Live Performance: Phoenix Radio – 19 May
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Some of you might have thought a live performance of my own music would be inevitable, but it really was the last thing on my mind given how busy I have been with The KT Bush Band. Our lead singer, … Read More

Brian Bath in The Speedway Star
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Hey Folks, Guess what? After many years a loyal reader and subscriber, I’ve been featured in this week’s edition of the Speedway Star! Hurrah! My great old friend Billy Jenkins – himself a wizard guitarist and all-around creative genius – … Read More

Lubna Speitan
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Hi All, I wanted to let people know that Lubna Speitan has some wonderful paintings on display in Greenwich, London SE10, between the 8th May and 8th June 2017. Please see the details, poster and links below. Please do try and … Read More

Albert Lee Live
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  And his Electric Band 2017 UK Tour Hi all, I managed to get a last minute ticket to see Albert Lee live with his new American band last night. I drove to the Mick Jagger Centre in Dartford (and didn’t … Read More

The KT Bush Band – LIVE @ Farncombe, 3rd March
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Hi All, Very pleased to announce that The KT Bush Band will be LIVE @ Farncombe on Friday 3rd March 2017! Featuring original members, Vic King and myself, Brian Bath, we’re joined by the amazing Jodie May on Vocals, the brilliant … Read More

The KT Bush Band – 2017 Updates: Website & Social
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Hi all, We hope everyone’s having a terrific’ 2017! With that, we have a quick announcement that The KT Bush Band have a new website! The official KT Bush Band site can now be found at www.thektbushband.com – please head here for the latest news and … Read More

Kensington and Kate Bush Associated Stories
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It kind of feels like Christmas whenever I go to Kensington. Maybe it’s just my ‘winter-brain’ kicking in at the beginning of the festive season that is once more upon us. For starters, Kensington Market drums up many vivid memories, … Read More

In Search of Tone and Quality
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Hi all. I would love to keep a regular diary here, but I just seem to constantly move from one thing to another! This week I have been in search of tone and quality by trying out some new speakers … Read More

KT Bush Band Interview
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KT Bush Band Interview from The KT Bush Band on our YouTube Channel. The KT Bush Band are delighted to be able to share our promo video with you featuring an interview and some stories from Brian Bath & Vic … Read More

The KT Bush Band Launches!
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Hi Folks, I’m quite sure you are all warming up to some of this fine spring weather that will hopefully continue for many a day! A season of new beginnings, Spring’s also the perfect time to announce the launch and revisit of our new … Read More

Frank Auerbach at Tate Britain
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FRANK AUERBACH at Tate Britain 9 October – 13 March What is going on here? You can feel a sense of power within this work but is that all? I guess it is labeled under post expressionism and it is very removed … Read More

In The Heart Of The Sea
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In The Heart Of The Sea 2015 | 122 min | Action, Adventure, Biography To me, the first panoramic view of historical backdrops in stunning detail will always belong to the opening sequences of The Gangs of New York. There are similar breathtaking … Read More

Star Wars The Force Awakens
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Star Wars The Force Awakens 2015 | 2h 15min | Action, Adventure, Fantasy [Dont worry – NO SPOILERS below!] Here we go! Was it all those years ago when I was mesmerized by the very first Star Wars episode, Star … Read More

Spectre – Movie Review
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Spectre 2015 | 148 min | Action, Adventure, Thriller Cool, calm Bond. Stylish couture camera work – Experimental cars and fabulous women. What more is there to say about Spectre? Get to your cinema now! -Brian Check out the trailer … Read More

Ronald Searle Coming Home – ART
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ART – Ronald Searle, Coming Home Ruskin Gallery @ Cambridge School of Art Open until 19th November 2015   Sorry to let you know so late, but if you can get along to the Ruskin Gallery before 19th November it … Read More

Legend – Movie Review
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Legend – Movie Review 2015 | 131 min | Biography, Crime, Thriller   Initially the film was not for me – the thought of all that violence (based on fact) with stories of the notorious Kray twins who ruled East … Read More

