I met Hunter in a boutique on Rodeo Drive on our last LA trip. We started talking about music and it turned out he was a singer songwriter. A musician from the age of 5, Hunter writes and performs melodious, relaxed songs about love, heartbreak and everything in between. He’s performed in LA clubs including … Continue reading “Sunday Song: Make me Better by Hunter MacDonald”
This summer Liverpool will celebrate 50 years since the release of Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band which gives me an overwhelming reason to visit.
Smell the Roses, the first song from Roger Waters new album has just been released.
There are no shortage of Rock n’ Roll Landmarks in Los Angeles. I mean, can you think of a more rock ’n roll city than Los Angeles? Whilst London may have a longer heritage, and no shortage of New York Songs, it is LA that really encapsulates the success and excess of rock & roll. Where … Continue reading “Rock n’ Roll Landmarks Of Los Angeles”
One stage. Six concerts. Three nights. Desert Trip billed itself as a once in a lifetime event. Big words perhaps but with this line-up, few could argue with it. Sharing the same location as the annual Coachella festival – leading it to acquire the nickname ‘Oldchella’ due to its contrast to its unbelievably-hip long-established sibling – Desert … Continue reading “Dreaming of a Desert Trip”