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1 hour ago, Biggish Dave said:

Dolly Parton does loads for disadvantaged kids and students too poor to go to uni.
 

Surprisingly as I thought she’d be stuck up, but so does Taylor Swift

As does stormzy... 

For some black kids to go to Cambridge or Oxford or something every year. 

Top lad. 

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1 hour ago, Biggish Dave said:

Dolly Parton does loads for disadvantaged kids and students too poor to go to uni.
 

Surprisingly as I thought she’d be stuck up, but so does Taylor Swift

They had an interview with her in bbc radio 4, dolly Parton foundation. 

Seems a genuinely lovely woman. 

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2 hours ago, jules_darby said:

How about some positive vibes for a change. 
 

I’ll start with Mark Morriss from the Bluetones. Lovely chap 

He is. But Chris Helme is the friendliest man in the world.

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30 minutes ago, stevieb said:

As does stormzy... 

For some black kids to go to Cambridge or Oxford or something every year. 

Top lad. 

Definitely stormzy.

Always comes across a great guy. Love that heroes song hes got out at the minute.

Plus hes banged maya jama.

 

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1 hour ago, Cheese said:

He is. But Chris Helme is the friendliest man in the world.

What did Ian Brown call him, a busker or summat? 
 

Another one who’s had a good experience with Clint Boon too, he played my mate’s wedding cos they worked at XFM together at the time and was quality when I mithered him.

On DJ’s I’ve mentioned this before on here Years back but I once spent a day and evening with Chris Evans and he was a brilliant bloke; not a common opinion I know but really down to earth and a quality laugh

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Carlos Santana

He gave his eggs to my mate Carl at a Perth hotel Australia when queueing for brekkie

top man , stilll had his hat on at breakfast 🥴🙄

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11 minutes ago, jules_darby said:

What did Ian Brown call him, a busker or summat? 

No idea. I went to watch Chris Helme, Mark Morris, and Nigel Clark in Preston last year and they sat at our table for most of the night (apart from getting up to do their sets). Nigel Clark is bonkers, but another very nice bloke.

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2 hours ago, Not in Crawley said:

There has been so few famous musicians that I've met who are decent. I don't think they aren't but when they are with me they are working or promoting something, some folk are better than that than others.

Some folk just don't bring out the the best in others......

 

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Any celebrity who doesn’t find time for the fans is a cunt. I much prefer those with the humility to realise that without the fans, their celebrity status would soon disappear.

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Used to spend a decent amount of time with Rob Heaton who was the drummer with New Model Army. You could not meet a nicer more down to earth bloke. 
 

I watched Live Aid at his house. 
 

He is now sadly dead. 

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