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St Georges Bristol musician interview


St Georges Bristol musician interview

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St Georges Bristol musician interview
News from Martin Stephenson, the Daintees – Guide2Bristol:


St Georges Bristol musician interview – Martin Stephenson, the Daintees

Vivienne Kennedy interviews Martin Stephenson, who will be playing as Martin Stephenson and the Daintees at St Georges Bristol on 16 April

For more than three decades Martin Stephenson has been writing and singing songs, his music has been described as being intimate and candidly witty with melodic pop roots.

For ten years, from 1982 until 1992, Martin was the frontman of the Daintees, a British band that combined elements of rockabilly, show tunes, rootsy pop, rock and punk to create a sound all of their own.  Stephenson disbanded the Daintees after parting company with Kitchenware Records but they reformed in 2000 and 12 years later are about to embark on a UK tour, their first together in 20 years.

Martin Stephenson and the Daintees will be visiting Bristol on Monday 16 April, to play at St George’s; they will perform their best known album, Boat to Bolivia, in its entirety plus other songs from an extensive back catalogue.

A few days ago I spoke to Martin and we chatted about why he’s decided to tour with the Daintees again after so long, about…………… continues on Martin Stephenson, the Daintees – Guide2Bristol

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Once known for its antique and contemporary European furnishings, March in Laurel Heights has reinvented itself as an outlet for elegant yet functional kitchenware.

Shoppers who haven’t set foot inside the Laurel Heights’ boutique March in the past six months or so may be in for a surprise the next time they stop in. For fans of exquisite tabletop accessories and cookware, it will no doubt be a pleasant surprise.

When Sam Hamilton opened her storefront in 2003, she focused on European antique and contemporary furnishings and objects – including tables by Maison Jansen, chairs by Poul Kjærholm, Axel Salto ceramics and end tables by Mattia Bonetti. In the summer of 2010, a new vision for the shop began to emerge.

“I was inspired by the large pantry I imported from Ghent, Belgium, three years ago; the artwork of Carrie Mae Smith; the way I lead my life; and the fantastic food culture of San Francisco,” Hamilton says.

In June, March closed and underwent a six-week remodel. When it reopened, its attention had shifted towar…………… continues on San Francisco Chronicle

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