Revival news

Easter Celebration on Easter Sunday success

Posted by on Apr 2, 2018

There was a full Grand Hall within The City Halls, Glasgow on Easter Sunday, 1 April, to celebrate Easter with The Celebration Choir, Orchestra plus guests The Gospel Heirs and...

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Featured programme

TTBA Album of the Month: Stills & Collins

Posted by on Apr 5, 2018

The April Turn The Beat Around programme album is ‘Everybody Knows’ by Stephen Stills and Judy Collins, credited to “Stills & Collins”. Despite Stills...

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Studio guests

Pastor John Craig on Dave Mitchell Morning Show

Posted by on Apr 16, 2018

On Dave Mitchell’s Breakfast Show on Wednesday, 18 April, the special guest was Pastor John Craig from Glasgow Parkhead Church of the Nazarene. John was talking to Dave about...

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Events

Revival FM presents Phillipa Hanna ‘live’

Posted by on Apr 9, 2018

The fantastic Philippa Hanna is busy all across the UK at the moment with the ‘Come Back Fighting’ album tour, and she is making a very special stop in Cumbernauld on...

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Recent Posts

Fabrizio Poggi interviewed on The Gospel Blues Train

Fabrizio Poggi interviewed on The Gospel Blues Train

This week on Good Friday, 30 March from 8.00pm, The Gospel Blues Train presented by Lins Honeyman features an exclusive interview with Italian harmonica player and producer Fabrizio Poggi. 

In a lengthy career that has seen him share the stage with the likes of Eric Bibb, The Blind Boys of Alabama, Little Feat and Steve Cropper, Fabrizio’s most recent album (with Guy Davis) ‘Sonny & Brownie’s Last Train’ was nominated for a Grammy in the 2018 awards.

Lins caught up with Fabrizio shortly before he joined Davis on stage at Stirling’s Tolbooth Theatre back in December.

The Gospel Blues Train with Lins Honeyman, Good Friday, 30 March, 8.00-9.00pm.  Repeated Saturday, 31 March, 7.00-8.00pm and Tuesday, 2 April at 10.00pm plus on Catch Up anytime.

Broadwood Stadium ‘Live by the Loch’ 2018 festival

Broadwood Stadium ‘Live by the Loch’ 2018 festival

Broadwood Stadium will welcome some of the biggest names on the Scottish music scene for brand new one day festival Live by the Loch. This unmissable event will take place at Broadwood Stadium, Cumbernauld on Saturday 2 June 2018.

Broadwood: Live by the Loch will welcome some of the best Scottish musical talent for a jam-packed night of entertainment.  Only a 20-minute drive from the centre of Glasgow, with easy bus and train links to and from the city, this brand-new festival is the latest event to be announced on the Scottish traditional music scene.

Live by the Loch will welcome the legendary Dougie MacLean to open the night. As he celebrates 40 years since the release of ‘Caledonia’, one of Scotland’s best-known songs, Dougie will be entertaining the Broadwood Stadium crowds with his catalogue of music that he has performed world-wide to millions over the last four decades.

Carrying on the night of music will be trad-rock band Mànran, one of the best-known and best-loved bands on the Scottish folk scene today. In huge demand, Mànran continue to tour Europe and beyond, playing a number of prestigious festivals throughout the year. At Live by the Loch Mànran will play to a festival home-crowd for the first time since their sold-out show at Celtic Connections earlier this year.

Finishing the night in style at Live by the Loch will be the Red Hot Chilli Pipers. This world-renowned bagpipe rock band went from a cameo appearance at T in the Park in 2004 with The Darkness to opening the main stage in their own right in 2014. The past 10 years have seen the Red Hot Chilli Pipers become one of the most famous and most loved bagpipe bands in the world.

There will be food and beverages available and organisers hope for an all-inclusive atmosphere with a number of activities that will keep the whole family entertained to be confirmed in the coming weeks.

Kevin MacDonald, founding member of The Red Hot Chilli Pipers, said:We are delighted to perform at Broadwood Stadium on Saturday 2 June 2018.   One of the founding members of the band, Willie Armstrong, still stays in Cumbernauld and I also lived in Cumbernauld for a number of years and I still have close family there, so this truly does feel like a home town gig for us.  We are really looking forward to friends and family coming along to experience this exciting new event.”

Gary Innes, founding member of Mànran, said:We can’t wait to play Broadwood Stadium. Live by the Loch will be the first music event to ever have been hosted here and it’s really exciting to be a part of that. We’re hoping to see lots of familiar and new faces along on Saturday 2 June!

Emma Walker, Managing Director of North Lanarkshire Leisure said: “It’s really exciting to be bringing a major new music festival to Cumbernauld – we’ve got a great line-up arranged and I’m sure people will look forward to coming along and enjoy the entertainment. Broadwood Stadium is a perfect venue for large-scale events such as this we’re hoping Live by the Loch can become an annual event. Tickets will be limited and are expected to sell out fast so make sure you don’t miss out.”

Tickets for this unmissable celebration of Scottish music will be available from 10.00am on Friday 23 March from here at Live by the Loch

Celtic Fusion, Tuesdays 8.00-10.00pm; repeated Saturdays 5.00-7.00pm and Catch Up anytime.

Hamilton Passion Play 2018 is “Resurrection”

Hamilton Passion Play 2018 is “Resurrection”

The Hamilton Passion Play 2018 – “Resurrection1” by Kamala Jane Santos will be performed at 2.00pm on Saturday 31 March 2018 at Hamilton’s bottom cross, near the Asda store.

This is a full play which is expected to last 90 minutes which tells the story of the final week of Jesus’ earthly life.

The cast are drawn from Lanarkshire churches and led by a professional actor in the role of Jesus. You’ve heard the Gospel; now experience it!

TTBA Album of the Month: Simple Minds

TTBA Album of the Month: Simple Minds

The Turn The Beat Around Album of the Month for March 2018 is the new CD from Simple Minds called ‘Walk Between Worlds’ which peaked at number four in the UK Chart, Simple Minds’ first Top 5 album in over 20 years!

“We are overwhelmed with such a positive response to our new album, both in UK and throughout Europe. We want to thank all our fans for supporting our music. Now we look forward to going out and doing what Simple Minds do best, by playing some of these great new songs live.” – Simple Minds.

Simple Minds released their 17th studio album ‘Walk Between Worlds’ in February 2018. The album was available to order in various formats including some special exclusive colour and picture disc vinyl albums featured within several Deluxe Bundles containing exclusive signed album artwork prints and a limited edition 7″ single.

Simple Minds are a Scottish rock band, formed in Glasgow in 1977. They are one of most commercially successful Scottish bands ever, having achieved five UK number one albums during their career and sold over 60 million records worldwide.  Despite various personnel changes, they continue to record and tour.

Visit this week’s TTBA programme playlist here.

Turn The Beat Around, Wednesday 7 March 2018, 8.00-10.00pm; repeat Saturday 10 March 2018 3.00-5.00pm plus Catch Up anytime for up to seven days after broadcast.