Yesterday saw long runs in the car accompanied by Radio 2.
Repeat after me: it is the job of Sounds of the 60s to bring you the original versions of familiar songs. 84 more words
Earlier today I stepped out of a talk at Wellington Writer’s Festival featuring the formidable scholar and essayist Terry Castle. She harangued against political correctness in the academy and how the clamour to condemn novels as racist, sexist or prejudiced was weakening study and a factor in the decline of English majors in America. 525 more words
The Pet Shop Boys have created a dance track from Panti’s Noble Call speech from The Abbey Theatre in Dublin.
The stars, who had hits with West End Girls and their own version of Always On My Mind by Elvis, have created the track which is called The Best Gay Possible. 92 more words
I love this soulful music, sung by a man that makes it obvious, he loves what he does.
reverbnation.com says, “Naas Veld is a new name on the local music scene, but his music reads a different story. 152 more words