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The Friday Session - 27.11.2009
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On this week's Friday Session, there's live music from the Bewdley musician Monster! Monster!

Herefordshire's Lisbee Stainton launches her brand new album, and lands a support slot with Joan Armatrading.

In our Music Map this week, we look back to the time the Rolling Stones headlined Kidderminster Town Hall.

It's the Friday Session Introducing... The Music Map success stories from 6pm, 100% local music from 7pm, with Andrew Marston on BBC Hereford & Worcester.

THE MUSIC MAP
Rolling Stones poster from when they played Hereford
The Rolling Stones were expensive visitors to our two counties

In our Music Map hour this week, we look back to the time when the Rolling Stones played Kidderminster.

It was one of the most expensive gigs ever staged at the Town Hall, costing 8/6 to get in.

They also performed at the Hillside Ballroom in Hereford.

THE FRIDAY SESSION INTRODUCING... MONSTER MONSTER

Monster! Monster!
Robin makes music using Gameboys, children's toys and keyboards

Monster! Monster! is a 20-year-old electro-pop music producer from Worcester.

Robin Ogden makes upbeat and accessible songs made using Gameboys, discarded children's toys and keyboards.

Started in early 2009, Monster! Monster! has already been featured on a commercial for the Japanese Cawaii clothing company and has been touring the UK to promote the release of his first iTunes single, Square Magic, playing nationwide with acts such as Henry Homesweet and Casiokid.

INTRODUCING... FEATURES

Lisbee Stainton
Lisbee Stainton, who will be supporting Joan Armatrading next year

The Herefordshire singer/songwriter Lisbee Stainton is joining us in the studio this evening.

Lisbee, from Pontrilas, has just confirmed a UK support slot for Joan Armatrading in the new year.

She will also be releasing her debut album Girl On An Unmade Bed to coincide with the tour.

INTRODUCING... YOUR GIGS

We'll bring you the full list of what's happening in Herefordshire and Worcestershire at 1940 GMT.

If you have an event you'd like publicised, email: fridaysession@bbc.co.uk

The Friday Session Gig Guide

INTRODUCING... YOUR REVIEWS

Andy O'Hare will be here with the Hare Pieces at regular intervals throughout the show.

He goes to more gigs than anyone else we've met in the two counties (and doesn't get paid)!

Archive reviews

INTRODUCING... YOUR VOICEMAILS

If you've been to a good gig, or seen a great DJ, get in touch.

Call 0845 300 5006 and leave us a voicemail to broadcast in the last half-an-hour of the show.

INTRODUCING... FUTURE SHOWS

4 December (live from Hereford)

Introducing... Fuski's Friday Session (Golden Valley, Herefordshire).

11 December (live from Worcester)

Call/text/email the show
Be part of it, with BBC Hereford and Worcester

Introducing... The SpoonFedz' Friday Session (Pershore).

18 December (live from Worcester)

Introducing... Sam Plowman's Friday Session (Leominster).
Worcester Warriors live on Worcester FM from 7pm.

8 January (live from Worcester)

Introducing... Neotopia's Friday Session (Worcester).

22 January (live from Worcester)

Introducing... Nomad 67's Friday Session (Worcestershire).

5 February (live from Worcester)

Introducing... Sons Of Beaches' Friday Session (Kidderminster).

19 February (live from Hereford)

Introducing... Deborah Hodgson's Friday Session (Worcester).




SEE ALSO
The Friday Session - 20.11.2009
20 Nov 09 |  BBC Introducing
Friday Session: 13 November 2009
13 Nov 09 |  BBC Introducing
Friday Session: 6 November 2009
06 Nov 09 |  BBC Introducing
Friday Session - 30 October 2009
30 Oct 09 |  BBC Introducing
The Friday Session 23 October 09
23 Oct 09 |  BBC Introducing
Friday Session: 16 October 2009
16 Oct 09 |  BBC Introducing

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