Review: Jeff Lynne’s ELO at The O2 Arena

  On  20th October, I went back in time to the world of 70’s rock music and experienced the electronic guitars, colourful lighting and orchestral magic of Jeff Lynne’s Electric Light Orchestra. My discovery of this band was a rather strange story. Before the days of music streaming services, I used Apple iTunes to download… Continue reading Review: Jeff Lynne’s ELO at The O2 Arena

Catching up and counting down

As I write this sentence, I am sat in bed and it is 11:41pm on Thursday 25th October. So as you can gather this post is very Impromptu and not at all planned or scheduled – rookie blogger mistake! But to be fair I have spent most of this week researching more blogging strategies. So… Continue reading Catching up and counting down

Sparsh Shah: the 15-year-old rapper with brittle bones

We interview Sparsh Shah, a 15-year-old rapper with Brittle Bone Disease. He’s a singer, songwriter and motivational speaker. He became famous for his cover of Eminem’s song, Not Afraid, and has had a documentary made about his life. Find out more about Sparsh Shah in our interview. — Read on disabilityhorizons.com/2018/10/sparsh-shah-the-15-year-old-rapper-with-brittle-bones/ Like Rock For Disability… Continue reading Sparsh Shah: the 15-year-old rapper with brittle bones

Music Video Review: Universe Garden by Francesco Fonte Band

Back in August, I posted an album review of the latest record Eight by Francsco Fonte Band.This month, they released the music video for Universe Garden which is the third song to come from the new record. With this song, the band recalls the 80’s goth and dark rock.  The track starts with nostalgic, romantic… Continue reading Music Video Review: Universe Garden by Francesco Fonte Band

My voluntary work that is shaping content for Muscular Dystrophy UK

Since February 2017, I’ve been a member of the Content Advisory Group for the disability charity Muscular Dystrophy UK (MDUK); who support people and their families with muscle-wasting conditions. The group is a voluntary, representative body for the charity, currently consisting of 25 people from around the country. Some members have a muscle-wasting condition themselves,… Continue reading My voluntary work that is shaping content for Muscular Dystrophy UK