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A Co Down guitar-maker has unveiled the UK’s most expensive guitar, as part of plans to celebrate the creation of its 20,000th instrument. George Lowden’s first “guitar” had fishing lines for strings – but now, more than 50 years later, his instruments are known for their quality and have been played by artists including Eric… Read More ›
Snow Patrol are mentioned in Radio X’s “The Best Moments From T in the Park So Far…”. “2007 saw the event get bigger and better, with the campsite capacity increasing to 60,000, the festival to 80,000 and the event itself to three days. Snow Patrol made their eighth performance among fellow T veterans, Biffy –… Read More ›
Across the Line at 30 Friday, BBC2, 11.05pm The Bottom Line radio programme first aired in September 1986, and in its three decades on air has been a champion for such acts as Snow Patrol, Ash, David Gray, Therapy?, Divine Comedy and Soak. Featuring a mix of interviews (include U2’s Adam Clayton, Snow Patrol’s Gary… Read More ›
This year marks TTB’s 8th Birthday. We remember last year, where we hoped 2016 would be the year new music would be released. Obviously, that didn’t happen and we are just as curious as you guys to know what is going on. Some of you have sent us emails over the last few months and… Read More ›
LONDON, NOVEMBER 29, 2016 – When Johnny McDaid, member of the popular alternative rock band Snow Patrol, was looking to upgrade his personal studio, Fieldwork Music, he decided to purchase Unity Audio’s Super Rock near-field monitors. McDaid was blown away by his initial demo and ultimately installed a pair of Super Rocks into his space… Read More ›
Snow Patrol hit the BMI London Awards earlier this month, where they picked up a BMI Million-Air Award in honour of the amount of radio plays from 2006 smash hit ‘Chasing Cars’. The band has been together more than two decades, but it seems the relationship between the five members has never been truly tested…. Read More ›
The British rock band, which is comprised of Gary Lightbody, Nathan Connolly, Paul Wilson, Jonny Quinn, and Johnny McDaid, have admitted they haven’t been on tour for five years and don’t get bothered by each others annoying habits, but have hinted they will soon find new nuances with the group within the next 12 months…. Read More ›