The Bristol Post said recently that Clevedon’s biggest attraction is its Victorian Pier. Although its history and beauty is without doubt, it is a very strong statement to make considering the many landmarks that populate the town’s streets. Not many places can boast to name a few, one of the longest continually running, purpose built […]

I unfortunately couldn’t escape the craze of the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge in aid of Motor Neurone Disease or Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, it’s parent term. However amongst the dread of feeling what would undoubtedly be an unpleasant experience, It became more about the people who could benefit not only from the donation from myself and the […]

Election turnout in the UK has always been variable. However, Tony Blair and Labour’s win in the 2001 general election was the start of a downturn in electorate voting, with only 59 per-cent voting in that election. Furthermore, only 61 per-cent and 65 per-cent voted in the 2005 and 2010 general elections respectively. That’s not […]

A new track from Jackson Browne’s upcoming studio album has broken cover in a concert in Kansas City. The song titled “Leaving Winslow” pays homage to the small town in Arizona, Browne helped put on the map through his song “Take It Easy” co-written with Glenn Frey and performed by the Eagles and later Browne […]

Money In The Bank always provides exciting ladder matches and this year not only will competitors be fighting for the infamous briefcase but also for Daniel Bryan’s now vacant WWE World Heavyweight Championship! A good start to show saw the Tag Champions, The Usos move away from the pre-show and onto the main card as […]

WWE fans are well accustomed to hearing the same reasons behind their favourite stars leaving the company. One of the main contributors to departures is the tiring schedule which leaves many burnt out, the average 250-300 days a year schedule from city to city, country to country is certainly not for the faint hearted. Along […]

It is always interesting when you have a WWE pay-per-view with no world title up for grabs. This creates a real problem for the organisation to make an event which is still compelling for the Universe to watch. This is compounded when your champion is riding a tidal wave of emotion from the crowds, in […]

In the words of WWE’s play-by-play announcer Michael Cole, no one evokes so much emotion from the WWE Universe like the organisation’s top star, John Cena. For all the loyal members of the Cenation, there are an equal measure who go as far as to say they hate the 14-time world champion. No one divides opinion […]

WWE’s first pay-per-view after WrestleMania XXX wasn’t extreme in name alone, but with the match ups and action living up to expectations. The night got off to a great start with the Triple Threat Elimination match between Rob Van Dam, Jack Swagger and new rising star, ‘Paul Heyman Guy’ Cesaro. It was a great, energetic […]

It seems being hidden away within a press release for his new Solo Acoustic tour, has hindered the news of Jackson Browne’s new studio album coming later this year. If you too missed that news, then look back at one of my previous blog posts for all the information. https://mrashrobertson.com/2014/04/09/jackson-browne-announces-new-tour-and-album/ However, this hasn’t stopped fans […]