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The Friday Session Introducing 01.02.2008

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Andrew Marston | 23:52 UK time, Friday, 8 February 2008

The chance to win studio time, Mott The Hoople uncovered & The Lies In Me in session.

Live Music

It's the Friday Session Introducing... The Lies In Me.

The Redditch group, who are all in their mid-teens, have been mashing up the styles for a number a years - crossing from trance to hard rock in their massively diverse set.

So far, they've topped two Battle Of The Bands competitions in Redditch, and also won one over the border in Warwickshire.

Features

Studio Time

We'll be catching up with the Worcester reviewer Toxic Pete, who once again, is giving away free studio time for the best up-and-coming bands in our area.

Pete has been writing about music for a number of years on his website - toxicpete.co.uk - and now does it for the big boys too. His latest venture being the Mothership album from North Worcestershire's Led Zeppelin.

Hear how you could get your band reviewed by Pete, together with the chance to work at FFG studios in Bredon.

Music Map

Plus, we continue our Music Map series, exploring Herefordshire & Worcestershire's association with iconic musicians and bands.

Queen supported them, Aerosmith supported them - yet they're still referred to as Mott The Who.

This week we meet the former members of the Herefordshire group Mott The Hoople

Future Shows

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

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

29 February:
Introducing... Tastyhead's Friday Session (Hereford)
More from the BBC Hereford & Worcester Music Map

7 March:
Introducing... Jack's Hammer's Friday Session (Hereford)
More from the BBC Hereford & Worcester Music Map

Listen online for up to seven days after broadcast:

bbc.co.uk/fridaysession > listen now to this week's show

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