Something You Love, an album highlight also ticks the boxes that make the blue collar men nob and sob into their beers as he sings about running into an old friend, swapping stories, having a few drinks etc… The company has closed he finds out, budget cuts and setbacks so it’s time to get out there and do… something you love! Springsteen would be proud!
Support comes from THE CADILLAC THREE and Mascot labelmates, MONSTER TRUCK.
Hand’s down one of the best concerts I have had the pleasure of going to, after the intense start from Toseland, Theory didn’t disappoint.
A multi talented musician, vocalist, pianist, guitarist, every song is added to with whatever Beth decides to play, making the whole set very special.
Liverpool based heavy experimental collective of 5, Loathe, have announced that they will be supporting Bury Tomorrow on their upcoming twenty two date UK run.
The stage set is a sight to behold with the video screens arcing over the band right into the roof of the arena. If ever a live band wanted to recreate the feeling of watching an IMAX movie live on stage.
As well as the Deep Purple track Burn, which is the mother of all cover versions and features regularly in their set, they included a stunning rendition of Black Hole Sun, the second tribute of the night to Chris Cornell which was massively well received by the audience.
There clearly are some die-hard Beth Hart fans in the stalls this evening, as Beth greets them like old friends.
If you hadn’t purchased the album after that evening you need your music radar checking for malfunctions.