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Mike Summers – Live Session & Interview – 10/06/12

For this weeks show I was joined live in the studio by local singer-songwriter Mike Summers, who a couple of months ago played a brilliant set at the first 33RPM night that took place in Southend.
We had a chat about his music, his passion for music and his new band that he is putting together and a lot more.
He also played 3 songs for us live which you can hear below.

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What really came across (along with his talent), is the drive and determination that he has and I’m sure we will be hearing a lot more from him in the future.
If you want to hear more from Mike and keep upto date with gig news there is his Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/MusicMikeSummers and also check out some live videos on his Youtube channel https://www.youtube.com/user/MikeSummersLive.
He has a show planned with the new band at Chinnerys Southend on Saturday July 7th. I’ll definitely be there!
The rest of the shows playlist came from some of my (and a little help from Mike) favourite singer-songwriters.

01 – David Bowie – Diamond Dogs (Diamond Dogs – 1974)
02 – Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy – You Want That Picture (Lie Down In The Light – 2008)
03 – Kristin Hersh – Candyland  (Sunny Border Blue – 2001)
04 – Nina Nastasia – Jim’s Room (On Leaving – 2006)
05 – Lee Ranaldo – Xtina As I Knew Her (Between The Time And Tides – 2012)
06 – Bon Iver – The Wolves (Act I And II) (For Emma, Forever Ago – 2007)
07 – Beth Orton – Sweetest Decline (Central Reservation – 1999)
08 – Juliana Hatfield – Failure (There’s Always Another Girl – 2011)
09 – Neil Young – Southern Man (After The Gold Rush – 1970)
10 – Bob Dylan – All I Really Want to Do (Another Side Of Bob Dylan – 1964)
11 – Regina Spektor – Firewood (What We Saw From The Cheap Seats – 2012)
12 – Owen Pallett – Tryst with Mephistopheles (Heartland – 2010)
13 – John Mayer – Stop This Train (Continuum – 2006
14 – Owen – Most Nights (Owen – 2001)
15 – Willy Mason – When The Leaves Have Fallen (If The Ocean Gets Rough – 2007)

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Mike Summers – Live Session & Interview – 10/06/12

For this weeks show I was joined live in the studio by local singer-songwriter Mike Summers, who a couple of months ago played a brilliant set at the first 33RPM night that took place in Southend.
We had a chat about his music, his passion for music and his new band that he is putting together and a lot more.
He also played 3 songs for us live which you can hear below.

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What really came across (along with his talent), is the drive and determination that he has and I’m sure we will be hearing a lot more from him in the future.
If you want to hear more from Mike and keep upto date with gig news there is his Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/MusicMikeSummers and also check out some live videos on his Youtube channel https://www.youtube.com/user/MikeSummersLive.
He has a show planned with the new band at Chinnerys Southend on Saturday July 7th. I’ll definitely be there!
The rest of the shows playlist came from some of my (and a little help from Mike) favourite singer-songwriters.

01 – David Bowie – Diamond Dogs (Diamond Dogs – 1974)
02 – Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy – You Want That Picture (Lie Down In The Light – 2008)
03 – Kristin Hersh – Candyland  (Sunny Border Blue – 2001)
04 – Nina Nastasia – Jim’s Room (On Leaving – 2006)
05 – Lee Ranaldo – Xtina As I Knew Her (Between The Time And Tides – 2012)
06 – Bon Iver – The Wolves (Act I And II) (For Emma, Forever Ago – 2007)
07 – Beth Orton – Sweetest Decline (Central Reservation – 1999)
08 – Juliana Hatfield – Failure (There’s Always Another Girl – 2011)
09 – Neil Young – Southern Man (After The Gold Rush – 1970)
10 – Bob Dylan – All I Really Want to Do (Another Side Of Bob Dylan – 1964)
11 – Regina Spektor – Firewood (What We Saw From The Cheap Seats – 2012)
12 – Owen Pallett – Tryst with Mephistopheles (Heartland – 2010)
13 – John Mayer – Stop This Train (Continuum – 2006
14 – Owen – Most Nights (Owen – 2001)
15 – Willy Mason – When The Leaves Have Fallen (If The Ocean Gets Rough – 2007)

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Mike Summers – Live Session & Interview – 10/06/12

For this weeks show I was joined live in the studio by local singer-songwriter Mike Summers, who a couple of months ago played a brilliant set at the first 33RPM night that took place in Southend.
We had a chat about his music, his passion for music and his new band that he is putting together and a lot more.
He also played 3 songs for us live which you can hear below.

