May 4, 2011 · 6:43 pm
Oot – The May edition of my What’s On column in the Broughton Spurtle
Interview with Friends are Friends (formerly Epic 26) – The penultimate article for STV Local in the series about the bands involved in the Sick Kids Charity CD, No Colour Too Strong to Paint, which will be launched this Saturday (May 7) at Maggie’s Chamber in the Cowgate. Unfortunately I can’t go, but I’m sure it’ll be a good night.
April 17, 2011 · 1:34 pm
An interview with The Thanes about their involvement in No Colour Too Strong to Paint (a CD raising money for the Sick Kids Hospital in Edinburgh) for STV Local
April 9, 2011 · 10:34 am
A review – Around The World in 80 Days by Lung Ha’s Theatre Company at The Traverse (for The Edinburgh Reporter)
An interview – Imperial Racing Club on their involvement in the Sick Kids charity CD (for STV Local)
Filed under Community News, cowgate, Edinburgh, edinburghreporter, music, noise, STVLocal
Tagged as additionalsupportneeds, arts, charity, inclusion, sickkids, theatre
April 7, 2011 · 6:27 pm
My STV Local interview with Steve Heron about his involvement in the Sick Kids charity CD.
March 31, 2011 · 7:00 pm
The title pretty much says it all… Here is another interview for STV Local with Scrap Brain, one of the bands involved in No Colour Too Strong to Paint, a charity CD raising funds for the Sick Kids Foundation.
Filed under antics, Community News, cowgate, Edinburgh, gig, music, noise, pogo, STVLocal
Tagged as edrock.net, grunge, punk, sickkids
March 29, 2011 · 6:25 pm
My second band profile for STV, promoting the charity CD No Colour Too Strong to Paint which is being released in May to raise pennies for The Sick Kid’s Foundation. In this interview I spoke to Steven from the 10.04’s, the local band behind the upcoming Haddow Fest weekend.
Filed under Community News, cowgate, Edinburgh, music, noise, pogo, STVLocal
Tagged as charity, haddowfest, indie, livemusic, nocolourtoostrongtopaint, punk, sickkids
March 8, 2011 · 11:31 pm
21 Edinburgh bands are teaming up to release a charity album to raise money for the Sick Kids Foundation.
I wrote an article about it for STV Local.