Hello GoodBye returns this Saturday 6th October!

Live music returns to Resonance FM this coming Saturday lunchtime with a new season of The Hello GoodBye Show hosted by deXter Bentley.
Expect performences from: Flash Gaps, Jack Day and Steve Rushton.
Wet Dog / Private Trousers splinter group; Flash Gaps conduct their debut public performence live on-air this afternoon. Flash Gaps are a new keyboard and ukulele, husband and wife duo Rebecca Gillieron & Richard Chapman. They are so newly formed, they don’t even have a website… hurrah!

Jack Day was born and grew up in Hornsey, North London. He has built a strong hometown following since emerging from the City’s thriving Americana scene and co-hosts the now legendary Lantern Society folk club..
His debut album The First Ten will be released in the UK through Bucketfull of Brains / Proper in December, and in Europe through Berlin label The Greatest Records.

Steve Rushton joins us in the studio to recite ‘Sweet Sex Education Teacher From Chichester’, the latest in a series of poetry singles published by Not Your Average Type, a publishing imprint set up with the aim of reviving the 7 inch single in book form, and giving new poets a chance to make a hit poem. It is Steve Rushton’s first book. 

Steve was born on Merseyside, then moved south to study art and art history in London, where he developed an interest in writing and art, and where he now teaches art and design history, and exhibits and performs regularly.  Sweet Sex Education Teacher From Chichester is available from all good bookshops.

Tune in between noon and 1.30pm on 104.4 FM in Central London or on-line via: www.resonancefm.com
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