My new show The Banned launches this evening on The Peoples Voice internet channel.
Tune in at 10pm UK time at www.thepeoplesvoice.tv to watch the show.
The Peoples Voice Channel launches Tomorrow at www.thepeoplesvoice.tv.
On Wednesday I’ll be hosting the Global Phone In from 11pm British time.
We’ll be talking about any thing you, the listener wishes to talk about. From sports to current affairs.
This weeks main theme is the paranormal. If you have a ghost in your house, or think it’s all a load of bollocks, we want to hear from you.
We’ll also be playing some cracking tunes.
On Sunday The Banned airs for the first time, at 9pm UK time.
It’s all very exciting!
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The Peoples Voice is broadcasting for the first time this Sunday.
The station hasn’t yet been launched, but the 5 hour live stream is just a warm up for what is to come.
I’ll be there playing the odd song or two, as well as rehearsing and set building for The Banned.
Richie Allen, presenter of the breakfast show, will be interviewing several cutting edge guests from across the Globe.
For full details click onto www.thepeoplesvoice.tv
I’m just down in London recording some promo videos for my new TV show, the banned.
On Wednesday we’re filming the opening titles and need some extras in the London area to come join us.
Importantly we need a single guy to come down and snog the face off an actress. She is the girl that played my love interest in the Remember Who Are video.
I say single because I’m not being responsible for any infidelities!
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to apply.
Here is a wee video made at the Studio today.
My new TV show, The Banned, launches on The Peoples Voice Channel, on Thursday November 21st.
The music and comedy show will allow bands and comedians, that aren’t established in the mainstream, to be heard.
The show is going out live on a Thursday night, and will feature live bands, interviews, stand up comedy, and pretty much anything else that comes along.
It will also allow mainstream artists to come on and voice real opinions, that would be censored on normal television.
Let the fun begin.
The third single off ‘A Brand New Battle’, is out on December 16th.
The single ‘Beat up’ will also feature a B side of the song, live from Wembley Arena.
It will be available from itunes, amazon and all the other big kids.
My York show was reviewed by ‘Cool Manchester‘. I am aware that sounds odd.
Here’s what they wrote…
LIVE AT FULFORD ARMS YORK
Gareth Icke Band Supported by Sam Moran
Review By Kelvin Knight
Lovely warm summer night – great intimate venue, free entry. First up was Sam Moran a young singer songwriter who plays with admirable passion as the blood splatters on his acoustic guitar body testifies. Its a crowded market Sam’s in but he stands out for me, great songs and great confidence and belief. Great misheard lyrics what I thought was “cat on a bus” was kid on a bus…….Made Sam laugh after anyway.
And so to Gareth Icke and band – first thing to say is this was only the second gig with his new band but you’d never know they sound like they’ve been touring for years. Secondly its a low ceiling at The Arms and Gareth is a tall chap there was about an inch of headroom, I remember thinking “don’t go on tippy toes mate you’ll get wedged in !!
They tear through songs from Gareth’s second album “A brand new battle” with the rhythm section of Kev (drums) and Dom (bass) tight as the proverbial ducks arse.
‘Remember who you are‘ is as catchy (sic) a song as you’ll hear and the new single ‘Beat up‘ wonderful…..
Occasionally Gareth will introduce a song with a brief explanation “this ones about a messy break up” and “y’know when you’re drinking so much you feel your sanity slipping away” (I paraphrase) followed by “cheerful; fucker aren’t I” !!!
“What’s love without meaning” closes an excellent set of songs with more hooks than a fishing shop.
Those that were there loved it “best gig I’ve seen this year” was one comment…..
I have one problem with Gareth… He’s very, very talented, good looking (so my female friends inform me) and sickeningly he is a really nice, witty guy….Bastard !!!!!
Seriously if he’s playing near you go I promise you’ll love it…..
Oh yeah and his Dad played in goal for Coventry City.
Gareth Icke and his Band are performing at the Salford Music Festival.