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Live Long And Rock

As  the month of February comes to an end we hear the sad news of the passing of Star Trek Legend, Mr Spock aka Leonard Nimoy, who was lesser know for his occasional songs- so we dug out a classic in tribute.

We had the latest release from Scotland’s Analog Angel and a few classic tracks along the way, plus we got to hear from Tony Mayo, the man behind cult electronic punk band, Naked Lunch. We chatted about playing live back at the start in the 1980’s to now, plus the joys of getting up close with your audience, forgiveness and the pranks of road crews.  On my talking bit, I looked back at the recent accident Madonna had at the Brits and posed the question around seeing other have an accident on stage. My story of the week was a sad tale of a man who was stung by the divorce courts for telling his wife he didn’t love her.

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Feb 28th 2015 Saturday Breakfast Show on Phoenix 98 FM (Edited) by Robrv on Mixcloud

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Live Long And Rock

As  the month of February comes to an end we hear the sad news of the passing of Star Trek Legend, Mr Spock aka Leonard Nimoy, who was lesser know for his occasional songs- so we dug out a classic in tribute.

We had the latest release from Scotland’s Analog Angel and a few classic tracks along the way, plus we got to hear from Tony Mayo, the man behind cult electronic punk band, Naked Lunch. We chatted about playing live back at the start in the 1980’s to now, plus the joys of getting up close with your audience, forgiveness and the pranks of road crews.  On my talking bit, I looked back at the recent accident Madonna had at the Brits and posed the question around seeing other have an accident on stage. My story of the week was a sad tale of a man who was stung by the divorce courts for telling his wife he didn’t love her.

If you missed the live show, then please subscribe and follow my Mixcloud edition;

Feb 28th 2015 Saturday Breakfast Show on Phoenix 98 FM (Edited) by Robrv on Mixcloud

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Live Long And Rock

As  the month of February comes to an end we hear the sad news of the passing of Star Trek Legend, Mr Spock aka Leonard Nimoy, who was lesser know for his occasional songs- so we dug out a classic in tribute.

We had the latest release from Scotland’s Analog Angel and a few classic tracks along the way, plus we got to hear from Tony Mayo, the man behind cult electronic punk band, Naked Lunch. We chatted about playing live back at the start in the 1980’s to now, plus the joys of getting up close with your audience, forgiveness and the pranks of road crews.  On my talking bit, I looked back at the recent accident Madonna had at the Brits and posed the question around seeing other have an accident on stage. My story of the week was a sad tale of a man who was stung by the divorce courts for telling his wife he didn’t love her.

If you missed the live show, then please subscribe and follow my Mixcloud edition;

Feb 28th 2015 Saturday Breakfast Show on Phoenix 98 FM (Edited) by Robrv on Mixcloud

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Live Long And Rock

As  the month of February comes to an end we hear the sad news of the passing of Star Trek Legend, Mr Spock aka Leonard Nimoy, who was lesser know for his occasional songs- so we dug out a classic in tribute.

We had the latest release from Scotland’s Analog Angel and a few classic tracks along the way, plus we got to hear from Tony Mayo, the man behind cult electronic punk band, Naked Lunch. We chatted about playing live back at the start in the 1980’s to now, plus the joys of getting up close with your audience, forgiveness and the pranks of road crews.  On my talking bit, I looked back at the recent accident Madonna had at the Brits and posed the question around seeing other have an accident on stage. My story of the week was a sad tale of a man who was stung by the divorce courts for telling his wife he didn’t love her.

If you missed the live show, then please subscribe and follow my Mixcloud edition;

Feb 28th 2015 Saturday Breakfast Show on Phoenix 98 FM (Edited) by Robrv on Mixcloud

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