Album Review: Kings ...

  Album Review: Kings Among Scotland – Anthrax There are venues across the globe that are legendary. Every town has a place that the locals can let loose and get amongst it. This album (and DVD) was recorded at the almost-mythological Barrowland Ballroom in Glasgow, which has become the...

Joe Bonamassa RETURN...

  RETURNS TO THE UK IN OCTOBER 2018 FOR THREE CONCERTS PLANET ROCK 48-HOUR TICKET PRE-SALE STARTS WEDNESDAY 18TH APRIL TICKETS ON GENERAL SALE FRIDAY 20TH APRIL 24 HOUR TICKET HOTLINE: 0844 844 0444 BOOK ONLINE: WWW.TICKETMASTER.CO.UK WWW.JBONAMASSA.COM PLYMOUTH PAVILIONS –...

Greybeards Press rel...

Greybeards Press release: One In A Billion Attitude Recordings 24 April 2018 Greybeards have premiered a music video for their single ‘One In A Billion’ ahead of May’s UK Tour with Bonafide and new album release ‘For The Wilder Minds’. The Swedish rock band’s new album was recorded at...

HRH Blues IV O2 academy Sheffield Day Two 15/04/18 Apr21

HRH Blues IV O2 academy Sheffield Day Two 15/04/18

HRH Blues IV O2 academy Sheffield Day Two 15/04/18 Once again the lucky ones were seeing some unplugged acts in stage 2 before the full sets, today’s acts were Catfish, Black Thunder Review, and Big Canyon. I had heard about Catfish and was looking forward to seeing them perform: I wasn’t disappointed. Young Matt can play an acoustic like an electric, and his skills were on show for this short set. I wasn’t going to miss their main stage performance. Black Thunder Review are lLocal Sheffield lads originally called Socrates Johnson but after a number of line up changes they settled on the Black Thunder name. Their influences range from...

HRH Blues 4, O2 Academy Sheffield 14th &15th April 2018 . Apr20

HRH Blues 4, O2 Academy Sheffield 14th &15th ...

  HRH Blues 4, O2 Academy Sheffield 14th &15th April 2018 . Welcome back to the steel city for the 4th HRH Blues: a weekend to see some of the legends of blues and many young and new and upcoming acts. Once again Royalty and VIP punters were going to get a short unplugged session on stage 2, but this time over two days. The bands on this Saturday afternoon were: 12.00 The Della Grants, 12.30 Brian Rawson Band, 1.00 Jim Kirkpatrick Heavy Weather and 1.30 The Rain breakers. I enjoyed the Della Grants set and at 1pm they were playing a full set on main stage so off I went. Day One main stage The Della Grants. Having seen them kick off...

Beth Hart, Royal Concert Hall, Nottingham Apr18

Beth Hart, Royal Concert Hall, Nottingham

  Beth Hart, Royal Concert Hall, Nottingham   Beth Hart, Royal Concert Hall, Nottingham ‹ › × × Previous Next Flickr Album Gallery Powered By: Weblizar   This show I have waited a lifetime for. For whatever reason I have always missed Beth Hart in Glasgow so I made the decision to travel to Nottingham and it turned out to be one of the best decisions I have ever made. Support tonight is in the form of The Kris Barras band. I had found the band a few months ago and fell for them instantly so when they were announced as support I was delighted. I was looking forward to it even more when I read he was doing an acoustic...

Hellbound Hearts, Ba...

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Black Label Society played the last date on their ‘Grimmest Show on Earth’ world tour in Belfast. Apr16

Black Label Society played the last date on their ...

THERE was a sense of a crowd drawn to a messiah when Zakk Wylde and his cohorts in Black Label Society played the last date on their ‘Grimmest Show on Earth’ world tour in Belfast. On the very last night of the tour BLS blasted Belfast’s Limelight for the second night in a row it was clear that this was more than a well-oiled machine – it was a mighty beast of a band producing a mesmeric show. It was a tough call for Ten Ton Slug to open for ‘The Society’ but their stoner infused sludge drilled to the core of the building audience with an incipient heaviness and heft. Riffs and rollicking intentions they battered their way through an...

LIVE REVIEW:THE STRANGLERS &THERAPY BELFAST ULSTER HALL 06/04/2018 Apr10

LIVE REVIEW:THE STRANGLERS &THERAPY BELFAST U...

LIVE REVIEW:THE STRANGLERS &THERAPY BELFAST ULSTER HALL 06/04/2018   A crammed Belfast Ulster Hall was treated to a night to remember as The Stranglers delivered a jam-packed set on Friday night as part of their definitive tour. With support from local lads Therapy?, revellers were guaranteed to be blown away. As the show got under way, Therapy? raised the tempo as they thrust into “Isolation”. Lead-singer Andy Cairns greeted the Belfast crowd, “We’re Therapy?, and we’re from East Antrim. Are you ready to make some noise!?” before he urged the audience to help celebrate drummer Neil Cooper’s birthday and encouraged him to “drum...

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