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Andrew Marston introduces live music from Fury (Worcester)

2 hours
First broadcast:
Saturday 07 September 2013

Unsigned, undiscovered and under-the-radar music, as recorded at the Malvern Rocks festival.

Music Played

13 items
  • Image for Clyde Jefferson

    Clyde Jefferson Tempest Dawn

  • Image for Rubicava

    Rubicava Crash

  • Reviews track

    • Image for The Joy Of Sex

      The Joy Of Sex Walking On The Reeperbahn

  • Image for Stanley Penrose

    Stanley Penrose Repair

  • In session, live at Malvern Rocks

    • Image for Fury

      Fury Into The Dark

    • Image for Fury

      Fury The Warriors Prayer

  • News track

    • Image for Ellice

      Ellice No Passenger

  • Live on the BBC stage at the Reading Festival

  • Image for Peter & The Harmonics

    Peter & The Harmonics Tumbleweeds

  • Interview of the week!

    • Image for BabaJack

      BabaJack The Last Train

  • Image for Triskelion

    Triskelion Cruise

  • In session, live at Malvern Rocks

    • Image for Fury

      Fury Dangerous World

    • Image for Fury

      Fury Burn The Earth

  • Fury's BBC Introducing session

    BBC Introducing Logo

    Tonight's live session comes from one of our area's most liked bands on Facebook.
    They're Fury - and have more than 19,000 fans online.
    But just how do you go about getting the equivalent of the population of Evesham to find you on social media - and more importantly, have 19,000 people ever showed up at their gigs?
    All of our live studio sessions and festival gigs since 2005

  • In Session - at Malvern Rocks!

    Malvern Rocks

    Taking place across many pubs, hotels and clubs in Malvern, this new music festival put the rich, diverse pool of musical talent in and around Malvern to work for a great local cause: Acorns Children's Hospice.
    Three days of free music included pop to punk, folk to metal - in a similar format to that of the Worcester Music Festival.
    This year TV star and celebrity chef Loyd Grossman headlined the event with his new band!
    More success stories from Herefordshire & Worcestershire

  • Worcester Music Festival

    Worcester Music Festival
    36 venues welcomed more than 240 acts from across the world at this year's Worcester Music Festival, in a move that saw the organisers extending the reach beyond just local musicians.
    Acts from as far away at Australia and India queued up to play during the three day event, which was staged last weekend, all in aid of two local charities.
    Follow our festival coverage
  • Mappfest

    Andy O'Hare reviews Tina V, Case Closed and Done By Sunrise at The Talbot in Worcester.
    The most quirky music festival on our doorstep is organised by one man from Malvern, who's been a fixture on the local scene for the best part of the last thirty years or more - and has also provided backing vocals for bands like Ultravox.
    Andy Mapp's 'Mappfest' is in aid of Acorns Hospice. The last couple of years he has raised around a thousand pounds each time and the mini-Mappfest earlier this year raised over £2,000.
    He's hosting the event at Re-Con this evening and our man Andy O'Hare is there.
    Our daily gig guide
  • Reviews

    Andy O'Hare
    This week, Andy O'Hare reviews:

    More reviews

  • Exhibition

    Andy O'Hare reviews SnodFest 2012 at the Upton Snodsbury Playing Fields nr Pershore.
    Forget the NEC, the Cardiff or Manchester Arenas - this time next week, you could find yourself drooling over the latest music toys at a big exhibition - in Stourport.
    Worleys Guitar Show will be rocking up at the town's Civic Centre with a host of big named brands and local manufacturers.
  • Award

    The Malvern husband/wife duo Babajack have once again cleared the trophy table at this year's British Blues Awards.
    Becky Tate clinched instrumentalist of the year - for the second year running while husband Trevor Steger picked up third place for Best Harmonica Player.
    Other titles included second for Album Of The Year and third for Best Acoustic Act.
    More interviews



Danni Hunt

Danni Hunt's list of live music from local musicians


Local papers

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


The Nozstock Festival

The biggest events in Herefordshire & Worcestershire


Mike Davis

Mike Davis' session snaps from our recording roadshows



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


Andrew Marston interviews KeyGreen at the Wychwood Festival

The interviews you may have missed on the radio



A local history of great gigs and musical legends

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