In this episode, the boys meet up with two influential people who are passionate about the Liverpool music scene.
First up is Eastwood Guitars who are an international and unique company based in Nashville, Chicago and Liverpool. The business started over 15 years ago in Canada, buying and selling rare guitars. They soon seen a gap in the market and quickly began to build their own instruments, bringing back old classics using modern manufacturing techniques.
They now have a huge customer base that included artists such as Flea (Red Hot Chilli Peppers) and Peter Hook (Joy Division, New Order and Peter Hook & The Light) Plus many more.
We meet Carl Cook, the Scouse boss of the European operations, based here in Liverpool’s Baltic Triangle to hear their story. (Link below)
And keeping with the musical theme we hear from a Merseyside-based music promoter, Rory Taylor about the thriving grassroots music scene locally and why it’s essential to support it.
Rory is the works across most venues on the Baltic including Constellations and District. But more notably known for the creation of Liverpool’s first Reggae festival. Positive Vibrations which now has tickets on sale for 2020 and you can purchase them here
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