It was New Years Eve, everyone was drunk. The boat crashed into rocks which are called The Beasts of Holm and they were in sight of the harbour.
Noting Winwood and Clapton on the same bill I couldn’t fail to appreciate the significance that the two performed in the same location, albeit in the same band – Blind Faith, nearly 50 years ago.
Closing the Ramblin’ Man Fair for 2018 were the Cult, who ironically turned out to be the surprise of the day for many.
This evening flew by in a haze of metal, beer and more metal.
Pekka has to duck and weave like the best of boxers at times to avoid Jason’s bass neck as it whirls around mid air
I just saw a thing online yesterday saying that we will be supporting ‘Gun’, no one told me that! Yeah, we are supporting ‘Gun’ on November 3rd I think it is!
I would have Howlin’ Wolf along to the party too. Again a huge 6ft 6 bloke, pretty scary you know, but that would be so interesting.
I vacated the site with friends old and new and fond memories, some recent, some from the distant past but all conjured up by an emotive combination of music and good company
Words by Karen Hetherington Main Picture Credits: Sophie Lily Hextall Photography Additional Picture Credits & Words: Adrian Hextall \ MindHex Media Since its conception in 2015 the Ramblin Man has been regarded as my favourite festival bar none, however, the negativity on social media in the run up to this year’s event could hardly fail […]
The animated faces of the Lockhearts’ guitarist and bass player who look like they’ve just won a Kim Thayll look-alike competition