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Gareth Williams

I was born in 70s Brentwood and inherited my love of music from my parents. Over 500 gigs, 13 Glastonburys, and countless music purchases later, the passion remains.

I became involved with promoting live music, and also briefly running a small label, WET Records with 2 friends.

An interview with Phoenix about the label piqued my interest and I joined the team as the Sunday Morning Breakfast Show presenter in January 2017, where you can hear 3 hours of just about anything good.

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Recent posts from Gareth



Sunday Breakfast Show: 2 To Soothe – November 2018

Every Sunday Morning we start the show with two soothing songs for those with aching heads or hearts.  In November read more



Standon Calling 2018: Alex Trenchard

Festival founder Alex Trenchard talks to Gareth Williams about how it all went.



Standon Calling 2018: Ten Tonnes

Gareth Williams caught up with Hertford musician Ethan Barnett.



Standon Calling 2018: Cuban Brothers

Miguel from the amazing Cuban Brothers caught up with Gareth Williams before their Main Stage performance.



Standon Calling 2018: The Bootleg Beatles

Paul, George and Ringo chat to Gareth Williams.



Standon Calling 2018: Holiday Oscar

Gareth Williams chats to singer/songwriter Charlie before his Sunday performance.



Standon Calling 2018: Park Hotel

Tim and Rebeca chat to Gareth Williams about the hotly-tipped band’s music.



Standon Calling 2018: Nina Nesbitt

Singer/songwriter Nina caught up with Gareth Williams before her appearance at Starbase Standon.



Latitude 2018: Vigilantes

Click here to listen to the interview: Gareth met with Lincolnshire band Vigilantes in front of the Latitude lake to read more



Latitude 2018: Trudy and the Romance

Click here to listen to the interview: Trudy and the Romance describe themselves as Mutant 50s Pop, and who are read more



Latitude 2018: Matt Woods

Click here to listen to the interview: We met with Cornwall born, Berlin based Matt Woods ahead of his BBC read more



Latitude 2018: Bessie Turner

Click here to listen to the interview: We first spoke Bessie Turner at Latitude 2017, where she played a great read more



Latitude 2018: The Recks

We spoke to the Channel Island based quintet before they took to the stage on Saturday.



Latitude 2018: Joseph J Jones

Hornchurch boy Joseph chats about his music, inspirations and his plans for the future.



Latitude 2018: Isabelle Brown

We chatted to Isabelle Brown, a 15 year old from Brighton, who has been writing her own songs for over half her life.



Standon Calling: The Scruff

Ahead of this year’s STANDON CALLING festival we chatted to Adam from THE SCRUFF. The Scruff headed into 2018 as read more



Standon Calling: Blushes

We chat to Tiff about the band’s forthcoming appearance at Standon Calling.



Latitude 2017: Bessie Turner

Click here to listen again to the interview:   We chatted to Essex singer/songwriter Bessie Turner before her performance on read more



Latitude 2017: Ben Ward from Superglu

Click here to listen again to the interview:   We’ve been tracking Manningtree’s finest, Superglu, for some time now and read more



Latitude 2017: Bruno Major

Click here to listen again to the interview:   One of the many endearing things about Bruno Major is that read more

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