Author Archives: David Harley

About David Harley

Computer Security Author/Editor; Independent Antimalware Researcher; CEO at Small Blue-Green World; Senior Research Fellow at ESET.

Sarah McQuaid UK tour

I just received details of Sarah McQuaid’s UK tour, starting in November. You can find more details of this and her earlier US tour on her web site and on her Facebook page. Nov 1  Launceston: No. 8 Cafe & Deli … Continue reading

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Coast FM interview

Recently, I very much enjoyed appearing on Ian Semple’s Saturday lunchtime show. I hope that his listeners didn’t find so much Harley chat and music too awful! More on the music (but not so much of the chat) here in … Continue reading

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Gigging in the Midlands

Photos of Don Mac and myself at the West Malvern Social Club a week ago. Our first set together in about 30 years! A couple of days later we gigged at the No. 8 Community Arts Centre in Pershore – … Continue reading

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CD review for – Martin Barre

[Stop press: it appears that were asked to hold back on the review till 17th August 2018, so it was temporarily unavailable. Back now…] Martin Barre, the ace guitarist also known as a looooonnnnngggggg serving member of Jethro Tull, … Continue reading

Posted in CD review | Leave a comment review: the Julie July Band

Another review for of a very nice album of Sandy Denny songs from the Julie July Band. Continue reading

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The Somers folk club: change of venue

I hear from Phil Heinricy (thanks, Phil!) that THE SOMERS  folk club in Worcester is no longer in the Alma Tavern, which has closed. The club now meets at Bishop Allenby Hall, St. Stephen’s Church, off St. Stephen’s Street, Worcester WR3 7HS. … Continue reading

Posted in Events, Venues | Leave a comment review: Yves Lambert Trio

“…this combination of muscular vocals, adventurous material, and fine musicianship is certainly going to keep my ears and toes happy for a while.” Continue reading

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