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Going Underground with the Cover Up

Well, we had a bit of a lively show……in the studio was the full complement of the band known as The Cover Up – A ska based band who have supported Bad Manners and are soon to support Bruce Foxton’s ‘The Jam’ in Brighton – https://www.thecoverup.co.uk/

[audio:https://www.phoenixfm.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/02/20110219080010-2.mp3|titles=The CoverUp – interview]

Twoofer’s this week was inspired by my guests, so we had two from those nutty boys Aka Madness – ‘Our House’ and ‘House of Fun’.

My Comedy Picks:

See Andy Parsons, at the Comedy Store.
22nd February.
Andy Parsons will be joining the Comedy Store Players for a night of comedy improvisation at the Comedy Store. Other comedians on the bill include Paul Thorne, Martin Coyote, Steve Gribbin, Sean Meo and Ian Stone.
& 1st March 2011.
on the bill on this night are Paul Thorne, Martin Coyote, Steve Gribbin, Alun Cochrane and Ian Stone.

My Live music choices:

Tue 22 Feb. The Bravery – Hoxton Square Bar & Kitchen, London.
Art-rockers from New York fronted by the aggressively sexy Sam Endicott. The American hipsters are profoundly influenced by the New Wave movement of the early eighties and became a cult music fan’s favourite when The Killers were enjoying their purple patch in 2005.

Wed 23 Feb. Cold War Kids – Koko,Camden.
American college rock band from Long Beach, California with a soulful rythmn section and lung fuelled vocals. They have already established themselves a cult fan base and their biggest hits to date are ‘Hospital Beds’ and ‘Hang Me Up To Dry’.

Wed 23 Feb. Peter Bjorn and John – The Lexington, Islington.
The Swedish trio return with pop and rock classics-to-be.

Sun 27 Feb. PJ Harvey – Troxy, Kings Cross.
Singer-songwriter from Dorset is adored on both sides of the Atlantic for her musical artistry and dirty romantic nihilism.

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Going Underground with the Cover Up

Well, we had a bit of a lively show……in the studio was the full complement of the band known as The Cover Up – A ska based band who have supported Bad Manners and are soon to support Bruce Foxton’s ‘The Jam’ in Brighton – https://www.thecoverup.co.uk/

[audio:https://www.phoenixfm.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/02/20110219080010-2.mp3|titles=The CoverUp – interview]

Twoofer’s this week was inspired by my guests, so we had two from those nutty boys Aka Madness – ‘Our House’ and ‘House of Fun’.

My Comedy Picks:

See Andy Parsons, at the Comedy Store.
22nd February.
Andy Parsons will be joining the Comedy Store Players for a night of comedy improvisation at the Comedy Store. Other comedians on the bill include Paul Thorne, Martin Coyote, Steve Gribbin, Sean Meo and Ian Stone.
& 1st March 2011.
on the bill on this night are Paul Thorne, Martin Coyote, Steve Gribbin, Alun Cochrane and Ian Stone.

My Live music choices:

Tue 22 Feb. The Bravery – Hoxton Square Bar & Kitchen, London.
Art-rockers from New York fronted by the aggressively sexy Sam Endicott. The American hipsters are profoundly influenced by the New Wave movement of the early eighties and became a cult music fan’s favourite when The Killers were enjoying their purple patch in 2005.

Wed 23 Feb. Cold War Kids – Koko,Camden.
American college rock band from Long Beach, California with a soulful rythmn section and lung fuelled vocals. They have already established themselves a cult fan base and their biggest hits to date are ‘Hospital Beds’ and ‘Hang Me Up To Dry’.

Wed 23 Feb. Peter Bjorn and John – The Lexington, Islington.
The Swedish trio return with pop and rock classics-to-be.

Sun 27 Feb. PJ Harvey – Troxy, Kings Cross.
Singer-songwriter from Dorset is adored on both sides of the Atlantic for her musical artistry and dirty romantic nihilism.

