Two Big Egos in a Small Car

Episode 67: Adele, Apologia and No Shuffling; Blood Youth, metal and beer; James and The Happy Mondays as Manchester hits Leeds; Jagger Still a Bluesman at Heart; Harrogate Theatre's Pantomime; House Of Gucci.

December 02, 2021 Graham Chalmers and Charles Hutchinson Season 2 Episode 67
Two Big Egos in a Small Car
Episode 67: Adele, Apologia and No Shuffling; Blood Youth, metal and beer; James and The Happy Mondays as Manchester hits Leeds; Jagger Still a Bluesman at Heart; Harrogate Theatre's Pantomime; House Of Gucci.
Show Notes

Graham kicks off with a heartfelt apology to Adele for anything that might have caused her offence; Charles joins in to assess her ban on shuffle play for 30. Charles and Graham swap gig notes with Graham unable to accompany Charles to Leeds First Direct Arena because he had to see Yorkshire's foremost metal act, live in a brewery. Charles reflects on the still-growing live prowess of James, supported by the chipper, chunkier but still swaggering Happy Mondays. Graham gives us the news from Mojo that Mick Jagger nipped into a blues bar after Stones gig on the US leg of their latest world tour. Charles and Graham enthuse over Harrogate Theatre's pantomime, Cinderella, and finish off by sharing their experience of the latest Ridley Scott film, House Of Gucci.