August 7, 2009 by alunparry
Billy Butler Beckons
Ahhh, don’t you love it when you can write a headline just filled with alliteration. Good old Billy Butler.
And even moreso because he has invited me onto his show tomorrow morning (Saturday 8 August) to talk about my Working Class Music Festival.
I’ll be on at 11 (just after the news) on BBC Radio Merseyside, and will be joined by Ian Prowse of Liverpool’s top band Amsterdam.
Amsterdam are headlining the Tuesday night at the Festival, so we’ll be talking about radical song and why it’s important.
There may even be a track from the forthcoming album, We Can Make The World Stop, played as an example of what radical song sounds like, so tune in.
If you want to attend the Working Class Music Festival yourself, then don’t delay. TUC are in town and organisations are buying tickets in bulk.
So it’s not your standard set of gigs when it comes to buying tickets. Leave it late and you’ll almost certainly miss out. Two nights are almost sold out already.
Get tickets at the Liverpool Philharmonic who are kindly acting as our box office this year on 0151 709 3789 or click here for online booking.
To listen to the interview tomorrow tune in to BBC Radio Merseyside 95.8FM or follow this link to Listen Live if you’re not local.