Sheila Tracy presents the second part of a concert featuring the j BBC Big Band
I conducted by Barry ' i Forgie, recorded atthe
National Concert Hall,
Dublin. They are joined , on stage by guests j pianist Wayne Marshall and vocalist Kim
Phil Collins presents a five-part series looking at how big bands evolved, and how they have developed over the last 30 years. This firstprogramme focuses on big bands led by drummers.
Producer Deborah Cowan
Roger Daltrey plays a selection of the finest rock'n'roll. In this programme he highlights a killer B side by Larry Williams , pays hommage to Jerry Lee Lewis and celebrates the guitar playing skills, of Jeff Beck.
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