Folk. roots and acoustic-based music, including a top ten of 2004 and music by Nanci Griffith. Johnny Dickinson . Steeleye Span and others. Plus a replay of an interview with Billy Connolly. EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
3/10. Mica Paris showcases vintage and contemporary soul, including archive material, underground rarities and big-name interviews. In this edition Mica celebrates ten years of democracy in South Africa with highlights from her recent concert appearances in Durban, Johannesburg and Cape Town. featuring Omar and Shaun Escoffery and South African soul star Simphiwe Dana. Plus comments from South African musicians on recent changes.
2/3. Pop aficionado
Paul Gambaccini recalls the year's significant breakthrough artists, featuring interviews with industry commentators and the new acts to have emerged. This instalment showcases jazz artist Peter Cincotti , singer Nellie McKay and Scissor Sisters, who have sold a million albums in the UK while remaining merely a cult act in their native USA.
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