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The Melbourne report

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After four radio interviews, enthusiastic album airplay, a feature article in the local music press and an epic two set show at the superb Northcote Social Club, The Disenchanted’s February trip to Melbourne was swift but successful. Melbourne is one of the greatest music towns in the world, 3RRR is[…]

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Bringing It All Back Home

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London update It’s been a unexpectedly busy year music-wise, with gigs every 6 weeks in London – all at small but famous venues.   Always a thrill to play places which have a rich music history where my idols have performed, such as the Water Rats in Kings Cross – the[…]

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Getting Better All The Time

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June Was the End of May The last few weeks have been victorious ones for Skeltys’ campaigns. I type this as Tory leader Theresa May is swiftly doing a deal with the Northern Ireland Democratic Unionist Party (DUP), a  divisive far right wing party of women and gay haters founded by[…]

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Can you Throw a Dime into the Digital Begging Bowl?

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I could be wrong, but I think I have released 11 albums so far.  Maybe 12 if I include all my extremely odd Stoner Classix vinyl, which are currently enjoying a resurgence of interest.  Regardless, I choose to regard the album I am currently working on –  Deal With Your Disenchantment  –[…]

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Where Have They Gone?

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Merry Christmas Mr Lawrence So how many childhood heroes did I lose in 2016? Bowie, Prince, Cohen, Gene Wilder, Greg Lake (from Emerson, Lake and Palmer), Ronnie Corbett, are the headlines. But the lesser known newly dead were also fond companions on my ‘growing up’ television – Andrew Sachs (Manuel[…]

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Merry Christmas – War is Over (if you want it)

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Lets get this first bit over with quickly… You might think that because I haven’t posted a blog for a year, I might have nothing to say. Not been up to much. 9.00 – 5.00 office worker, nose pressed flat against someone’s shoulder in the District Line crush to and from the Royal[…]

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