(Duke Ellington - aka: National Treasure) A repost from 2009, but you may have missed it the first time around. A previously unheard and unknown, recently discovered performance by Duke Ellington and his Famous Orchestra, along with members
Newstalgia Backstage Weekend with The Tourists (featuring Annie Lennox and Dave Stewart), live in London, 1980.
Newstalgia Backstage Weekend Double Bill - Peter Frampton (Frampton's Camel) and The Groundhogs, live in concert from 1974 as recorded by The BBC.
(Georgie Fame and The Blue Flames - In 1964 riding the epitome of cool) (The Rolling Stones - in 1964 - not fooling anybody with the squeaky clean act) If I haven't already screamed the praises of BBC 6 Music on an almost daily basis,
Backstage Weekend featuring Third World, live at The Hammersmith Odeon, London - recorded by the BBC in 1982.
(Massive Attack - taking the audience willingly to uncharted territory) This is a repost from last year and, in case you missed it the first time around, here it is. During our last fundraiser in December, I ran a Massive Attack concert via
Newstalgia Backstage Weekend featuring Eric Clapton, live at the Odyssey Arena in Belfast, recorded on April 24, 2004.
Newstalgia Backstage Weekend Double Bill with Foreigner, live in Studio - July 1, 1977 and reformed Spanish Indie Band Sexy Sadie, live at the Sonorama 2011 Festival, outside Madrid, Spain - August 13, 2011.
Backstage Weekend with a tribute to Amy Winehouse who passed away today at the age of 27. A live concert recorded at The Hove Festival in Norway on June 26, 2007.
(Supersister - One of the most influential bands of the 70s most people never heard of) One of the great upshots of the Progressive era in rock music was that few years where bands were influencing each other, freely borrowing and nobody from
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