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Very good band! Bloody good song! F*ck Yeah!!
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 3pm - 6pm A continuation duo of the original Fred Roberts Family of musicians, performers and other entertainment.
 This one part duo will raise your heart beat, and get your foot stomping uncontrollably.
 Don't miss it!! ;)
The Fred Roberts Family
Sun, March 31, 2013, 10:00 AM
The Umbrella Pub, Cheltenham

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Indeed!! An extraordinary phenomena! Absolutely Awe Inspiring.. WOW!!
 
Andromeda's Colorful Rings

The ring-like swirls of dust filling the +Andromeda Galaxy stand out colorfully in this new image from the Herschel Space Observatory, a European Space Agency mission with important NASA participation. 

The glow seen here comes from the longer-wavelength, or far, end of the infrared spectrum, giving astronomers the chance to identify the very coldest dust in our galactic neighbor. These light wavelengths span from 250 to 500 microns, which are a quarter to half of a millimeter in size. Herschel's ability to detect the light allows astronomers to see clouds of dust at temperatures of only a few tens of degrees above absolute zero. These clouds are dark and opaque at shorter wavelengths. The Herschel view also highlights spokes of dust between the concentric rings. 

The colors in this image have been enhanced to make them easier to see, but they do reflect real variations in the data. The very coldest clouds are brightest in the longest wavelengths, and colored red here, while the warmer ones take on a bluish tinge.

These data, together with those from other observatories, reveal that other dust properties, beyond just temperature, are affecting the infrared color of the image. Clumping of dust grains, or growth of icy mantles on the grains towards the outskirts of the galaxy, appear to contribute to these subtle color variations. 

These observations were made by Herschel's spectral and photometric imaging receiver (SPIRE) instrument. The data were processed as part of a project to improve methods for assembling mosaics from SPIRE observations. Light with a wavelength of 250 microns is rendered as blue, 350-micron is green, and 500-micron light is red. Color saturation has been enhanced to bring out the small differences at these wavelengths. 

Source: http://earthspacecircle.blogspot.com/2013/02/andromedas-colorful-rings.html
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Performing Musician
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Multi Instrumentalist
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  • Self Employed
    Singer Songwriter, 1992 - present
    Self explanitry really.. ;)
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Musician, Singer Songwriter, Multi Instrumentalist, Deep Sea Music, Poi, Fire, Guitar, Bass, Voice, Harmonies, Drums, Piano, Keyboard, The, Fred, Roberts, Family, The Fred Roberts Family.
Introduction
I am the Jellyfish. 
..I started formal music lessons on the piano at the age of 4 years old, and kept it going till the age of 13. I then started to find my way around other instruments. 
 For 21 years, I have been learning and experimenting with music, sounds and different instruments.
I am now a 25 year old, experienced and gigging musician/Singer Songwriter.

 I have a very varied, unique and impressive knowledge and understanding, of everything that comes with being in the music industry. From how the stage is built, how the equipment is then assembled, set up and plugged in, how to engineer your own sound on stage, and also how to engineer other bands. (of which I also have experience in)            
..I do all that as a solo cover artist and performer.
 
  ..Together with my dad Colin Arthur Hartley, (and with other honourable part time members), we are known as 'The Fred Roberts Family'
Bragging rights
I survived a mastoid ectamy operation at the age of 4 years old, leaving me with 20% hearing in my left ear, and 80% in my right.
Education
  • The Underworld
    Music, 1988 - present
    Well, I use a multitude of different instruments to create different sounds, and then I'll blend some, melt others, and forget about the rest. I write music and lyrics, not always in that order. I teach other people to play, improvise, jam with others, and most of all, learn that you will never stop learning.