Jimmy Cliff is known for that lyric “I Can See Clearly Now Lorraine Has Gone….”
Camden Rocks – the most tiring but extremely satisfying day – roll on next year and 2 days worth!!!!
Part pop, part indie rock, part punk the best comparison is this the band that would be born if you mixed Richard Ashcroft, Supergrass and the Stray Cats together.
Never destined to garner the fame and fortune of the big bands of their time and genre, the band have done remarkably well to make a thirty-year career from their music.
Poulsen takes time to acknowledge that inspiration and legend Johnny Cash performed at this very theatre (a quarter of a century ago), before teasing ‘Ring of Fire’ and other classic Cash as a segue into ‘Sad Man’s Tongue’
Surprise additions to the set seem to be all the rage and after the inclusion of the two tracks in Dare’s set to keep the fans happy, FM followed suit.
Live Festival Review and Photos: David Locklear The campground was tittering with more sound and activity this morning. Many of the Carolina Rebellion patrons were having to pack up and begin the arduous journey back to their homes. Some further than others: our camping neighbors diagonal to us had their jeep fully […]
It was clear that there were some die-hard Jizzy fans here tonight, some who would not have been born when the rocker started way back in the eighties.
After the wedding song to end all others, Waiting For A Girl Like You, generated a huge sing along it was followed by a tongue in cheek intro to Dirty White Boy from Hansen.
Godsmack was a band I didn’t think would be big on spectacle. They have a good heavy swagger and a blue-collar sensibility, so I figured their performance would be high energy and fun, but most likely stripped down. Wow. Big ‘nope’ there.