Gloria Gaynor exclusive interview on TGBT

Gloria Gaynor exclusive interview on TGBT

On Friday 22 November at 8.00pm, The Gospel Blues Train presented by Lins Honeyman will feature the music of Grammy Award-winning singer Gloria Gaynor as well as an exclusive phone interview.

In a long and varied career, Gloria is most famous for her 1979 disco megahit “I Will Survive” and has recently released a gospel soul album called ‘Testimony’ which also features the likes of Mike Farris, Yolanda Adams and MercyMe’s Bart Millard.

Gloria chatted to Lins about her latest album, her musical influences and how her faith plays a part in what she does.

The Gospel Blues Train with Lins Honeyman featuring Gloria Gaynor, Friday 22 November 8.00-9.00pm; Saturday 23 November 7.00-8.00pm and Tuesday 26 November 10.00-11.00pm plus Catch Up anytime.

Gospel Heirs at Home Church, Kirkintilloch.

Gospel Heirs at Home Church, Kirkintilloch.

Join the Gospel Heirs and singer Sara McGeachy at one of Scotland’s fastest growing churches with Pastor Dave Brackenridge .

The venue for this excellent free night out on Saturday 9 November 2019 at 7.30pm until 10.00pm is at Home Church, 1 Lammermoor Road, Kirkintilloch G66 2AB.

The Gospel Heirs at HOME CHURCH presented by Revival FM in association with The Celebration Choir. It is a free event, and all you have to do is register here.

TTBA Album of the Month: new from ELO

TTBA Album of the Month: new from ELO

From Out of Nowhere’ is the 14th studio album by British rock band Electric Light Orchestra (ELO), and the second credited to Jeff Lynne’s ELO. The band’s first studio album in four years, it was released on 1 November 2019 through Big Trilby and Columbia Records.

Jeff Lynne stated that the first track he wrote for the album was the title track, and said it was named “From Out of Nowhere” as “that’s exactly where it came from”.

It’s themes of “hope and salvation” and optimism also appear throughout the album.

During November and December, Revival FM’s Ian Arbuckle will be playing tracks from this new album on his ‘Turn The Beat Around’ programme on Wednesday evenings from 8.00 until 10.00pm and with a Saturday afternoon repeat at 3.00pm.

The latest full-length release for the reformed British rock band was produced by Jeff Lynne with contributions from album engineer Steve Jay.

The Guardian newspaper reviewer stated: “Like its predecessor, Alone in the Universe, this new album is entirely good-natured, firmly in the lineage of classic ELO, without ever quite hitting the heights of the past. How far this autumnal romance will go remains to be seen but, for now, what a pleasure it is to have Lynne back.”

TTBA – Wednesdays 8.00-10.00pm and Saturday afternoon’s 3.00-5.00pm.

TTBA features Runrig

TTBA features Runrig

The Turn The Beat Around programme October featured ‘Album of the Month’ is from Runrig.

The Stamping Ground is the eleventh studio album by the now retired Runrig, one of Scotland’s ace Celtic rock bands.

The album marks the final appearance of keyboardist Peter Wishart who departed from the band to follow a career in politics and is now the MP for Perth and North Perthshire.

Turn The Beat Around presented by Ian Arbuckle on Revival FM, Wednesdays 8-10.00pm and Saturdays 3-5.00pm plus Catch-Up anytime.