BELLOWHEAD’S imminent split will leave the folk world a duller and greyer place but there’s plenty of time to give the 22-legged folk-pop-funk-big-band monster a fitting send-off.
They’re bidding farewell with a two-part British tour which is certain to be a raucous,...
Thursday 15th Oct 2015
posted by Morning Star in Arts
By 1965 Bob Dylan was becoming weary of being identified as a protest singer and did not appear at any more public protests. STEVE JOHNSON looks at the context challenging the view that music should never be about the struggle for a better life
Saturday 25th Jul 2015
posted by Morning Star in Features
Ewan MacColl: His Life, His Words, His Music
University of Salford
Monday 18th May 2015
MORNING STAR supporters climbed Kinder Scout in the Peak District yesterday on a sponsored walk to raise money for the paper.
The annual walk, organised by the Star’s north-west readers and supporters groups, marks the 1932 communist-led mass trespass of the Derbyshire moor...
Monday 27th Apr 2015
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CHRIS BARTTER and STEPHEN WRIGHT round up some outstanding moments from this year’s Celtic Connections festival in Glasgow
Tuesday 3rd Feb 2015
The Star’s critics look ahead to The Magic Flute, The Songs of Ewan MacColl, John Yeadon’s Englandia and A Study of Modern Japanese Sculpture
Saturday 24th Jan 2015
Ewan MacColl would have been 100 tomorrow. Dave Harbord invites you to celebrate
Peter Frost marks the anniversary of the death of writer, performer and singer EWAN MACCOLL, who passed away 25 years ago today
Wednesday 22nd Oct 2014