Chatting to Malcolm Bruce about The Music of Cream and how rock music can start a revolution

Oct 03 2019

It doesn’t happen every day to have a wonderful conversation with a person you deeply connect with at so many levels, let alone when that person is Malcolm Bruce, the son of Jack Bruce, one of the most iconic rock musicians the world has ever seen. Jack Bruce along with Eric Clapton and Ginger Baker were Cream, a band with a chemical explosion like no other, the blueprint for every supergroup to follow and the heavy blues precursor to Hendrix, Zeppelin and so much more. Fifty years since their earth-shaking debut album, the bloodlines of that hallowed trilogy come together to pay tribute to Cream’s legendary four-album reign over the psychedelic frontier of the late 1960s. Kofi Baker (son of Ginger) and Malcolm Bruce unite with Will Johns (Eric’s nephew by marriage and son of Zeppelin/ Stones/ Hendrix engineer Andy) to unleash the sound that roused a generation: songs like “Spoonful”,Strange Brew”,Sunshine of Your Love”,White Room”, “Crossroads” and “Badge” are performed by the next generation of Cream, master musicians in their own right whose lives have been steeped in the Cream spirit and legacy.

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Activities For A Fun Family Weekend In The City

Sep 12 2019

When you live in the city, the idea of a fun weekend out and about can be a little stressful. You have no shortage of options, but you might not want to end up in big crowds and endure a taxing experience. You want all of the fun that comes with city life without the hectic rush to get from place to place. Well, in this article, I’ve listed some activities that could help you to have a fun family weekend in the city.

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Lunar Themed Science activities to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the moon landing

Sep 06 2019

Nationwide children’s franchise and early years science programme, Mini Professors, partnered with The UK Space Agency last month in celebration of the 50th anniversary of the moon landing to deliver a range of special moon-themed science classes to children across the UK, in the lead up to the anniversary and throughout August.  In a bid to educate younger children on the power and impact of scientific innovation, the lessons highlighted the achievement and milestone of the moon landing itself but with a focus on the science of the moon, how it was formed, how it moves and why it has craters on its surface and a weaker gravity than Earth.

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