BB Skone book launch benefits PATCH

By Patrick Ovenden   |   Reporter   |
Monday 9th May 2022 7:30 am
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Pembrokeshire journalist and broadcaster BB Skone handed over the proceeds of the ‘Lowering The Tone with BB Skone’ book launch to the PATCH (Pembrokeshire Action to Combat Hardship) charity this Wednesday.

“Big thanks for everyone who has already bought a copy in aid of this good cause,” he said, “and special thanks to Shanty Le Hara for playing a great couple of sets at the launch and waiving their fee!”

Shanty Le Hara responded by saying that it was a pleasure.

Copies of the book - which BB describes as a new illustrated comic book which features a selection of his mad musings - are still available at Main Street Music in Pembroke.

BB Skone has been writing and broadcasting about music and monuments in west Wales for over 30 years. ‘Lowering the Tone with BB Skone’ includes short pieces ( he has written about The Rolling Stones, Bob Fish, Jodie Marie, Euros Childs, Ian Cal Ford, James Oliver, The Mams, The Hepburns, Jess Ward, Deborah Winter, Les Salon Drabsters, Rona Mac, Kangaroo Airforce Ventilator, The Lost Stoned Pandas, Trehale Farm, Singh, Benfro, Gabe Is A Unit, Lenny’s Rock ‘n’ Roll Band, The Rainkings, The Bush Street Blues Band, etc.

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