Category Archives: Music

Sharing new and old music alike. Music is a powerful tool as diverse as the cultures and languages which brings so much colour to life on earth.

New Haven – Diversity, Connecticut style.

Come walk the green with me in New Haven and meet some of the colourful characters that add to the diversity. – Shoe makers, rappers, basketball players, DJ’s, students, cyclists, and more all come together to add to the fabric … Continue reading

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Keeping music live, local and dynamic.

In my village in the south of France we had the privilege to listen to music with an international flavour. Musicians from France, Italy, Ireland, Scotland and Turkey shared their varied talents which brought us all together to dance, listen and enjoy the diverse music. … Continue reading

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Nothing Concrete – A band with strong foundations!

In a small venue in Toulouse France, Fergus McKay talks about his ongoing musical projects based in the south of France utilizing the world at large as his studio full of musicians. Check out his other projects here: http://www.bandolino.co.uk Enjoy … Continue reading

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Hangin’ in the “Squieu.”

What is the Squieu? A jokey reference to Montesquieu Volvestre, a nearby village to where we live. The village has a large Halle, which is quite common in this part of the world which gives coverage from the sun in … Continue reading

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