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Molly Meldrum turns 71...

Posted 29 January 2015 by ADZ CARTER

Hey there music lovers, it’s Adz once again, here to let you know about something previously unseen on Muso’s Garage. Recently I hinted at the inclusion of some upcoming new features on the site, and one of these features (that is starting as of, well, now) is an “On This Day” blog. Here I will write regularly about various goings on that took place on that particular day in (music) history. Be they anniversaries of album releases, the death of musicians, a band splitting up, or other noteworthy events. A bit like a newspaper’s Births, Deaths, & Marriages section, only a hell of a lot more interesting (if I do say myself).

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‘BAD BLOOD’- MITCH CAPONE (ALBUM REVIEW)

Posted 27 January 2015 by ADZ CARTER

A cd that made its way to the Muso’s Garage office recently was ‘Bad Blood’, the debut album by Mitch Capone, who is the nephew of the one and only Al Capone... Okay, so obviously not, but it sounded good. Plus, it is the sort of image that Mitch is wanting to be associated with, as this release emulates the same swing sound that Big Al and his gang of no good ruffians would’ve heard in speakeasies back in the roaring ‘20’s.

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The World Needs Heroes...and Cats! (Heroes album launch @ The Cambridge Hotel, and Bad Luck Kitty e.p launch @ The Wickham Park Hotel, 17/1/15)

Posted 17 January 2015 by Adz Carter

Once upon a time, way back when the Skyhooks song ‘Living In The Seventies’ was topical rather nostalgic, there lived two musicians who dreamed of much plunder, women, and glory in a musical utopia called Newcastle. Already banded together with a glamorous group known throughout the land as Rabbit, they hopped away (pun completely intended) to form an alliance with two other musicians, and thus they declared “We can be Heroes!”

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Alive in Two Zero One Five!

Posted 15 January 2015 by Adz Carter

Hey there rock n’ rollers, and welcome back to Muso’s Garage. It’s been a long time between drinks, and I trust you didn’t have too many drinks over Christmas and New Years?!?  Because if you are reading this, then obviously you lived to tell the tale. Hopefully you got through the silly season relatively unscathed, stayed safe and had fun.

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