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Album of the Week, February 22: Too-Rye-Ay by Dexys Midnight Runners

Kevin Rowland was born to Irish parents in Wolverhampton, England. He left school at age 15, working in a couple of bands — the arty Lucy & the Lovers and the punkish Killjoys — before staking out a new musical direction with friend and bandmate Kevin “Al” Archer. 1,204 more words

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Happy birthday Rebel Rikkit!

Today’s a very special day for our founding wizard Rebel Rikkit.

He’s notched up his first half century and as he raises his bat to acknowledge the polite applause of the crowd, the 2 junior wizards thought this event should be commemorated in song.

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The return of Kevin Rowlands and a newly reinvigorated Dexys was one of the best things that happened to music in 2012. Backed by Pete Williams… 259 more words


Make your ears happy: January’s music choice

Recently, a friend bemoaned the fact that the demands of work and family left little time to discover new music. She said she needed someone to find it for her. 556 more words


Kevin Rowland - Concrete And Clay

01 – Concrete And Clay
02 – Concrete And Clay (Instrumental)
03 – I Can’t Tell the Bottom From The Top

Kevin Rowland

Kevin Rowland

3AM Eternal: Kevin Rowland "The Greatest Love Of All" (1999)

Kevin Rowland’s album My Beauty is perhaps one of the most misunderstood records of the 1990s. The former frontman of Dexys’ Midnight Runners has always been a diva, a man with a powerful voice and an ear for melody. 175 more words

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