Get set for the Bells with Cory and Dad’s cover of Kirsty’s Tracey Ullman song. We love it.
A cover of Kirsty MaColl’s classic by Caroline Gower, ‘a rusty old bird with a tenor ukulele’.
The Honey Badgers cover ‘In These Shoes?’
With apologies for not getting the festive ‘coverfest’ up and running sooner, here is Samuellificationable to get us rolling into January with her lovely garden take on England 2 … more tomorrow!
Via twitter, writer Shane MacGowan explains why nobody should be getting all excited about the F word in Fairytale. Which is fairly obvious really.
According to this BBC article,
The Daily Mail suggested in 2016 that the song could “bring in as much as £400,000 a year.”
Asked in 2008 by the BBC whether the song had provided him with his pension, Finer said: “I don’t know because I’m not of pensionable age. I’ll let you know when I’ve got my bus pass.”
Not exactly topical news, but then the real topical news is too depressing :o)
A recent YouTube upload from Alan Lee Shaw reveals the demo mightiness of 1981’s Don’t Ask Me. Thanks to Nick for alerting.
Kirsty made the World Cup section of the Guardian this week!