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Presenting the 100.8 Revival FM daytime team

Posted by on Jan 11, 2017

The 100.8 Revival FM daytime programme team got together this week for this unique photo, all sporting their distinctive black Revival t-shirts, even in January! This is the start...

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Celtic Fusion at Hazy Recollections live music

Posted by on Feb 17, 2017

Once again, Findlay Napier curates three fabulously disparate five-act bills, collectively occupying the fruitfully blurry territory between folk, indie and indie-folk music. Over...

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Lins Honeyman talks to Blues legend Paul Jones

Posted by on Feb 11, 2017

This coming Friday, 17 February on 100.8 Revival FM from 8.00pm, The Gospel Blues Train with Lins Honeyman features an exclusive interview with Paul Jones – harmonica maestro,...

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Win tickets to see Phillipa Hanna in Glasgow

Posted by on Feb 15, 2017

Philippa Hanna performs in Glasgow on Friday 24 February at the Hope Next Generation Bible Church, 37 Stewartville Street, Partick, Glasgow G11 5PL. An evening of music with the...

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Celtic Fusion at Hazy Recollections live music

Celtic Fusion at Hazy Recollections live music

Once again, Findlay Napier curates three fabulously disparate five-act bills, collectively occupying the fruitfully blurry territory between folk, indie and indie-folk music.

Over its nine year existence, Hazy Recollections at Celtic Connections has hosted over 100 different artists. The venue is the ABC2 at 300 Sauchiehall Street in Glasgow city centre, with the usual 2.30pm start.cc2017-hazy-recollections

Hazy Recollections at Celtic Connections on Sunday 22 January 2017 featured Welsh-born Harry Harris; Rebecca’s Ruin, is the close-harmony duo of Becci Wallace and Becca Star; Paul Tasker, a superb guitarist who is one half of the Doghouse Roses and to finish off the day, The State Broadcasters and the famous Mystery Act. Revival was there to record the show.

If you missed the show on Tuesday 14 February as part of Celtic Fusion on 100.8 Revival FM, then you can listen to the repeat on Saturday 18 February at 5.00 until 7.00pm or listen on Catch Up anytime here or via the top of the front page of this site.

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Harry Harris at Hazy Recollections

The State Broadcasters

The State Broadcasters

The Myster Act: US fiddler Laura Cortese.

The Myster Act: US fiddler Laura Cortese.

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Paul Tasker on the Hazy stage

Rebecca's Ruin

Rebecca’s Ruin

Turn The Beat Around playlist – 15 February 2017

Turn The Beat Around playlist – 15 February 2017

Turn The Beat Around is produced and presented by Ian Arbuckle and broadcast on 100.8 Revival FM on Wednesday evenings from 8.00 until 10.00pm with a repeat on Saturdays 3.00 until 5.00pm plus available for 7 days after broadcasting at Catch Up anytime.  Pic: Glasgow duo ‘Ashton Lane’ featured on this week’s programme.

Playlist for the programme on Wednesday 15 February; repeat Saturday 18 February 2017.

Summer of 69 – Bryan Adams
Starman – David Bowie
Ready for Change – Ben Rector
Armed and Extremely Dangerous – First Choice
City Bus Love Song – Newworldsonashton-lane-band
Sixteen Reasons – The Jazzateers
I could be happy – Altered Images
Let down your guard – JJ Heller
ALBUM NEWS AND TOP 10 COUNTDOWN
Beggin’ – Timebox
Boom Boom – John Lee Hooker
Lonely Road – Yvonne Lyon
ALBUM OF THE MONTH 1 (image below)
emile-sande-cdHappen – Emile Sande
One in a Million – Ashton Lane
Keeps on Burning – Burning Bush
The Larue Lada – Edmund Jnr
In Orbit – Joy Lovejoy
I was made to love her – Stevie Wonder
ALBUM OF THE MONTH 2
Hurts – Emile Sande
Runaway Train – Soul Asylum
Hurts – Emile Sande
Metal Guru – T Rex
Have I the Right – Dead End Kids
DO YOU REMEMBER WHEN? Music & news from history
Lowdown – Boz Scaggs
Oh Lori – Alessi Brothers
In with the out crowd – About a mile
Paradise – Marc Martell
Lucy – Skillet
Changing Man – Paul Weller

“Thanks for listening. You’ve been listening to Turn the Beat Around on 100.8 Revival FM.   I’m Ian Arbuckle and I’ll be back again next week same time.”  

Win tickets to see Phillipa Hanna in Glasgow

Win tickets to see Phillipa Hanna in Glasgow

Philippa Hanna performs in Glasgow on Friday 24 February at the Hope Next Generation Bible Church, 37 Stewartville Street, Partick, Glasgow G11 5PL.

An evening of music with the amazing singer-songwriters Philippa Hanna and Unoma Okudo with a look at the work of Compassion UK, rescuing children in poverty worldwide.

Philippa Hanna is an acclaimed British singer-songwriter, based in Sheffield, South Yorkshire and recorded in Nashville, her new album ‘Speed Of Light’ which tackles the challenges of life head-on, offering listeners a message of hope in the face of adversity.

Born into a musical family, Philippa knew from an early age that that making music was all she wanted to do. Her music frequently draws upon her experiences of a turbulent youth, and the Christian faith she found in 2004. She aims to offer a positive message for fans: Songs like I Am Amazing and Raggedy Doll have seen Philippa champion self-esteem in young people, and she also works as an advocate for children’s charity Compassion International.

You can WIN TICKETS FOR PHILIPPA HANNA LIVE on Friday 24 February in Partick, Glasgow.  Revival FM has a pair of tickets to give away to one fortunate listener.   Simply share this post on FB to be entered into the draw. The winner will be drawn on Friday 17 February. To guarantee your tickets, click this ticket link to Eventbrite.

Lins Honeyman talks to Blues legend Paul Jones

Lins Honeyman talks to Blues legend Paul Jones

This coming Friday, 17 February on 100.8 Revival FM from 8.00pm, The Gospel Blues Train with Lins Honeyman features an exclusive interview with Paul Jones – harmonica maestro, singer with Manfred Mann and The Blues Band, BBC Radio 2 presenter, actor and much more. 

Lins interviewed Paul Jones before a church testimony evening appearance with his wife Fiona Hendley last Octobe.

Paul talks about his love for gospel blues, how he formed a short-lived supergroup with Eric Clapton, Jack Bruce and Steve Winwood in the 60s as well as his recent solo releases ‘Starting All Over Again’ and ‘Suddenly I Like It’

The Gospel Blues Train with Lins Honeyman, Friday 17 February 8.00-9.00pm and repeated Saturday 18 February at 7.00-8.00pm and Catch Up anytime here for up to 7 days after original transmission on 100.8 Revival FM.