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Meet Rachael Perrin from Soundcastle

Soundcastle is a Hastings-based creative music-making social enterprise which supports the development of wellbeing, confidence and resilience in communities. On Friday 20 March Soundcastle will be running an “Innovation through Improvisation” workshop at the AltPitch festival’s The Platform one-day conference. HOT’s Erica Smith asked director Rachael Perrin to tell us more about what Soundcastle offers.

Posted 18:53 Sunday, Feb 23, 2020 In: Music & Sound Tags: AltPitch Anastasia Witts Business communities community digital technology enterprise music musicians Perrin Rachael Rachael Perrin Soundcastle technology

Seeking inspirational musicians!

Local film-maker, musician and festival organiser Keith Rodway has been asked by the Citizens Advice Bureau to organise a benefit CD for their office in Hastings, Citizens Advice 1066, highlighting the amazingly diverse music scene here in Hastings and St Leonards and at the same time, supporting a charity who provide an incredibly valuable service to the local community, especially helping the more marginalised and disadvantaged individuals and families to keep their heads above the water. Zelly Restorick writes.

Posted 18:05 Wednesday, Nov 1, 2017 In: Campaigns Tags: Citizens Advice 1066 Keith Rodway musicians

Acclimatising musicians!

I am looking to set up a fortnightly ‘play’ with people who are ready & want to play with other musicians, but don’t necessarily feel comfortable going to jam at a pub yet! (It can’t be just me, can it?!!) Alison Cooper seeks souls with a desire to explore their musical aspirations.

Posted 17:15 Thursday, Sep 8, 2016 In: Music & Sound Tags: Alison Cooper music musical musicians
Ian Dury and Jemima

‘Hallo Sausages’, The Lyrics of Ian Dury

In the year he would have celebrated his 70th Birthday, Jemima Dury, daughter of musician Ian Dury, has published a book of 160 of her father’s song lyrics.  Titled ‘Hallo Sausages’, the first and only words written for his autobiography, the book also includes a personal history of his life, a spectrum of personal photos and illustrations, some of the original manuscripts, memorabilia and a CD.  HOT’s Zelly Restorick met with Hastings resident, Jemima Dury, to talk about the book and memories of her father.

Posted 14:03 Friday, Nov 30, 2012 In: Hastings People Tags: Hallo Sausages Jemima Dury Kilburn and The High Roads lyrics musicians punk Reasns To Be Cheerful rock and roll Sex And Drugs And Rick And Roll The Lyrics of Ian Dury
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