My interest in music started when I first lived in London in 1970 when I became a regular at the famous Marquee Club. The original venue in Wardour Street has gone with on a commemorative plaque to Keith Moon, late drummer of The Who marking the spot. I had the privilege of seeing many bands from the Woodstock Rock era (1964 –74) some that made it, many that didn’t. Since then music has been very much part of my life.
I was invited to join the Woodstock Rock collective after a few drinks in a bar in Kobe!
Depends largely on what I’m listening to when Mars strikes! Having said that I would grab hold of:
RTR offers listeners an incredible range of music genres which is presented by people who are knowledgeable and passionate.
You get some strange phone calls, especially when we did the 10 – midnight shift!
My background is in shipping and overseas trade development and I am currently with the Department of Agriculture & Food.
Tuesday 17th July
Australian blues singer songwriter Lloyd Spiegel has released many albums in his time including his most […]