Words by: Robert Sutton Images by: Robert Sutton Photography (Facebook) Jared James Nichols… Who? And I get the feeling from his social media comments that Jared gets that same remark from most of the people who have been to see him on the Glenn Hughes tour. He/they are a three piece Blues /Rock band from […]
Words by: Robert Sutton Images by: Robert Sutton Photography (Facebook) Courtesans are a four piece all female doom /rock / metal band who originate from London but consisting of members from Europe. They opened the evening with a six song setlist and soon found themselves getting a great response and applause from the audience. […]
The first ever Rockingham Festival took place during the weekend of 23 – 25 October 2015.
It’s no surprise then that Adler is double-jobbing on this European co-headlining tour. And with two 75 minute sets each night, that dude is playing his ass off.
Well after getting myself completely pumped up for this gig for the last few weeks the day was finally here. Call me a fan girl call me what you will, but this was a gig I was beyond excited to see. Now I would spent the afternoon getting to watch these guys set up for their gig tonight.
It’s a warm late summer’s night in Chicago,and the windy city’s House of Blues is about to become the house of metal. In a treat for fans of heavy music, a double billing of epic proportions has just begun its US run, and tonight it’s the Illinois capital’s turn to witness the pairing of two of heavy music’s most respected acts. With pioneers of thrash Overkill joining forces with symphonic behemoths Symphony X, it’s a show that offers equal parts spit and polish; with New Jersey’s grimiest band pitted against one of its most progressive.
Nazareth are a Scottish hard rock band who were formed back in 1968…and even I don’t go back that far!!…Up until a few years back they had been performing and touring with two of the original members of the band in the line-up, this being Dan McCafferty and Pete Agnew.
Halestorm Rocked Koko on the 18th August. ( with a bit of Blues and Country as well thrown into the mix…) ‘A Wild Evening with Halestorm’ sold out within about 8 hours of general release when tickets were first put up for sale several months ago for the London show.
As it was billed as an evening with Halestorm there was no support for the night, but instead we were treated to an acoustic performance by the group to get the evening under way. It was a slowed down acoustic performance which also allowed the audience to fully participate in, by proving to the band that they knew every word to the songs. However it nearly all went a bit wrong when something was said which sparked Jo on guitar to go a bit Country on us , but Lzzy quickly put him in check with a firm ‘No I’m not doing country’ and things got back to the way they were supposed to be…( phew…close call that one…)
On July 31st Potsville PA.’s Crobot brought their “Drunk As Shit” Tour to the Q&Z Expo Center in Ringle WI., a small rural community of about 1700 in north central WI. When you think of live music a re-purposed grade school “in the middle of nowhere” probably isn’t the first thing that comes to mind, but maybe it should be, because Q&Z has been attracting an impressive array of national acts of as of late.