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Andrew Marston introduces the Diamond Jubilee special

Duration:
2 hours
First broadcast:
Friday 01 June 2012

Live music from Joel Hoddell & Jacob Thompson (Hereford), as recorded at the Malvern Cube (formerly The Malvern Youth Centre).

Music Played

16 items
  • Returning To The Music Scene

  • New Single

  • Session Tracks

  • Rick Fowler Band This Life

  • Review Of The Week

  • Gig Of The Week / New EP

    • Time Of The Mouth Amy

  • In Session

    • Joel Hoddell & Jacob Thompson Stutter

    • Joel Hoddell & Jacob Thompson Jaketrix

  • Phoenix Rising The Wind In My Sails

  • Tripbuk Souls & Sunshine

  • Paul J Rose A Name In The Sand

  • Frenchfire Prime

  • Session Tracks

  • In Session

    • Joel Hoddell & Jacob Thompson 21st Century

    • Joel Hoddell & Jacob Thompson Collision

  • Sessions

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    15-year-old Joel Hoddell started producing music two years ago on the computer at school.

    He loved music production so much, he decided to get the software and use it at home.

    He's recently teamed up with Jacob Thompson, who's been playing piano since he was five and has been DJing for three years.

    This was the first time the Tillington and Lower Bullingham duo have performed together.

    All of our live studio and festival sessions since 2006
  • Musicians

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    Our next recording session takes place at the Wychwood Festival, on our very own BBC Introducing stage at Cheltenham Racecourse between 8 and 10 June.

    We'll be recording four acts for broadcast, as chosen by BBC 6 Music presenter Tom Robinson, The Independent's music editor Elisa Bray and festival organiser Graeme Merrifield.

    An A-Z list of musicians from across our region
  • Reviews

    Reviews

    Tonight, we've sent Andy O'Hare to the Boar's Head in Kidderminster for their all-weekend-long '60 Years Of Music' to celebrate the Queen's Diamond Jubilee - tonight featuring Bunter And The Vibes, Naked Remedy and Skewwhiff.

    Other acts over the weekend include The One-Twos, Rouen, Flat Stanley and The Lights, with acts playing not only inside a venue with one of the best in-house sound systems going - but also on an open-air stage in New Park opposite.

    We had a fantastic time when we recorded one of our monthly live sessions at the Boar's Head a short while ago - and not only is it one of the must-play venues for local acts - but there's also a rock-music-themed art gallery for you to browse around!

    Some of the gig and CD reviews that have been sent in
  • National Recognition

    National Recognition

    Rising folk pop artist Lisbee Stainton was in session for BBC Radio 2's Bob Harris, with tracks from her third LP 'Go'.

    She has been championed by Radcliffe and Maconie and Tom Robinson on 6 Music and appeared on Radio 2's In Concert. Lisbee was also personally chosen, by the artists themselves, to support Joan Armatrading, Paul Carrack and Raul Malo on tour.

    Hear some of those highlights on this week's show.

    Listen to the full session here
  • The Voice UK

    The Voice UK

    The Bewdley teenager Becky Hill has failed to make it through to the finals of the BBC TV talent show, The Voice.

    She lost out in the public vote, after singing Corrine Bailey Rae's Like A Star.

    But after the show, judges Jessie J and Sir Tom Jones warned her the way she sings could cause lasting damage, so Becky is now focused on learning new techniques.

    The Voice UK Profile: Becky Hill
  • Festivals

    Festivals

    Find out what music festivals take place in our area
  • Gig Guide

    Gig Guide

    Live music from local musicians and gigs in our area
  • Local Papers

    Local Papers

    What is being said about music making this week
  • Music Map

    Music Map

    A local history of great gigs and musical legends
  • About

    About

    Who we are and what we do
  • Contact

    Contact

    The best ways to get in touch with us
  • This Wicked Tongue

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    We hear from Andy Maynard, manager of This Wicked Tongue, about how the band are developing a major following overseas.

    He offers some top advice for up-and-coming musicians on the best way to use YouTube to gain fans.

    Some of the interviews you may have missed on-air

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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