[soundcloud url=”https://api.soundcloud.com/playlists/2119176″ height=”200″ iframe=”true” /]

What really came across (along with his talent), is the drive and determination that he has and I’m sure we will be hearing a lot more from him in the future.
If you want to hear more from Mike and keep upto date with gig news there is his Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/MusicMikeSummers and also check out some live videos on his Youtube channel https://www.youtube.com/user/MikeSummersLive.
He has a show planned with the new band at Chinnerys Southend on Saturday July 7th. I’ll definitely be there!
The rest of the shows playlist came from some of my (and a little help from Mike) favourite singer-songwriters.

01 – David Bowie – Diamond Dogs (Diamond Dogs – 1974)
02 – Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy – You Want That Picture (Lie Down In The Light – 2008)
03 – Kristin Hersh – Candyland  (Sunny Border Blue – 2001)
04 – Nina Nastasia – Jim’s Room (On Leaving – 2006)
05 – Lee Ranaldo – Xtina As I Knew Her (Between The Time And Tides – 2012)
06 – Bon Iver – The Wolves (Act I And II) (For Emma, Forever Ago – 2007)
07 – Beth Orton – Sweetest Decline (Central Reservation – 1999)
08 – Juliana Hatfield – Failure (There’s Always Another Girl – 2011)
09 – Neil Young – Southern Man (After The Gold Rush – 1970)
10 – Bob Dylan – All I Really Want to Do (Another Side Of Bob Dylan – 1964)
11 – Regina Spektor – Firewood (What We Saw From The Cheap Seats – 2012)
12 – Owen Pallett – Tryst with Mephistopheles (Heartland – 2010)
13 – John Mayer – Stop This Train (Continuum – 2006
14 – Owen – Most Nights (Owen – 2001)
15 – Willy Mason – When The Leaves Have Fallen (If The Ocean Gets Rough – 2007)

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Mike Summers – Live Session & Interview – 10/06/12

For this weeks show I was joined live in the studio by local singer-songwriter Mike Summers, who a couple of months ago played a brilliant set at the first 33RPM night that took place in Southend.
We had a chat about his music, his passion for music and his new band that he is putting together and a lot more.
He also played 3 songs for us live which you can hear below.

[soundcloud url=”https://api.soundcloud.com/playlists/2119176″ height=”200″ iframe=”true” /]

What really came across (along with his talent), is the drive and determination that he has and I’m sure we will be hearing a lot more from him in the future.
If you want to hear more from Mike and keep upto date with gig news there is his Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/MusicMikeSummers and also check out some live videos on his Youtube channel https://www.youtube.com/user/MikeSummersLive.
He has a show planned with the new band at Chinnerys Southend on Saturday July 7th. I’ll definitely be there!
The rest of the shows playlist came from some of my (and a little help from Mike) favourite singer-songwriters.

01 – David Bowie – Diamond Dogs (Diamond Dogs – 1974)
02 – Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy – You Want That Picture (Lie Down In The Light – 2008)
03 – Kristin Hersh – Candyland  (Sunny Border Blue – 2001)
04 – Nina Nastasia – Jim’s Room (On Leaving – 2006)
05 – Lee Ranaldo – Xtina As I Knew Her (Between The Time And Tides – 2012)
06 – Bon Iver – The Wolves (Act I And II) (For Emma, Forever Ago – 2007)
07 – Beth Orton – Sweetest Decline (Central Reservation – 1999)
08 – Juliana Hatfield – Failure (There’s Always Another Girl – 2011)
09 – Neil Young – Southern Man (After The Gold Rush – 1970)
10 – Bob Dylan – All I Really Want to Do (Another Side Of Bob Dylan – 1964)
11 – Regina Spektor – Firewood (What We Saw From The Cheap Seats – 2012)
12 – Owen Pallett – Tryst with Mephistopheles (Heartland – 2010)
13 – John Mayer – Stop This Train (Continuum – 2006
14 – Owen – Most Nights (Owen – 2001)
15 – Willy Mason – When The Leaves Have Fallen (If The Ocean Gets Rough – 2007)

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