Throughout the next 2 months (September & October), Inglorious are set to be touring the UK in support of their latest record, II. Although I was already super excited for this one, I'm even more excited to see them seeing as the support act has now been announced! Fronted by ex-Little Angels vocalist, the Wayward Sons … Continue reading Inglorious UK Tour Support Announced!
On July 18th 2016, I went to see The White Buffalo in Newcastle Upon Tyne. That night his support act was the amazing Juanita Stein, from Brighton, UK. I fell in love with her music that night, and now she's back with her debut record: America. Track list: 1. "Florence" 2. "Dark Horse" 3. "Black Winds" … Continue reading Juanita Stein: America
It's been a few days now since I went to a great, small venue in Newcastle Upon Tyne called Riverside to see British Lion - an amazing, 'small' band, with a mighty roar! Oh what a night to remember it was..... You should know this absolute legend of a man from one of the biggest … Continue reading 1st August ’17: British Lion
Earlier this year it was announced that Black Country Communion were set to return to the studio this year to create their brand new album - BCCIV. Track list: 1. "Collide" 2. "Over My Head" 3. "The Last Song For My Resting Place" 4. "Sway" 5. "The Cove" 6. "The Crow" 7. "Wanderlust" 8. "Love … Continue reading Black Country Communion: IV
The question that was asked so many times by Dexter's sister in Dexter's Laboratory: "What Does This Button Do". Well, there's now going to be a book with that question as the title from none other than the finest vocalist in the world. It's no secret that Iron Maiden are my all time favourite band. I've … Continue reading ‘What Does This Button Do?’
So here's my first gig review, and first post. So firstly, welcome to the blog! It's just learning to walk, so don't expect much. But here's my first gig review ... On Friday evening, last week, I went to see The Shires perform at The Sage in Gateshead as part of the Summertyne Americana Festival … Continue reading 21st July ’17: The Shires