The CD contains a variety of styles, from extensively produced tracks such as the title track Blame It on the Thunderbird to the stripped back live acoustic Keep Rollin’ Right
“It sounded interesting – in fact, got me wanting to hear more, which is a good sign – so I moved on, grooved on, to the CD.”
“On Monday, 6th of July, I had a rare opportunity to visit Balfour hospital’s Laboratory.”
“I’d come across Eamonn Keyes in The Orkney News – I like how he writes – I like the tales, and I like the way he tells ’em.”
Last Sunday I eventually made it up Wideford Hill.
Philip Parris Lynott, or Phil Lynott of Thin Lizzy, as he was better known, was a remarkable character.
Plans are afoot for the Orkney Blues Festival to beam out, in virtual form, over the last weekend in September.
Christmas is a special time. And Christmas 1995 was a time that was somewhat more special than usual in Belfast.
“Whilst not being a Twitcher exactly, I do go out of my way to see anything unusual and to try to get a photo.”
As we enter the 2nd year of The Orkney News it’s a big welcome to all our new readers and a huge thank you to our existing ones who have stayed with us on this journey.