It’s no surprise that Aretha Franklin can sing but this performance for Carole King is like nothing you’ve ever seen. It will warm your very soul.
A labour of love, A Song For Every Moon is a spellbinding, emotional journey. Lyrically sharp, vocally superb and musically unique.
Introducing Ten Tracks – The Lauditorium playlist. A curated list of long-standing favourites and new finds, updated weekly so hit Follow on your Spotify app of choice.
Enya, Microsoft Word, dead grandads, yoga, gravy and food babies. Quite a mix this week.
Bonus Track: “When You Love Someone” from @JamesTWmusic is genuinely touching. A real pull at the heartstrings.
Apparently, “Shinyribs is an American country-soul, swamp-funk band from Austin, Texas.” I don’t know what swamp-funk is in all honesty, but if it’s as much fun as this song then I like it.
Pick your moment and Love & Hate by Michael Kiwanuka is one of the most perfect albums you’ll ever hear.
McDonald’s, pies that aren’t pies, garbage, pumpkins, incest, puns, bubblewrap and cocaine make up this week’s funniest tweets. Happy Saturday!
A banjo, a cello and some serious finger-clicking. You might never get this catchy bluegrass ditty out of your head.
For a while now I’ve been thinking about jotting down some of my thoughts and feelings about losing my Dad earlier this year. Now that this site is up and running and I seem to have caught the bug for writing, I decided I’d put together a series of short posts about him and what he went through.