Shout About London
About This Show
Have you ever been on a wicked night out in London and thought to yourself: who the hell came up with this? Are you lost in a huge city and somehow always behind on what’s going on? Maybe you’re searching for new friends and unique experiences. Or are you a young wannabe entrepreneur on the lookout for inspiration and motivation?
The founders of London centric events company Shout About London bring you a weekly Podcast introducing you to ‘the people to see, in the places to be, in this great city of ours’. Taking you behind the scenes with some of the capital’s most innovative minds, Shout About take you on a one-way trip into the beating heart of London.
Get to know the men and women responsible for your over-indulgence and entertainment. Find out what’s happening over the coming weeks and where you should be. Learn from the successes and failures of people you can relate to. No pre-set question and answers, just real people, engaged in genuine conversation.
Sure, London is the place to be, but only if you have a place to go..Read more »
Most Recent Episode
Live at the Bedford
Dec 21, 2017
For the last episode of the series, Shout About meet the great Tony Moore - Music, Art and Development Director at the Bedford in Balham. Tony shares stories from his past, including: his time in Iron Maiden and the Cutting Crew, creating environments for future stars like, Ed Sheeran, KT Tunstall and Paulo Nutini to make their name; and the “Crisis Crossroads” Music Venues are currently facing in London. He also plays us two of his original songs live in the studio. 00:34 Last week on the show 02:00 What the guys have been up to in the last week 06:30 This week’s theme – Live at the Bedford 09:00 Tony Moore in studio, beginning with his back story 10:33 Starting out in Iron Maiden 12:40 Leaving Iron Maiden, joining Tanz Der Youth 14:40 Writing a hit in Holland 15:30 Joining the Cutting Crew 17:54 Starting the Kashmir Club (helping the likes of KT Tunstall, Damien Rice) 19:33 Joining the Bedford in 2003 20:51 How the Bedford has changed over the years (from being known as the “Deadford”) 23:23 The “Crisis Crossroads” for Music Venues in London. Licensing laws and government legislations, forcing them to close. 26:56 Introducing the ‘Agent of Change’ to try and save small venues 28:55 Night time economy and the lack of protection. The demise of Hammersmith. 30:25 Big Challenges: being South of the River, making money with small venues 33:30 Success since being at the Bedford. Including giving gigs to a 17-year-old Paulo Nutini, James Morrison and Jamie T, all before they were famous. 36:36 Cost/Times and dates 38:22 Helping the rise of Ed Sheeran 40:05 Why some artists make it and others don’t 42:45 Who entertains the entertainers, where does Tony go out? 45:44 Soho Radio 48:55 Five favourite bands, including Coffee Pot Drive 50:25 3 Best Gigs Tony has been to, Ben’s favourite two, Stuarts favourite two 53:53 Tony and the Bedford on Social Media 54:30 Tony song 1 57:54 Tony song 2 (not the Blur song) 01:01:01 Wrapping up with Tony Moore 01:01:43 Recap on the interview with Tony 01:04:20 Cheese Board Gate 01:06:08 The Weekly Shout 01:09:50 The Weekly Thanks 01:11:34 Shout About Social Media You can reach the guests here Twitter: @tonymoore1 Instagram: @tonymoore FacebooRead more »
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