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Posted by sean on November 6, 2018 at 11:29 pm in Music with No Comments

It’s been announced that The Spice Girls will be performing part of their 2019 tour at Ashton Gate – the home of Bristol City Football Club.

I fully expect the girls to leave Ashton Gate with all 3 points!


Posted by sean on July 9, 2018 at 9:39 pm in Music with No Comments

Posted by sean on December 21, 2014 at 8:04 pm in Music with No Comments

I listened into the last half hour of the UK Top 40 this evening. It’s been years since I have taken an interest in the Chart Show. The last time was when South Park’s Chef released Chocolate Salty Balls, which was in contention for Christmas Number 1. Chef didn’t win. I think he missed out to some shite from the Spice Girls.

Tonight, I was hoping for The Wealdstone Raider to be No. 1 and beat Simon Cowell. Sadly, he finished 5th. Considering The Raider’s record has only been out a few days, he has never released anything before or been on a talent show watched by millions, it is a remarkable achievement.

He also beat a lot of other contenders for the Number One spot…

Take That – You’ve got no fans!


Taylor Swift – You’ve got no tunes!


One Direction – You’ve got no ground!


Calvin Harris – I’ll give it ya!


Posted by sean on May 10, 2014 at 9:30 pm in Funny Things, Music with No Comments

While you’re all enjoying tonight’s Eurovision Song Contest, cast your minds back to Ireland’s entry from the 1996. My favourite Eurovision song of all time.

Posted by sean on February 19, 2014 at 9:44 pm in Music with No Comments

I watched the football this evening, so haven’t seen any of The Brit Awards. I assume The Wurzels won something?

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