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Blue Odyssey Featured On Friday In The DET

January 16th, 2011

Blue Odyssey Featured On Friday In The DET

You can read the whole article by following THIS LINK

http://www.thisisderbyshire.co.uk/entertainmentnews/Musical-journey-took-Kev-heartland-America/article-3098363-detail/article.html


to the Derby Telegraph Website

Kev Moore Radio Interview

December 11th, 2010

Kev Moore Radio Interview

Thursday’s Sport at 6 on BBC Radio Derby hosted by Colin Bloomfield KEV MOORE interviewed at length about Blue Odyssey, Fan Fayre for the Commons people, The Mighty Rams and his trip across America earlier in the year. If you missed it, you can catch up via the BBC iplayer:

http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/p00chjd7/Sport_from_Six_09_12_2010/

Blue Odyssey

December 1st, 2010

Blue Odyssey

Published in the November issue of The Sentinella
"The Sentinella caught up with Turre resident Kev Moore after his gig at Bar Zambra during the town’s feria where he showcased many of the songs from his forthcoming album “Blue Oddessey”. Kev told us about the inspiration for the album and the colourful characters that have influenced the songs on it.
Earlier this year Kev and his partner, Miki went on a tour of the southern states of America, a journey through the heartland of America’s rich musical tapestry. From Nashville to Memphis and the home of Elvis, Graceland, they travelled into the Mississippi delta and to Helena where Kev performed on the famous King Biscuit time show with “Sunshine” Sonny Payne who guests on the album on the track “Pass the Biscuits”. Then onto Clarksdale for another show in Morgan Freeman's club 'Ground Zero', taking in visits to the Riverside Hotel where Bessie Smith died, and the legendary Crossroads where Robert Johnson sold his soul to the...

Christmas Singles - The Crackers And The Turkeys

December 1st, 2010

Christmas Singles - The Crackers And The Turkeys

Monthly column by Kev Moore in the southern Spanish magazine "The Sentinella".

Today:
Christmas Singles - The Crackers and the Turkeys

It's Christmastime - and the public braces itself for the usual raft of festive singles,guaranteeing to produce some all-time highs - and toe-curling lows! Let's put aside 2010, and go back in time....

The 'Golden era' for Christmas singles was undoubtedly 1972-75 - years which saw the first release of JOHN & YOKO: Happy Xmas (War is Over) (72), WIZZARD: I Wish it could be Christmas Everyday,(73) GREG LAKE: I Believe in Father Christmas,(75) MUD: Lonely this Christmas,(74) and SLADE: Merry Xmas Everybody (73). Surprisingly, only Slade and Mud reached Number One.

Surprisingly few Christmas Number One's actually refer to Christmas - but my criteria for choosing the best and worst is that they must mention the C word!
The best? No contest. Slade's Merry Xmas Everybody - all about Christmas fun, but crucially,...

Kid Monsta

December 1st, 2010

Kid Monsta

Kid Monsta makes his first appearance today in the southern Spanish publication "The Sentinella" in a new monthly comic strip by Kev Moore