Music That Moved Uncle Spike


Friday 10 January, 2014 by Uncle Spike

Uncle Spike loves music. Like most people, there are certain styles or genre’s that ‘move me’, but I must admit that the 70’s are my era; I guess being a sprog from the mid 60’s has sumfink to do with that…

My tastes however vary, from glam rock to classical, from electronic to dance – basically, I have no ‘type’, I just know what I like, what connects with whatever lies between my ever so slightly large ears.




Anyhow… I recently gained a new follower, a Spikette by the name of Tina Pumfrey. I popped over to check out her blog, naturally, and found out that she’s a singer, songwriter and musician as it happens.

Now, I have to say… Love her music. Love her voice. Simple as that.

So, it only felt right to share my find with you all this sunny Friday morning… We Spikey’s have a new sister on board and if your soul needs a boost, check out her ‘my music‘ page and listen to the songs there.

Happy Friday !


10 thoughts on “Music That Moved Uncle Spike

  1. DarylA.Jubenville says:



  2. Thanks, Uncle Spike. I followed your trail and I like you, loved what I heard.


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