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Special Feature

Poetry and Rock 'n" Roll. Natural bedfellows or distant cousins?

If you were walking past The Union Club in Soho at about 9:30 last night, you may just have been able to hear around 50 voices lamenting “And a dogging I will go, and a dogging I will go” in a good old folky singalong style. This was all instigated by BBC6 music’s resident poet, Murray Lachlan Young, who was headlining the night to a packed room at the delightfully unique Georgian town house.

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