It’s always great to artists as they are about to take the next great step in their career. Today was just that on The London Ear as I had the opportunity to speak to Shane Joyce just before he plays Glastonbury for the first time.
Originally from Dublin, Shane now lives in Kilkenny. He released his debut album ‘The Sorrow of King Joyce’ last year and is already planning the follow up for release in 2020.
You can catch Shane Joyce at the Mandala stage in Greenfields on Friday night at 8pm.
London Irish LGBT Homophobia / Hate Crime information night with Galop
During the programme, I mention an event that the London Irish LGBT Network are hosting along with Galop.
From the LILGBT website:
“Reports of hate crimes against the LGBTQ community are on the rise in the UK.
So we’re teaming up with Galop for an evening of information about the services they offer to our community in combating crime, violence and domestic abuse.
Galop are the LGBT+ anti violence charity.
From their website:
“If you’ve experienced hate crime, sexual violence or domestic abuse, we’re here for you. We also support lesbian, gay, bi, trans and queer people who have had problems with the police or have questions about the criminal justice system.”
The event takes place Thursday 27th June at 7pm at 190 Iverson Road, London, NW6 2HL.
1. Girl Band: Shoulderblades
2. Nnic: The Place
3. Shura: religion (You can lay your hands on me)
4. Future West: See What I see
5. Chat with Shane Joyce
6. Shane Joyce: The Spider
7. Chat with Shane Joyce
8. Shane Joyce: This Fire
9. Sea Girls: Damage Done
10. Sinead Harnett: LeoBear
11. Department of Forever: Department of Forever
12. Emberz and All Tvvins: Something Good