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Help Musicians President Dame Evelyn Glennie joins Chris Difford on I Never Thought It Would Happen Podcast
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Help Musicians
13th September 2021

Joining Chris in the latest I Never Thought It Would Happen episode is the world's foremost solo percussionist, Dame Evelyn Glennie. 

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Listen: Billy Bragg talks writing, touring and performing with Chris Difford
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Help Musicians
6th September 2021

Joining Chris on this episode is Billy Bragg, singer-songwriter, activist, "one-man Clash" and skiffle aficionado.

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Listen: Nitin Sawhney discusses his career journey in music with Chris Difford for Help Muisicians podcast
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Help Musicians
31st August 2021

Multi-award winning composer and multi-instrumentalist Nitin Sawhney joins Chris Difford to discuss his remarkable and varied career in music in the latest episode of I Never Thought it Would Happen, the Help Musicians podcast.

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1 in 4 of the soloists performing at this year's #BBCProms supported by Help Musicians
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Help Musicians
17th August 2021

The BBC Proms returned with a live audience this summer for the first time since September 2019.

Here at Help Musicians, we are proud to be able to say that 1 in 4 soloists performing this year received support from us at the start of their careers.

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Listen: Robbie Williams opens up to Chris Difford for Help Musicians podcast
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Help Musicians
16th August 2021

Pop icon Robbie Williams opens up about his career, his mental health struggles and the impact of his late manager David Enthoven to to Chris Difford in the latest episode of I Never Thought it Would Happen, the Help Musicians podcast.  

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How the pandemic stripped away the heart of Wakefield’s music community: “To know that Help Musicians are there for you through the thick of it alleviates a lot of the stress”
Matt Knee
Multi-instrumentalist and producer
27th July 2021

In March 2020, COVID-19 had a devastating impact on Matt Knee's business. As the landlord continued to need rent, the operational costs amounting to several thousands, whilst Laurel House remained closed under government enforcement; the studio was caught in a dire situation and the future of Matt’s job was in jeopardy.

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