Kensington Palace, Naked on stage and ‘Up your Ronson’…..

Kensington Palace, Naked on stage and ‘Up your Ronson’…..

So I write this as, I have played the first three shows as the support for Glenn Tilbrook from Squeeze’s UK Tour. My first ever concert, along with my sister was Squeeze at the Woolwich Coronet back in 1987, and now I get to play with the lead singer all these years later. The Tour takes in the length and the breadth of the United Kingdom, so I get to travel around the country that I have so many fond memories of. I moved away from the UK 11 years ago, but way before that I used to drive up and down the motorways playing shows. From around 1993 on wards I would play percussion alongside DJ’s at raves, and then started playing for electronic bands such as Evolution, Shiva and Danny Campbell. In just one night we would play 3 ‘Live PA’ shows at legendary clubs like Renaissance, Cream and Up your Ronson. Now in 2016, its a thrill to visit some of the towns and countryside from all those years ago. I’m taking lots of photo’s that i’ll put into an album and post later. The Shows – It is very exciting and at the same time, quite

People Magazine – HRH Prince William listens to Dirty Vegas

People Magazine – HRH Prince William listens to Dirty Vegas

Prince William Rocks Out with George at Early Morning Feedings It seems Prince George is already enrolled in the school of rock. Prince William revealed Wednesday that he often turns the radio on, and listens out for his favorite bands, when he gets up early to give son George a feeding. Joining BBC Radio 1’s Gemma Cairney for a Google Hangout as part of a search for young leaders around the world, William, 32, told Cairney he often tunes in to her show, which runs from 4 a.m. to 6:30 a.m. Cairney, 29, said William told her, ” ‘Sometimes when I’m up with George I have a listen.’ I was very flattered.” “He’s well informed [about music] as well,” Cairney told her listeners – so knowledgeable, in fact, that he compiled a list of some of his favorite bands so she could play some of them on her show. It was an “eclectic” mix, she said, one that included Linkin Park and the Foals. He even introduced her to a British band called Dirty Vegas. “Music’s a big thing for me,” he told her. At the end of her show, Cairney said, “If you’ve ever wondered what Prince Willy gets

The Sun HRH – Prince William listens to Dirty Vegas

The Sun HRH – Prince William listens to Dirty Vegas

E -online HRH – Prince William listens to Dirty Vegas

E -online HRH – Prince William listens to Dirty Vegas

Prince William is not like just any regular prince—he’s a cool dad, too. A British radio DJ Gemma Cairney recently hosted a Google+ Hangout with the 32-year-old British royal and his 29-year-old brother, Prince Harry . Cairney said William told her before the online show that he has listened to her BBC Radio 1 program, which airs from 4 a.m. to 6:30 a.m., while taking care of his and wife Kate’s 11-month-old son, Prince George. “You know, sometimes when I’m up with George …’ ‘I was like, ‘Yeah, yeah, ‘course, totes,’” she told listeners on her show on Thursday, July 10. “He said, ‘Yeah, you know, I have a listen.’ I was very flattered.” Cairney also named three bands that she says William has been listening to a lot lately. The groups are Linkin Park, British indie rock group Foals and the electronic band Dirty Vegas and their track “Days Gone By,” in particular. She said William told her, “Music is a big thing for me.” Cairney then played on her show what she dubbed a “Prince Willy mini-mix” made up of samples of four tracks: The Foals’ “My Number,” Linkin Park’s “Numb,” Dirty Vegas’ “Days Go By” and (since we are dealing