This site is the sister site to The House Concert Hub community and has been inherited in the main by kind donation of Shaun Belcher and Trailer Star.
It is the sum total of over ten years of tending a tender love of music by Shaun, a life time with Trailer Star and five or so years of an association with Rob Ellen from Medicine Music.
The House Concert Hub community will use it for the purpose of providing a online, all singing all dancing, review and preview area for the music of the community, and the music community at large. Have a look around tell your friends use the share button, tell the world.
We need reviewers, the idea is we have a correspondents in every area of the musical global village, it will be edited and co-ordinated by Rob Ellen of Medicine Music publicist promoter and presenter, if you wish to subscribe as a correspondent, join up here and drop Rob a line, he will send you cd's and send you to shows, display and publicise your content.
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Welcome to Flyinshoes Review
Added by Editorial on May 26, 2013
Added by Maurice Hope on May 6, 2013
Added by Maurice Hope on April 7, 2013
Added by The Medicine Show on May 26, 2013
Added by Alan Harrison on May 24, 2013
Singer-songwriter Lachlan Bryan grew up about as deep south as you can get - all the way down in Melbourne, Australia. There he was introduced, by his Scottish parents no less, to the songs of Hank Williams, Bob Dylan, Willie Nelson and The Rolling Stones - all writers that would have great influence over his early musical development.
In High School Bryan discovered some new heroes - namely Tom Waits, John Prine, Townes Van Zandt and famed 'local' Nick Cave. It was the deepest, darkest, country-est elements of these writers that most inspired Bryan's debut album Ballad of a Young Married Man, which he released with his band (The Wildes) in 2010. The album met with critical acclaim in his home country, and led Bryan to a record deal with Sony Music Australia to release new discShadow of the Gun last year.
Official music video for Whistle & Waltz, an engaging duet with Kasey Chambers from Lachlan Bryan's debut album Shadow of the Gun. The video was conceived and directed by Sean Genders, and stars Caitlin Harnett. Visit www.lachlanbryan.com to purchase the album, or get it from iTunes.
Those Glossy Mags have their Cover CD to give away, so I thought it might be fun to offer the Flyinshoes Review Spotify Rolling Playlist, I'll be adding music by FSR featured artists as we feature them and we invite you to join us on Spotify and subscribe to our playlist. All the albums represented here are preview & Reviews here on FSR, a simple search will find them, many of the artists are also interviewed and featured.
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Posted by Maurice Hope on June 16, 2013 at 16:39
I hate large stadium arenas but I adore Bruce Springsteen. I’m with the purists who argue that shows in such venues are much less satisfying than in smaller, intimate venues but, but, but….Springsteen is one of those artists who make a large venue seem small. For him it’s all about the music and the energy of the performance – no laser beams, no pyrotechnics, no circus – just a blacked out stage with three huge video screens and an E Street Band, most of whom have been playing with him since…Continue
Posted by Jela Webb on June 16, 2013 at 14:29
Special guests on selected dates Mary Jean Lewis, Bill Kirchen, Boss Cain, Alan Tyler, Mark Dean, Ronnie Costley, Dr Pickup, The Holly Ghosts, Richie Lawrence, Alan Frew, Fash Stewart & The Slim Panatellas !
+ the proverbial many more.
Phil Lee Home …Continue
Posted by The Medicine Show on June 16, 2013 at 13:30
Posted by Bill Frater on June 15, 2013 at 18:41
Posted by Maurice Hope on June 15, 2013 at 7:00
With his 2010 album, What Good Am I To You, listed in Classic Rock’s top 50 albums of the year, the follow up could have been difficult. The opener, Alley Cat, dispels the fears immediately with its great riff and deep, velvet vocals. That voice is the constant despite some genre switches…Continue
Posted by David Blue on June 13, 2013 at 22:47
Really, all is need to tell you is that for the second encore Billy Bragg played the whole of his debut album LIFE’S A RIOT WITH SPY VS SPY for you to understand what an amazing show this was!
In thirty years, Bragg has travelled the path from angry young man, to political activist to national treasure and his live performances are among the best you’ll ever experience.
Yes, he’s still political, that campaigning mind-set is written in his DNA but he juxtaposes hard-hitting…Continue
Posted by Jela Webb on June 14, 2013 at 20:40
Posted by The Medicine Show on June 12, 2013 at 21:00
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