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Mar 8, 2022

Jo Hudson-Lett has spent over 25 years in the creative arts and media industry. She has worked for the BBC and with Bedford Creative Arts and the UK Centre for Carnival Arts. She is currently Senior Producer at Revoluton Arts cultivating grassroots creativity in Luton. Jo also runs her own company 'Just Purple Presents'...


Mar 8, 2022

The second part of our interview with Jo Hudson-Lett begins with a reference to the forthcoming 250th anniversary celebrations of the writing of Amazing Grace. The slave trader associations of its author John Newton inevitably lead into uncomfortable territory but such conversations sometimes need to be had.

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Jan 12, 2022

Singer/songwriter Keith Christmas rose to prominence with 3 excellent albums in the late 60s/early 70s. During this period he appeared at the first Glastonbury festival, worked with David Bowie on the 'Space Oddity' album and toured the UK and Europe as a solo artist or support act to many of the top names of the...


Dec 19, 2021

Born in the USA but raised from an early age in Canada, alt-country singer-songwriter Suzie Ungerleider performed for many years under the name 'Oh Susanna.' Recent circumstances and introspection have caused her to leave that persona behind, hence the title of her most recent album 'My Name is Suzie Ungerleider.' In...


Dec 1, 2021

Lunatraktors are Carli Jefferson and Clair Le Couteur. Influenced by flamenco, post-punk and trip hop, their 'broken folk' sound strips trad folk back to rhythm and voice. Combining Carli's percussive and choreographic talents with trans folk singer Clair's four octave vocal range and original compositions, they conjure...