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Tim Burgess discusses his Twitter listening parties, lockdown life and getting clean from drugs in latest Chris Difford podcast episode
Help Musicians
Help Musicians
18th October 2021

In this episode Chris is joined by Tim Burgess, the frontman for The Charlatans, a man who's now a household name for his Twitter Listening Party, which has featured everyone from Art Of Noise to The Zutons and most famously, Paul McCartney.

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Alfie Boe OBE joins Chris Difford on latest I Never Thought It Would Happen Episode
Help Musicians
Help Musicians
4th October 2021

This week, world-renowned Tenor Alfie Boe OBE joins Chris Difford to discuss his star dazzled career.

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Midge Ure discusses the highs and lows of his career in latest I Never Thought It Would Happen episode
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Help Musicians
27th September 2021

Midge Ure is the musician joining Chris in the latest I Never Thought It Would Happen episode to discuss the highs to the lows of his career, considered with lots of humour, self deprecation and keen insight.

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Locked down far from home during a pandemic: “Being helped during a time like this is the difference between being a musician or not being a musician”
Samana
Multi-disciplinary duo
31st August 2021

Rebecca Harris and her partner, Franklin Mockett, formed multi-disciplinary project, Samana, when they embarked on a spontaneous year-long trip across the natural wilderness and cities of Eastern Europe.

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Sting joins Chris Difford on Help Musicians podcast ‘I Never Thought It Would Happen’
Help Musicians
Help Musicians
10th August 2021

Legendary singer-songwriter Sting discusses the highs and lows of his career, the creative process and his thoughts on issues affecting musicians with Chris Difford on a brand-new podcast for Help Musicians. 


 
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Overcoming obstacles with Saxophonist Emma Johnson: “I feel more confident in my own decisions and believe in what I'm doing.”
Emma Johnson
Saxophonist and bandleader of Gravy Boat
29th April 2021

To celebrate International Jazz Day, 2019 Peter Whittingham Jazz Awardee Emma Johnson tells us how she navigated a year of career obstacles to finally be able to record her band’s debut album.

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