - just to have more songs by this band in my head. ;)
> Sheryl Crow : well, this was part of yesterday’s easy-listening evening.
> Annie Lennox : this as well.
> Alanis Morissette : this, too.
> ATB : and this, of course.
Most played artists:
> Elton John : new album alert. There are some good moments on the new record, but my overall impression could be described as disappointed.
> London Grammar : new album/artist alert.
> Drake : new album alert. I haven’t heard all the new tracks yet, but I’m afraid I can’t handle this kind of hip-hop, because it requires much attention.