I play Ukulele with a couple of groups - get a great deal of enjoyment from the music (even if my mind goes a bit blank from time to time) - I live in Somerset and play at least twice a week, sometimes more. We play the old favourites and there are those songs I've never heard before, but they soon become familiar. But it all depends on what the leaders like.
I have been listening to or involved in music since I was 11!
Having just joined this site I was wondering if any other people remember using all different formats of recording and playing music what hifi equipment musical instruments etc?
I listen to and played everything and anything throughout the years and miss chatting about all things musical!
Is it just me or are there lots of others out there?
I came across him on YouTube yesterday. It seems he has been around for a few years yet l have not heard of him. He is the first musician to grab my attention in a long time. I am looking forward to getting more familiar with him. I listen to classical music a lot but not crossover. Anyone else like him?
No one deserves it more. He was the most brilliantly talented man who was severely underrated. Let’s do this for him, he loved his fans in the U.K! https://www.gopetition.com/petitions/induct-david-cassidy-into-rock-roll-hall-of-fame.html
Being brought up in the early 60s , I did manage to see a few bands plus others before they went onto famous ladder. Music wise I recall seeing a band at work on a Xmas do, they were then known as Episode Six, but my workplace also saw someone I had spoken to through work getting on stage with them he was Ian Gillan, and they later became Deep Purple... Continuing in the music theme, another band whilst serving in RAF, known as Ambrose Slade which became Slade, we also in the NAAFI had Black Sabbath as well. Although not music related I had the pleasure of being in the same workplace as Pam Ayres, I mainly got to know her and her sister as we attended further education one day a week from work in Oxford.