Three gigs, ranging from the poor, the good, to the sublime. Continue reading
Two gigs in fairly quick succession at Kentish Town Forum. Ash first, followed by The Enemy Continue reading
An unbelievable line-up of rock gathered to pay tribute to a fallen brother. Continue reading
Quite the way behind writing anything so a hodgepodge collection of items here, in a sort of catch up.
Very sad and shocked to at the news that Taylor Hawkins has left the party. He always seemed to love the life, and was one of the few who could step in as drummer with Dave Grohl in front of him. Here he is giving it some in London back Continue reading …
If this isn’t on the stereo today, and the volume tweaked up to 11, then you and I don’t have the same sort of soul. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3QGMCSCFoKA One of the greats has left.
Still catching up, and last gig before catching bloody Covid curtailed plans (we will return to see some of those bands!). Anyway, the gig which may have given us the lurgy in the first place, The Charlatans at Brixton Academy.
Just trying to catch up on things, and realised I’m a bit behind on gigs. Live music continued with a trip to the (still poor) Wembley Arena to see a double bill of Happy Mondays and James.
The world has been weird and it has been far, far too long since Heather and I were last at a proper gig. It was with some relief (if a little nervousness) that we finally found ourselves on a Saturday night trip into London, with a new venue to boot! Continue reading