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Show blog: Feb 19th – Going Underground

Posted in British pop, DJ, Presenter, radio, Rock music with tags , , , , on February 21, 2011 by Rob Harvey (Robrv)

Well, we had a bit of a lively show this week……Not just because of the wave of great music, but in the studio this week was the full complement of the band known as The Cover Up – A locally based ska based band who have supported Bad Manners and are now soon to support Bruce Foxton’s ‘The Jam’ , who play Brighton.

For more on the lads, have a sniff @ – http://www.thecoverup.co.uk

Top floor from The Cover Up - http://www.thecoverup.co.uk/

Twoofer’s this week was inspired by feel my guests, so We had two from Madness – Our House and House of Fun.

My Comedy Pick…. 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.

Second chance to catch Andy, is on 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.

Don’t forget if you missed the Phoenix FM Events guides to check the website:http://www.phoenixfm.com/events.php

If your band or local comic and you’d like to get involved with my show……..email me at Rob@phoenixfm.com

Ciao Bella.

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