Colin was a real handful when he had his record deal, he used to trash hotel rooms, he trashed a house in London once, he was a very troubled kid
Just one night, I’d love to sing all the classics with the Whitesnake band, with Neil Murray and Mickey and Bernie and all those guys. It would be incredible to do something like that, to get to actually be in Whitesnake for one night.
The loose, fluid, almost made up on a whim, medley of classic rock and pop tracks from the 70s, 80s and 90s showed just how versatile this band can be when they want to. It also served to paint the widest of grins on the faces of most of the people present.
When the cat is away, Inglorious will play. With Nathan James off chatting to others, our intrepid reporter, Karen Hetherington gets to talk to the rest of the band in a rare opportunity to talk about life on the road.
Inglorious, who are currently touring with only one albums worth of tracks delivered a flawless performance which consisted of their album in its entirety peppered with well known covers and a new song thrown in as an appetiser for the next album.
Supported by Curran and Ali Clinton, Inglorious tore the roof off Islington Assembly Hall with tracks from their stunning début release.
Fortune favours the brave as they say and as we speak to Nathan via the universal medium of cellphone, he speculates, on his way home after buying the latest issue of Classic Rock magazine, as to why the press are going crazy for Inglorious right now.