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Chris Tait’s Story

“Fire in the disco, fire in the gates of hell…” It could be argued that this exact lyric became all too real for Electric Six keyboard player, Chris Tait. The...

Frank Turner’s Story

I started playing music when I was about 12, and, through a predilection for the DIY hardcore scene and its attendant ethics, I did my first tour when I was...

Paul Cooper’s Story

I’ve worked as a touring sound engineer for 12 years now. Mostly over the last five years, Bastille has been my main show. It was two years into this, that...

Andy Franks’ Story

I, like probably many others, started drinking and smoking at an early age. I lived in Bristol where drugs seemed to be part of growing up. When I got into...

Matt Thomas’ Story

From the moment I picked up my first drink in my early teens, I didn’t want to stop. It was the start of a drinking session that lasted 25 years....
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Cam’s Story

Growing up in rural England, it was Cam’s aspiration to tour for a living. At 17, he began networking around local bands and eventually landed his first job as a...

Find out our picks for National Album Day’s #MyAlbumEscape

This year, National Album Day also lands on the same day as World Mental Health Day - a time which is used for reflecting on how to improve everyone’s mental...
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Tune in to Writers Garden Live in aid of Music Support

Saturday, July 18th sees Squeeze’s Chris Difford host an ‘at home concert’ live from his Writers Garden in Sussex. Stay home, tune in and save lives. In the Writers Garden...
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The BRIT Trust donate £30,000 to Music Support to promote mental well-being in the artist & music community

Record industry charity The BRIT Trust, which draws much of its funding from the annual BRIT Awards, have today announce a donation of £30,000 to Music Support. The money will...