Not to be confused with the late Sean Rowley from the band, Cause And Effect.
Rowley devised the Guilty Pleasures concept as a slot on his former BBC London radio show, to attempt to 'reclaim' songs that are viewed as "slightly shameful to love". His club Guilty Pleasures takes place at KOKO in Camden Town, and has spawned two compilation albums, a Sunday afternoon radio show on BBC London 94.9, and a television show on ITV1 hosted by Fearne Cotton on which established performers performed cover versions of Guilty Pleasures favourites.
- "Sean Rowley - The Joy of Music", BBC Radio Kent, retrieved 2011-07-31
- "A-Z 94.9 Presenters: Sean Rowley's Guilty Pleasures", BBC, retrieved 2011-07-31
- "Q&A: Sean Rowley on six years of Guilty Pleasures", Esquire, retrieved 2011-07-31
- McNulty, Bernadette (2010) "Guilty Pleasures: where the uncool is irresistible", Daily Telegraph, 26 July 2010, retrieved 2011-07-31
- "Guilty Pleasures to hit ITV1", The Sun, 4 February 2008, retrieved 2011-07-31
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