Daily Archives : April 20th, 2021

Small But Massive Podcast #04 – Noella Hutton

Described as the most famous Derry woman, that you have never heard off.

Thee Noella Hutton joins Paddy to talk about the hay days when she shared the stage with Boy George, Stevie Nicks and The Dixie Chicks, to name but a few. We hear about her time gigging in London before she headed off to the states where she attended parties at the PlayBoy Mansion. Taking us up to the now, her new album ‘Lovers & Liars’ and what’s to come.

This initial series of 10 podcasts and music recordings is supported by Arts Council of NI’s Creative Seeds Fund and Mid Ulster District Council.

Available, on Spotify, Apple Podcasts and Podbean.

Donations are welcome to support the ongoing music, multimedia and arts development programmes for young rural based and homegrown talent – https://localgiving.org/charity/cornstorecreativehub/

Small But Massive Podcast #04 – Gemma Bradley

We were delighted Gemma Bradley joined us for our third SBM Podcast. A familiar face around Glasgowbury HQ, but is making BIG waves in the music circuit, as an artists in her own right and a BBC Music Presenter for Across The Line AND recently announced the new BBC RADIO ONE BBC MUSIC INTRODUCING. Join Paddy and Gemma for chat about the early days and her exciting and busy future.

This initial series of 10 podcasts and music recordings is supported by Arts Council of NI’s Creative Seeds Fund and Mid Ulster District Council.

Available, on Spotify, Apple Podcasts and Podbean.

Donations are welcome to support the ongoing music, multimedia and arts development programmes for young rural based and homegrown talent – https://localgiving.org/charity/cornstorecreativehub/

Small But Massive Podcast #2 – Junior Johnson

 

Paddy was joined by old friend, Junior Johnson. They talk about times spent in the studio with Mudd Wallace, Junior’s experience on the Rural Key Project, the importance of honeybees & Lord Lambourne apples.

This initial series of 10 podcasts and music recordings is supported by Arts Council of NI’s Creative Seeds Fund and Mid Ulster District Council.

Donations are welcome to support the ongoing music, multimedia and arts development programmes for young rural based and homegrown talent – https://localgiving.org/charity/cornstorecreativehub/

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