Words & Pictures: Jon Theobold / Jon Theobald Photography When I originally heard that a new blues festival was taking place in Gillingham – where I grew up – at a school with somewhat of a reputation at that time, I was in parts excited, curious and slightly nervous. On arriving at the newly-named Woodlands Arts […]
Over the course of the next 90+ minutes, almost every album and era are touched upon, surely appeasing anyone who has ever listened to the band.
Another weekday night in Dublin brings us yet another stellar performance from the legendary Corrosion of Conformity
The atmosphere of the show was buzzing and uplifting. Song after the song the audience got louder and more involved.
a brilliant gig and to those who missed this, I implore you, do not make the same mistake twice
All in all, a great night out and proof that a well performed acoustic show is as powerful as a full electric set, if it’s done well.
With an encore which included the thumping ‘, I Miss the Misery’, the band gave a nice nod to their support acts by asking Rews and Avatar onto the stage with them to enjoy a drink during ‘Here’s To Us’
Slash ft. Myles Kennedy and the Conspirators are currently touring in support of their fourth CD, Living the Dream which was released on September 21st, via Snakepit/Roadrunner Records.
Ratt upheld the integrity of the music that helped make the soundtrack of our youth.
The Shinedown curtains go up as it’s almost time for one of the headliners to hit the stage. Shinedown quickly sends of volt of energy in this casual Monday night crowd at the VBC