Episode 40: Oliver Stone and JFK at 30; Mick Jagger and Dave Grohl; Does Jazz Equal Happiness?; Les McKeown and Jim Steinman; New Gigs and Plays Announced
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Charles and Graham discuss Oliver Stone's upcoming JFK documentary as his controversial political drama celebrates its 30th anniversary, accompanied by a special online interview for Harrogate Film Festival. The duo review Mick Jagger's lockdown knockdown single, Eazy Sleazy, recorded with Foo Fighters' Dave Grohl, and reflect on the passing of Bay City Rollers' Les McKeown and the (Stein)man who wrote Meat Loaf's mountainous hits. In new research, the happiest music fans are into jazz, but why is this? More new events are being announced, but others have been cancelled due to Covid insurance issues, notably Deer Shed Festival, so what more can be done to help keep music live?