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Going Underground with the Cover Up

Well, we had a bit of a lively show……in the studio was the full complement of the band known as The Cover Up – A ska based band who have supported Bad Manners and are soon to support Bruce Foxton’s ‘The Jam’ in Brighton – https://www.thecoverup.co.uk/

[audio:https://www.phoenixfm.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/02/20110219080010-2.mp3|titles=The CoverUp – interview]

Twoofer’s this week was inspired by my guests, so we had two from those nutty boys Aka Madness – ‘Our House’ and ‘House of Fun’.

My Comedy Picks:

See Andy Parsons, at the Comedy Store.
22nd February.
Andy Parsons will be joining the Comedy Store Players for a night of comedy improvisation at the Comedy Store. Other comedians on the bill include Paul Thorne, Martin Coyote, Steve Gribbin, Sean Meo and Ian Stone.
& 1st March 2011.
on the bill on this night are Paul Thorne, Martin Coyote, Steve Gribbin, Alun Cochrane and Ian Stone.

My Live music choices:

Tue 22 Feb. The Bravery – Hoxton Square Bar & Kitchen, London.
Art-rockers from New York fronted by the aggressively sexy Sam Endicott. The American hipsters are profoundly influenced by the New Wave movement of the early eighties and became a cult music fan’s favourite when The Killers were enjoying their purple patch in 2005.

Wed 23 Feb. Cold War Kids – Koko,Camden.
American college rock band from Long Beach, California with a soulful rythmn section and lung fuelled vocals. They have already established themselves a cult fan base and their biggest hits to date are ‘Hospital Beds’ and ‘Hang Me Up To Dry’.

Wed 23 Feb. Peter Bjorn and John – The Lexington, Islington.
The Swedish trio return with pop and rock classics-to-be.

Sun 27 Feb. PJ Harvey – Troxy, Kings Cross.
Singer-songwriter from Dorset is adored on both sides of the Atlantic for her musical artistry and dirty romantic nihilism.

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Going Underground with the Cover Up

Well, we had a bit of a lively show……in the studio was the full complement of the band known as The Cover Up – A ska based band who have supported Bad Manners and are soon to support Bruce Foxton’s ‘The Jam’ in Brighton – https://www.thecoverup.co.uk/

[audio:https://www.phoenixfm.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/02/20110219080010-2.mp3|titles=The CoverUp – interview]

Twoofer’s this week was inspired by my guests, so we had two from those nutty boys Aka Madness – ‘Our House’ and ‘House of Fun’.

My Comedy Picks:

See Andy Parsons, at the Comedy Store.
22nd February.
Andy Parsons will be joining the Comedy Store Players for a night of comedy improvisation at the Comedy Store. Other comedians on the bill include Paul Thorne, Martin Coyote, Steve Gribbin, Sean Meo and Ian Stone.
& 1st March 2011.
on the bill on this night are Paul Thorne, Martin Coyote, Steve Gribbin, Alun Cochrane and Ian Stone.

My Live music choices:

Tue 22 Feb. The Bravery – Hoxton Square Bar & Kitchen, London.
Art-rockers from New York fronted by the aggressively sexy Sam Endicott. The American hipsters are profoundly influenced by the New Wave movement of the early eighties and became a cult music fan’s favourite when The Killers were enjoying their purple patch in 2005.

Wed 23 Feb. Cold War Kids – Koko,Camden.
American college rock band from Long Beach, California with a soulful rythmn section and lung fuelled vocals. They have already established themselves a cult fan base and their biggest hits to date are ‘Hospital Beds’ and ‘Hang Me Up To Dry’.

Wed 23 Feb. Peter Bjorn and John – The Lexington, Islington.
The Swedish trio return with pop and rock classics-to-be.

Sun 27 Feb. PJ Harvey – Troxy, Kings Cross.
Singer-songwriter from Dorset is adored on both sides of the Atlantic for her musical artistry and dirty romantic nihilism.

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