Reverend and the Makers Music Special27/05/2023
Listen again to some of the fantastic music specials recorded exclusively for BFBS by great musicians.
Danni G meets with Jon McClure AKA “Rev” - the frontman from the band 'Reverend and the Makers'. He’s a lad from Sheffield who loves music, beer, making mistakes and singing about them.
In this exclusive music special he talks about new music, stories from the road, what it means to be human and much more!
In this exclusive BFBS Music Special, Natasha Reneaux meets Aston Merrygold, from JLS.
Here he talks about the X Factor, going solo, JLS getting back together, potentially taking part in SAS: Who Dares Wins PLUS find out where he put his BRIT award!
In this new music special, George and Ben from BFBS chat to Lemar. We find out all about Lemar’s comeback, why now was the time for his new music and what exactly he’s been up to in the last decade.
In the music special, George and Ben meet Singer/songwriter, radio presenter and now dancer, Fleur East.
They chat all about Fleur's new music, her stints on the biggest reality TV shows in the country and more!
Listen as Joe Carden speaks with DJ and producer Sigala in this exclusive music special.
Find out how he got into producing his own music, his favourite artists to work with and even why a little bit of forces slang might just make it into one of his future tunes.
Danny Parkinson chats to Mike Joyce, drummer of The Smiths, 40 years after the band took the nation by storm with 'Hand In Glove'.
Find out about the rollercoaster ride of life in the band, stories of playing alongside Morrissey and Johnny Marr and why they still attract millions of streams, four decades later.
Join Mike Howarth for a one-hour music special with Kula Shaker. We talk 1990’s, touring the world and gifts from fans – some of which the fans wanted back!
We all know Jona Lewie's Stop the cavalry, after all it is a festive classic but it was never meant to be, as Natasha Reneaux has been finding out with the man himself. They chat about the inspiration behind the song, his new album which is coming out in January and talk everything Christmas and of course there will be plenty of festive songs in there as well.
The Proclaimers are probably best known for their iconic track ‘I’m gonnabe’, with a career spanning almost 40 years it’s still going strong and the duo have just released their 12th album 'Dentures Out'.
Gemma-Leigh James sits down with them to chat about some of the surprising people they’ve worked with, their catchy but honest songs and battered Mars Bars….If you’re not a Proclaimers fan, after this music special you probably will be.
In this festive treat, ’Gift of the Goss’, George has a good chat with Matt about all things Christmas, being back in the UK, his plans for 2023 from acting to a Bros reunion and what he doesn’t want to do on Christmas day…
In this BFBS exclusive music special, Amy Casey speaks with Ella Henderson about her rise to fame, collaborating with some of the current big names in the industry, what's next for her and more!
The Vamps are back out on the road this winter doing what they do best, playing live music! Amy Casey caught up with Brad, James, Connor and Tristan to find out about 10 years of music and their Greatest Hits Tour!
BFBS’ George Ryland had a long chat with Joe Lenzie, one half of Sigma, the multi-platinum selling British drum and bass duo.
Joe talks about the years before international success, how life has been since, artists they could have worked with PLUS, find out which female vocalist was supposed to be on their track ‘Glitterball’ before Ella Henderson got called in!
In this hilarious music special, James Blunt talks about his dad being a colonel in the Army Air Corps, growing up on military bases in Cyprus and Germany plus his time at Sandhurst. He's so military he even called his mum Sir!
Did you know: He taught Ed Sheeran to Ski, he owns a pub in Chelsea & he guarded the Queen Mothers' coffin when it was lying in state.
The Wombats are one of the most beloved bands in the UK, who have been writing their unique, danceable anthems for almost two decades.
The indie giants have just dropped their new album ‘Fix Yourself, Not The World’ - and they’re sounding better than ever.
Ben Coley speaks exclusively to drummer Dan Haggis about new music, early beginnings, and their upcoming tour.
BFBS's Gini Carlin catches up with the Mercury Prize-winning, chart-topping band alt-J - the group have plotted giant, globe-trotting tours, sold out Madison Square Garden, the Hollywood Bowl and the O2, amongst many others, and headlined almost any festival you care to mention.
The Divine Comedy Celebrating thirty years of music, ‘Charmed Life – The Best of The Divine Comedy’ is out this month and includes their new song called ‘The Best Mistakes’.
Hear Neil Hannon as he looks back at three decades of memorable music, looks forward to the band’s 2022 tour and shares with BFBS Radio’s Jason Herbert how sharing lockdown with pigs and donkeys kept him positive!
Over 20 years ago they sent out a track to see if it was "any good"... that track was Nobody Move Nobody Get Hurt... and it was the start of an epic journey for this band from NY. Their brand of guitar riff-heavy, rolling drums indie teamed with razor-sharp wit and in some cases brutal lyrics.
We Are Scientists have had sold-out shows across the UK and remain legends on the Indie scene. Back with their 6th Album "Huffy" - Amy Casey chats with Keith Murray about the origins, the highlights & the future for We Are Scientists.
Jo O'Meara plays her favourite Christmas tracks, festive messages, talks about life in S-Club 7 and more!
Fran and Dougie from Travis play some of their favourite Christmas tracks, complete with messages from around the forces world.