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The Friday Session Introducing 04/01/2008

Andrew Marston | 22:39 UK time, Thursday, 3 January 2008

Tomorrow/Tonight from 7, it's the first Friday Session of 2008 - and for the first part of this year, we're celebrating some of our local success stories.

For the next couple of months, we're exploring Herefordshire & Worcestershire's association with iconic musicians and bands, as we bring our online Music Map to life. This week in our A-Z, we're hearing about the humble beginnings of Black Sabbath, who practised at a barn in Herefordshire - and regularly hit the town...of Bromyard!

We're also joined by a Worcester based record label, who're specialising in recording local gigs and having them made into professional CDs.

As always, we'll bring you a free live gig on the radio every Friday night from 7. This week we're joined by those pesky punks from Pershore, The Slapstix.

It's The Friday Session Introducing... 100% Local Music with Andrew Marston, only on BBC Hereford & Worcester.

Listen live/on demand (for up to seven days after broadcast):
bbc.co.uk/fridaysession > listen now to this week's show

COMING UP: bbc.co.uk/fridaysession > features

11 January:
Introducing... Denyer's Friday Session (The Lea, nr Ross-on-Wye)
PLUS Sketchbeat launch a brand new CD (Hereford ex-pats)
AND More from the BBC Hereford & Worcester Music Map

18 January:
Introducing... The Arquettes' Friday Session (Worcester)
AND More from the BBC Hereford & Worcester Music Map

25 January:
Introducing... Stone Holy's Friday Session (Herefordshire)
AND More from the BBC Hereford & Worcester Music Map

1 February:
Introducing... The Lies In Me's Friday Session (Redditch)
AND More from the BBC Hereford & Worcester Music Map

8 February:
Introducing... Aura's Friday Session (Bewdley)
AND More from the BBC Hereford & Worcester Music Map

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