On C&S Radio we have achieved more than we ever thought we would, but now it is time to take a step back, we need to take a long break and focus on other things that needs to be solved. There is many artists we like to thank, they have sent their music to us […]

Let us present Johannes Maria Knoll, guitar player from Austria. https://www.jmknoll.at/ https://www.facebook.com/JohannesMariaKnoll/

In our series of interviews we finally caught Burning Astronomers in the corner. Don’t miss out this fantastic chat we had with Neil Byrne, one half of the band. Some news, some info and a lot of laughs and great music of course. Burning Astronomers are a two piece song writing group hailing from the […]

Watching Debora Galan perform is like spending an enjoyable evening with a good friend.  The engaging R&B / Jazz singer’s natural warmth and sincerity comes through in her music, making her performances a joy to behold. With a style that evokes memories of Barbra Streisand and Sade, yet with a subtle Latin flavor, Debora’s fresh, […]

Interview will be broadcasted Saturday 11th March 6:30 pm and on Sunday 6:30 pm. John Tracy has a reputation for crafting lyrics that cut right to the heart of the matter, making his authentic music relevant to all of us on this human journey. Inspired by his folk, blues and acoustic rock influences, his soulful […]

Burning Astronomers come from the muddy banks of the Mersey (Birkenhead side) and the silt filled back waters of the Severn delta in distant Shropshire.  Writers and performers of original songs, they are two friends who met at school many years from now and have conceived, written and recorded 3 self produced lo-fi albums and […]

Pretty soon we will have a chat with Scott Patterson from SMITHRADIO and we will of course share that chat with you. But what would be the ultimate question? What would YOU ask Scott if you had the chance? Don’t miss their  hit song Ha Ha Song and don’t forget to say hello to Scott, […]

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