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Live music from Anna Stainton (Herefordshire)

Duration:
2 hours
First broadcast:
Friday 15 October 2010

The new Mott The Hoople film, Worcestershire's European Rock Tour plus Anna Stainton live.

Music Played

19 items
  • Image for The Irony

    The Irony Building A Fire

  • Image for Fozwan & The Superior Siblings

    Fozwan & The Superior Siblings Risk

  • Image for Josef Holmes

    Josef Holmes Watercolour

  • Review of the week

  • Gig of the week

    • Image for The SpoonFedz

      The SpoonFedz Marmalade Tang

    • Image for Calm Like A Riot

      Calm Like A Riot Hall Of Fame

  • In session

  • Last week's session track

    • Image for Teresa

      Teresa Night Creatures

  • The Music Map

  • Image for Tessa Frith

    Tessa Frith Fear Of Invasion

  • Review of the week

    • Image for Tallulah Fix

      Tallulah Fix Awol

  • Image for Barbarix

    Barbarix Dead Men

  • Image for Ria

    Ria Jar Of Fishes

  • In session

  • Image for Muddyflame

    Muddyflame Prolism

  • Next week's session track

    • Image for Rogmeister

      Rogmeister ConFusion

  • Introducing... Live Music

    Introducing... Live Music

    This week there's live music from the Herefordshire singer/songwriter Anna Stainton.

    Anna, sister of Lisbee, has been writing beautiful piano-led tracks for the last few years, inspired by the world around her.

    Her some of her beautiful tracks on this week's show, together with an interview from Pontrilas' latest star.

    Anna's website
  • Introducing... The Music Map

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    A film about the Herefordshire band Mott The Hoople is being premiered at the London Film Festival.

    The band's first big hit came in 1972, when they recorded the David Bowie song All The Young Dudes.

    The film, called The Ballad of Mott The Hoople, will be shown at selected cinemas across the country, before being released on DVD.

    The story of Mott The Hoople
  • Introducing... Features

    Introducing... Features

    The European Rock Tour is returning to the Netherlands next week, taking with them a selection of the best Worcestershire bands.

    The trip, organised by Worcestershire Arts Education Children's Services, is an exchange scheme for local musicians to switch places with our European counterparts.

  • Your Gigs

    Your Gigs

    We'll bring you the full list of what's happening in Herefordshire and Worcestershire at 1940. If you have an event you'd like publicised, email your MySpace to fridaysession@bbc.co.uk

    The weekly gig guide
  • Local Papers

    Local Papers

    We'll have a flick through all of our local papers - and let you know all of the latest music news.

    This week's stories
  • Your Reviews

    Your Reviews

    If you've been to a great gig or seen a good DJ, get in touch! Email your pictures and review to fridaysession@bbc.co.uk

    Local gigs
  • Introducing... Future Shows

    22 October
    • In session: Rogmeister (Hereford)
    • Open Mic UK - our local performers

    29 October
    • Recorded live at BBC Maida Vale: Talons (Hereford)
    • The Humdrum Express' new album (Kidderminster)

    5 November (live from Worcester)
    • In session: Riding Giants (Worcestershire)

    12 November
    • In session: Tallulah Fix (Malvern)

    19 November
    • In session: I Am Ryan (Evesham)
    • Carly's debut EP (Worcester)

    26 November
    • In session: Izzy The Push (Evesham)

    A-Z list of live sessions

Broadcasts

Gigs

Danni Hunt

Danni Hunt's list of live music from local musicians

News

Local papers

What is being said about local music in this week's papers

Festivals

The Nozstock Festival

The biggest events in Herefordshire & Worcestershire

Sessions

Mike Davis

Mike Davis' session snaps from our recording roadshows

Reviews

Reviews

Andy O'Hare's take on the local music scene

Interviews

Andrew Marston interviews KeyGreen at the Wychwood Festival

The interviews you may have missed on the radio

History

History

A local history of great gigs and musical legends

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