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A Plumber and his Instrument
December 8, 2010 – 10:09 pm | 2 Comments

Here is an interesting video for you. Some young chaps – plumbers I hope – who have constructed a musical instrument from various bits of plumbing paraphernalia. Enjoy

Yeah baby, it’s Jacko-2
March 3, 2009 – 4:02 pm | 4 Comments
Yeah baby, it’s Jacko-2

Jackson is said to have chosen London as the venue for his global comeback because of his fascination for spoof secret agent Austin Powers.

Duffy’s a daddy’s girl
February 19, 2009 – 3:16 pm | 4 Comments
Duffy’s a daddy’s girl

“My dad really knows his music,” said Duffy, “Even though the closest he got to being in the biz was when he was in a Right Said Fred tribute band.

Moldy Peaches on the View
February 17, 2009 – 11:52 pm | One Comment

Adam Green and Kimya Dawson are surely destined to become Plumbing Legends!

Sobaki Kachalova
February 11, 2009 – 10:57 pm | No Comment

The Midnight Plumbers’ favourite Russian post-punk band…

Bernard Lavilliers
February 10, 2009 – 10:18 pm | No Comment

Could be a plumbing legend…

Matt Monro
February 4, 2009 – 10:28 pm | No Comment
Matt Monro

Britain’s answer to Frank Sinatra.  Okay, Matt was no Ol’ Blue Eyes but he carved out a successful career as a romantic ballad singer both in Britain and America in an age dominated by raucous …

Ronnie Laine
February 4, 2009 – 10:27 pm | One Comment
Ronnie Laine

Ronnie Laine, bassist and founder member of The Small Faces, was born in Plaistow, East London, on April 1, 1946, son of a lorry driver.  At 16 he left school and began working as a …

Russ Conway
February 4, 2009 – 10:23 pm | No Comment
Russ Conway

He was the pianist who brought joy with his tinkling fingers and his twinkling smile.  This attractive combination brought Russ Conway huge success in live concert and on record, and made him one of Britain’s …

Allan Williams
February 4, 2009 – 10:07 pm | No Comment
Allan Williams

The first manager of a Liverpool combo known as The Beatles.  This plumber and owner of the Jacaranda club was the man who took them to Hamburg in 1960 and set them on the road …