Kirstyfest ’15

If you have not yet done so, make your plans today to meet with Kirsty’s family and friends in Soho on Sunday 11th October 2015. As usual, everyone will gather at Kirsty’s Bench in Soho Square, in central London, at 12 noon.

Facebook event page – or check the other social media links on this page.

Expect the usual fun and laughter (and a lot of drinking!), meet old friends and make new ones at Kirstyfest ’15! If you can’t get to the Square meetup, catch up in the Phoenix Artists Club nearby.

If anyone would like to compile a Kirsty Quiz or some other fun event, please let us know (even better, post on the Facebook event page!)

Elvis lands in Edinburgh

Jennifer Selway’s play ‘There’s a Guy Works Down the Chip Shop Swears He’s Elvis’ is currently running at St. Stephens Church, on the north side of Edinburgh city centre (between Stockbridge and Canonmills).

The good news for Kirsty fans is that yes, amongst other musical highlights you will get ‘Chip Shop’, and it is sung well indeed. If you happen to be in Edinburgh for its festival in August you should not leave disappointed by this show from Momentum Theatre.

An early review offers some encouragement, see More importantly, both Mr. Rambow and Mr. Freeworld are happy to recommend the show!

Details here

Ron Don’t Know

Ron Sexsmith covered ‘They Don’t Know’ back in February as part of his acoustic online series. Better late than never, so here it is!

He’s sung TDK before, we have a recording of him at a White Ribbon benefit concert in Canada several years back, when his other song was Stevie Wonder’s ‘I Was Born to Love Her’. Worked well.

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Ron is about to tour the UK (briefly this month and more in depth in Sept/Oct) as well as other international dates. He is unquestionably worth catching.

Here Today! The Songs Of Brian Wilson

Here Today! The Songs of Brian Wilson
Here Today! The Songs of Brian Wilson

Kirsty’s cover of ‘You Still Believe In Me’ makes a welcome appearance on this new Ace Records compilation of Brian Wilson songs, and as the notes say, “those who own a copy of MacColl’s harmony-drenched single might have noticed a message etched into the run-off groove: God Bless Brian, a sentiment seconded by all lovers of great music.”
See the full track listing and order the CD from the Ace website.