Finger-tap magic

Originally written for the Gazette and Herald Were you at the bell last Saturday? If not… you missed out, really badly. It was quite possibly the best thing any local ‘indie kid’ could dream of. There was a spectrum of talent that spanned from the crunch of distorted guitars to the tickling of well-placed synth sounds. Finger-tap magic

Lively at The Lamb

Originally written for the Gazette and Herald OPENING the night in the front bar was John McDonough, who played a lively set of acoustic covers from the likes of Oasis and The Verve. Upstairs in the function room was Liveo, who brought rap and acoustic guitar together beautifully, and played a number of their own Lively at The Lamb

A round of a-paws from animal charity

Original Article A warming story for a cold day – pub landlady, Kathy Bond handed over the £600 she had raised for an animal shelter in Swindon. John Warwick, manager of the sanctuary went in person to collect the generous donation at the Moonrakers pub. The transaction happened in the presence of two residents of A round of a-paws from animal charity