Saturday, 25 January 2014

Future radio

On Friday I went on Jasmine radio show with Shelly Telly. We talked about last years Norwich Rising and what were up to this year. I gathered up some things from the kitchen and took them in to the show and played a few things on air. The rabbit pastry cutter and egg poacher sounded quite nice.
Lots has happened since last week. Ian Brownlie from CME is bringing in Junk drums to the next rehearsal. Angel Road steel pan are going to play on the day. Tracey Taylor from the Dead goats appreciation society drumming group is going to teach Catton Grove school drumming.
Anna Mudeka who is Norfolk's favourite African drummer is going to also play on the day.
We also revealed the Secret in our Drum beat that Julian Culpan created for us and the beat says in Morse code Enough is enough!
Here is a link to the podcast from the show and you can listen in anywhere in the world.

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