News: Family man ROGER CHAPMAN chats about his new album Peaceology, 16 November 2014

Roger Chapman, photo by Mark Hughes
Photo: Mark Hughes

Get Ready to ROCK! Radio, Sunday 17 November, 19:00 GMT

Roger Chapman is perhaps best-known as the frontman of Family, a staple on the touring circuit in the early 1970s and who had several hit singles.  The band eventually split in October 1973 and since then Chappo has followed a successful solo career.  In recent years Family have reunited for gigs whilst Roger Chapman also tours with The Shortlist.

Roger’s latest album ‘Peaceology’ is actually an updated version of his album ‘One More Time For Peace’.  In a recent interview for Get Ready to ROCK! Radio he tells Pete Feenstra about the evolution and expansion of the album with new tracks.

Now available on Mixcloud

Album review

Tour dates 2014/5

(with The Shortlist)
Y Theatre, Leicester 12 December
Vervier, Belgium – Spirit of 66 15 December
Hamburg, Germany – Downtown Blues Club 17 December
Isernhagen, Germany – Blues Garage 19 December
Erfurt, Germany – Gewerkschaftshaus 20 December

(with Family)
Giants Of Rock, Minehead, 7 February 2015

www.chappo.com


In his show broadcast on Get Ready to ROCK! Radio on 10 May David Randall played a further selection of artists and albums included in the new Features series, “2020 Vision”.


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12:00-13:00 THE ROCKET DOLLS The Art Of Disconnect (indie)
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Power Plays w/c 11 May (Mon-Fri)

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