The Man From UNCLE – Movie Review
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   MOVIE REVIEW – The Man From UNCLE 2015 | 116 min | Action, Adventure, Comedy The Man From UNCLE is a stylish flashback to the 1960’s – 64 through to 68 to be precise – when England were busy winning … Read More

Article – The Essential Kate Bush in 10 Records
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Today a friend sent me a link to this article over at The Vinyl Factory – ‘The Essential Kate Bush in 10 Records’. I can’t believe I’m playing lead guitar and Dave Gilmore is singing backing vocals over ‘Pull Out The Pin’! … Read More

Live Performance – Eltham Folk Club – 10 June
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Hi All, I’ll be performing Live at the below event on Wednesday 10th June 2015. I’ll be playing all my own songs on acoustic. Hope to see you there! Brian    

Somebody To Love by Brian Bath – Preview
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‘Somebody To Love’ by Brian Bath circa 2007. Assisted by the glorious Del Palmer A Jazzy song I have just rediscovered in my back catalogue, I began recording ‘Somebody To Love’ on an analogue ½” reel to reel Fostex through … Read More

Soundcloud – Pirate Song: Preview
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  Yes I have a brand new Soundcloud Account! It’s a work in progress, and am happy to share this first preview of The Pirate Song. I will be posting new songs and demos over the coming weeks and months. … Read More

Mad Max Fury Road – Movie Review
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MAD MAX Fury Road Gee, did I really just experience this film? Talk about rollercoaster, action action all the way! It just did not seem possible I was sitting witnessing this non-stop, visually explosive Blockbuster of such magnitude. I guess … Read More

Child 44 – Movie Review
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Child 44 I caught Child 44 as it was just leaving the cinema screening circuit. I cannot remember, oh just a minute Leo (Tom Hardy) is the main character in this knee-jerking, dark story of communist Russia at its most … Read More

Graham Nash Wild Tales – Book Review
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After dropping by Waterstones and reading random passages from Graham Nash Wild Tales many times, I finally came clean and purchased the paperback of this man of distinction, and thought I’d write a book review. I cannot get the words out … Read More

The Agony and The Ecstasy – Movie Review
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  The Agony and The Ecstasy A Film I purchased some time ago along with Moulin Rouge (about Toulouse-Lautrec) whilst also considering Rembrandt with Charles Laughton – a childhood favourite of mine. This Michelangelo bio surpassed all my expectations viewed … Read More

The Theory of Everything – Movie Review
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The Theory of Everything Went to the cinema with my son James to see The Theory of Everything. There were lots of people in the small projector room. This time we were early enough to catch all the adverts & … Read More

The Four Songwriters – Block Colouring
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The Four Songwriters – Block Colouring Well, the main drawing of The Four Songwriters is done and some block colouring has been started. I must be honest, I generally paint and draw “live”, but this time it’s been a laborious … Read More

The Four Songwriters – Sketching
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The Four Songwriters – Sketching A painting I had been thinking about doing on and off for some years has finally been started. This particular sketching is based loosely around a photograph taken in a pub on Charring Cross Road in … Read More

The Imitation Game – Movie Review
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The Imitation Game – Movie Review Hi Movie Goers, Following the mighty Mr. Turner we have the almighty Turin. Alan of course – the Enigma code-breaking team leader. Another quality film based on fact. Yes, The Imitation Game was viewed … Read More

Larry Ross – Speedway Legend
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Larry Ross – Speedway Legend Today I came across a very interesting article in the Speedway Star about the legendary Larry Ross and his racing career. It includes his traumatic eyewitness report on the Christchurch Earthquake which hit New Zealand … Read More

Mr Turner – Mike Leigh Biopic – Movie Review
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Mr Turner – Mike Leigh Biopic – Movie Review Hi Movie Goers, Went virtual painting with Mr Turner this week at the cinema. A most enlightening experience. Timothy Spall grunted and groaned – to great effect – all the way … Read More

Welcome to my new Website, Brian Bath.com!
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Welcome to my brand-spanking-new website, Brian Bath.com! Here you will find all the musings of Brian Bath – musician, artist, cartoonist and former Kate Bush guitarist. Now blogging about the arts, making new tunes, reminiscing about SE London and creating new strips … Read More