A show and a half from a band that have taken the current situation in the UK (and the rest of the world) and drawn enough energy from it to really make a statement that needs to be heard once more.
We had one more costume change for Justin during the main set , with him taking off the red trousers to be replaced with a green sparkly open fronted cat suit, with silver dangly strands around his ankles, down his back and also around his codpiece area..
Review, Interview and Photos Simon Kneller & Stefan Putwain On arriving in the mighty city of Cardiff, the photographer, Simon and I, were happy to take in the sights and to grab a quick bite to eat before heading to Fuel. It was good to hear that the venue for the night was a sell […]
Glenn Hughes vocalisations were over the top. What energy and abilities! Are you under the contract with the dark one, Glenn? 🙂 And David Lowy was the hearth of that Daisies’ engine, together with Tommy and Glenn they built the crushing power of the driving force.
Multi-instrumentalist Sam Wood, changing instruments seamlessly from mandolin to banjo to guitar to accordion and back again between each song. Mr. Wood is one of those amazingly talented individuals that can infuriatingly play almost any instrument put before him.
Benji often banters with the crowd and ensures maximum enjoyment, for my personal favourite ‘That’s my Jam’ he separates the crowd and assigns them different parts of the song
Words and Pictures: Adrian Hextall / MindHex Media Following on from Part I – our review can be found here: Rockin’ The Bowl 2021 – Don Valley Bowl, Sheffield – Review Pt 1 , Saturday September 11 2021 And so to Sunday, where The Dukes of Bordello got the day off to a moonshine fuelled […]
Having grinned my way through Shanghai Treason and thoroughly enjoyed the ever-reliable Gin Annie and Bad Touch, all that remained was for the Queen of Metal, Doro Pesch to arrive and preside over the strong audience of rockers.
As the classic Holy Water had finished ringing in our ears, the band played a couple more numbers including I Don’t Need Your Loving, and then Tim Prottey-Jones returned to the stage to help perform on Eye Of The Storm