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Euros Childs House Arrest
Ian Haughey

One intrepid pigeon climbs the costal path to watch Euros Childs. His first solo(ish) tour for a couple of years. Live music from the wilds of Pembrokeshire.

Happy Soul Band
Emily Jones

Over the bank holiday weekend, the 17th annual Audlem Festival took place in and around the quaint South Cheshire village. For many, Audlem may not be the first place that springs to mind when thinking of places to host live music, poetry and community events.

Nantwich Jazz & Blues 2017
Emily Jones

Over the easter weekend, music filled the streets of Nantwich at the annual Jazz & Blues Festival held in an array of bars, clubs and other venues.

Bonnie motorbike poster
Ian Haughey

I'm not one for listening to music whilst riding the Bonnie out on the open road but I often have music playing whilst donning boots, jacket and helmet.

The Rainband
Heidi Browne

Manchester Indie favourites The Rainband headline this month's FatPigeonLive event of live streamed music on 4 March.

vinyl record on turntable
Mike Hancock

Despite some unquestionable advantages of CDs, sales of vinyl records are thriving and for some pretty good reasons too.

santa, xmas, christmas, father christmas
Heidi Browne

American songwriter and record producer Fiona Apple, has released a splendid rendition of Nat King Cole's Christmas Song.

Martin Finnigan The Rainband
Ian Haughey

The Rainband; pub gig or stadium headline you get the full-on performance from these guys. The hits rolled out and new release was nailed in this hour-long plus set.

Hanco vinyl records
Mike Hancock

Music DJ's and producers who still prefer vinyl for the combination of warm sound, clarity and depth.

James McGrath
Ian Haughey

A live music session broadcast with leading Irish singer-songwriter James McGrath as our special FatPigeonLive guest.

Motorbikes on sea cliff
Ian Haughey

Hoc sits astride his trusty motorbike and joins his mates for a few days riding in the Yorkshire Dales. Oh, and a bit of drinking. Oh, and a bit of music.

Cob Records shop
Ian Haughey

There are somethings that are reassuring, take Autumnal mornings for an instance, a freshness in the air, mist floating over the fields punctuated by the shadows of the hedgerows and trees, the emergence of yellow and orange and red hues. An enthralling backdrop as I roll out the Bonnie for an ea

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