Between Two Worlds
Mondays 8pm to 11pm
From the giants of the musical genre known as progressive rock through to obscure one album bands, Kev Slaymaker takes you on a progressive journey from the late 1960’s through to the present day. If you want to hear different bands and music of the genre then this show gives you a chance to do exactly that. To date over 2000 bands from 72 different countries have been played on the show and highlight the genre’s variety of music. From the well-known to the not so well-known, new and old, you will find it all with Kev as he strives to bring you a cross section of prog rocks eclectic mix in every show. Shows are generally themed and take in historical events and National Days for example. Any theme is a possibility and all tracks played are linked via trivia based on the theme. Between Two Worlds is a progressive rock show with a show delivery like no other.
Kev is a trained electrician and has turned his hands to all trades during his working career that ended with him teaching electrical installations at MK College before retiring in 2018. Sporty Kev was a footballer, cricketer, hockey player and golfer as well as being a manager, coach and referee. Interested in nature and wildlife, Kev was a keen birdwatcher and was involved with the MK RSPB Wildlife Explorer Group for 25 years where he served 15 years as leader before the group closed in 2020. Kev has tried his hand at bass guitar and his first show on CRMK was 12th July 2010. Kev`s musical tastes started when he first heard The Wizard by Uriah Heep in 1972 and he has been a `Heep` fan ever since. Progressive rock is his musical choice when listening or going to gigs with his first being the Dutch band Focus at The Rainbow Theatre in Finsbury Park. In fact, prog rock is very prominent in his life as he seeks to find new music almost daily for his shows and spends far too long in preparing for them. Kev was also one of the building team volunteers who spent over a year converting a disused public convenience into a radio station and get CRMK back broadcasting worldwide through the wonders of the internet.