Back to the day job

Headlander 2015 finished last night with headliners From The Jam providing a suitably crowd-pleasing conclusion. After Hayfest last year the organisers had some late nights and a busy couple of days after the festival, working on the get-out and clean-up, mostly in the torrential rain which had stayed away for the duration of the event.

Headlander 2015 banner

Headlong towards Headlander

Headlander 2015 is nearly here. It runs for two days over Saturday 20 and Sunday 21 June. I’m stage managing the Happy Valley stage, with Darktown Jubilee headlining on Saturday and Jeremiah Ferrari on Sunday. I’m looking forward to seeing Chickenbone John, Clive Gregson and Alex McKown again, who all played Hayfest last year.

Call me a cynic but…

So, just over a month after telling us they wouldn’t be going ahead with the app they’d confirmed they wanted to be official, they’ve released their own app. You never know how much involvement band members have with this type of decision; I suspect most of the discussions and planning were done without having to

It’s official: it’s unofficial

Well, over eighteen months after being told the app would be official the band’s representative has just told us the don’t wish to proceed with the app at present. Whilst I’m not surprised I am very disappointed and don’t understand why it’s taken so long to get to this point. If we’d been rejected right

They like the app!

We’ve just had some great feedback from a member of the band; he loves my This Day In Music app! He’d already bought This Day In Led Zeppelin and was delighted we’re producing one for his band. After all the delays this is excellent news and we’re hoping to release it in time to catch