Another chance to see The Charlatans at Brixton Academy. They were supported by the goodish Average Sex and the peculiar Temples
Time for some more live music, with Queens of the Stone Age at Wembley Arena. The riffs were as heavy and subtle as expected but it was the lighting which made the gig. Complete with strange bouncy light poles on the stage (looking like something form ) the illumination was Continue reading …
A return to see Placebo at Brixton Academy Continue reading
A little trip to the Brighton seaside! Continue reading
Having skipped this year’s Petts Woodstock Heather and I did make it along to a fairly sunny Priory Live in Orpington.
I’m really catching up with things here but back at the end of Heather and I went for a little trip up and across the country. Things didn’t exactly go to plan, but we did visit Chester, see Whitby and end up in Newcastle Continue reading
A glorious took Heather and I to the centre of London and Hyde Park, there to see a one day festival of music, BST Hyde Park.
So what happens when sixty-odd thousand fans are waiting for Green Day are treated to Queen’s Bohemian Rhapsody being played over the speakers? They join in of course, word perfectly and spontaneously with no prompting or guidance (and with now canon headbanging in the appropriate place). There is something so Continue reading …