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2004 FESTIVAL ARTISTES
The who's who of Festival 2004; pictures, links, the lot
Many of the Fest bands and musicians
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2004 GIG REVIEWS
Photo's and Gig Reviews of ALL the stages/venues of Festival 2004
Vast archive of Photo's and Gig Reviews of Previous Festivals
The "Acoustic Stage" (in reality an eclectic mix of music from Delta Blues to
flat out rock) at The Shore Hotel has it's own website which is now updated
with new pictures and info..
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Fest - Who are these
ISLE OF MAN BLUES CLUB
The Manx Blues Club; where the Festival sprang from
venue, dates, history etc..
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Stage: MAIN STAGE GIG REPORT 2003
Photo's and Report on the
Charterhouse International Blues Pavilion
Stage: ACOUSTIC STAGE
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Rolling Stones Interviewed
7th November 2005
Janice Long of the BBC is interviewing members of the Rolling Stones all this
week as they continue the world tour and promotion of their critically well
received, new(ish) CD
A Bigger Bang
. The interviews will appear on BBC Radio 2 on her show as follows:
Monday 7th November 2005 - Midnight
Janice talks to Ronnie Wood, whose 30 years with the Stones make him the new
boy of the band. Ronnie describes the process of writing and recording the new
album 'A Bigger Bang' and reveals what he and Keith whisper to each other on
Tuesday 8th November 2005 - Midnight
Charlie Watts talks about life on the road since his recent battle with throat
cancer, and the physical challenges of playing drums in the biggest rock and
roll band in the world.
Wednesday 9th November 2005 - Midnight
Legendary guitarist Keith Richards tells Janice about his 3,000 strong guitar
collection, his grandchildren and his role as Johnny Depp's pirate inspiration.
Thursday 10th November 2005 - Midnight
Janice talks to Mick Jagger about writing the new album and getting a tour on
the road. She also finds out the secret of his on stage energy!
Apparently highlights of the interviews can be heard in Stuart Maconie's
(standing in for Johnnie Walker)
Drivetime showevery evening at 17.05 ,
with extended interviews running in Janice Long's programme throughout the week
commencing Monday 7th November 2005.
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