“The Temperance Movement is sensible people and in the midst of it I was being a bit of a fuckin’ fanny.” Phil Campbell
The crowd at the Mohawk Place showed EHG their fan base in Buffalo is solid, and gave us a performance to remember for a long time.
Everything from Carnivore, Ricochet, Point of No Return and of course the huge My Demons all sounded immense
Paul’s zen-like state of being lost in his guitar tones and Phil’s on-stage movements all combined to present the audience with the Temperance Experience
Some groove, some blues, some vibe and whole lotta’ soul can be found in a Kris Barras Band performance as Kris channels his admiration for the late Gary Moore.
Undoubtedly in fine form and tightened up by the recent touring schedule, they took to the stage amongst rapturous applause with the ease and expertise of veteran rockers.
The band manage to create a solid well crafted sound that, had it been the 1970s would have seen them touring with Free, Bad Company, The Rolling Stones and more.
The Bristol based quartet are a band who need to be seen live to be fully appreciated, their quirky take on vintage style looking strangely out of place in comparison to the sound they produce.
If the likes of Nickelback, Black Stone Cherry and more can come over and break the UK with ease, it’s about time we sent one back to do the same.
To call it the classic line up does The Wildhearts an injustice as one of the ‘classic’ line ups saw Scott Sorry on bass, delivering the last studio album the band produced to great critical acclaim.