Simon and Jane visit the Wellspring, which provides support to homeless and disadvantaged people in Stockport. Plus a petition to get a ticket machine installed at Gatley station, and the News Review features dodgy parking, miserable Christmas trees and Storm Desmond.
Husband & wife duo, the Red Dirt Skinners came into the Roots & Fusion studio to record a session.
Described by some as “genre-defying”, the combination of guitar & saxophone is gorgeously complimented by lovely harmony vocals.
They recorded four originals and a wonderful version of a Bowie song, before having a chat with Rick in the studio.
1) Up All Night
2) Lay Me Down
3) Idabel Blues
4) Space Oddity
For more information on The red Dirt Skinners, see www.reddirtskinners.com
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The Let Loose Ladies are a Stockport-based drag cabaret duo.
Next month Jackie and Alexa are bringing their performance to Heaton Moor, alongside an evening meal.
It’s a charity fundraiser, in aid of the Albert Kennedy Trust. They’re an organisation who support young LGBT people, who find themselves homeless, or who are living in a hostile environment.
Under the Rainbow has been speaking to Jackie.
Bass player Steve Jacob from Manchester ska band The Uplifters joined Paul & Brinner on Fuzzbox to preview gig at Britannia Hotel in Offerton.
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Anarchy in SK!
Simon Kelsey speaks to European indoor 400m champion Perri Shakes-Drayton and Paralympic 100m gold medallist Jonnie Peacock ahead of the Manchester CityGames later this month. Plus, find out how Stockport County could get a reprieve from relegation, Scott Quinnell shares his thoughts on the Lions squad, Sporting Chat with Martin & Huw, Pro Cycling with Pete Levene, Sunday League with Keith Coates and the Stockport footballers who are playing… and playing… and playing.