The video screens and additional narrative help tell the story of the evolution of rock music through the decades. Interspersed in all of that we have of course the performances from the exemplary list of musicians that help define three decades of classic rock.
Tax The Heat’s album is out now, catch them at Ramblin’ Man in July as well as Steelhouse Festival the same weekend. If you like your RnB, true RnB from the 60s, bringing to mind The Who, The Kinks and more, then Tax The Heat are for you.
Live review and picture credit: Adrian Hextall / Mindhex Media Another year passes and Brit hopefuls The Brew return to the capital for a show at what is fast becoming a second home for them. The 100 Club has played host to everyone who is anyone. The band are in great company as the photos […]
Rage of Angels sophomore effort is something very special indeed. Whilst the début included a who’s who of melodic rock royalty providing guest vocals on each of the tracks, this is a far stronger more streamlined release that benefits from Rob Moratti being front and centre on each of the 10 tracks on offer.
Coming on stage to the backing tape of ‘My Generation’ by another institution The Who, with the immortal line “I hope I die before I get old”, it has to be said that Sir David of Coverdale is looking quite spritely.
Almost one year to the day on from their fantastic show at the same venue The Brew return to London’s famous 100 Club to bring their own blend of blues and rock ‘n roll to an eager crowd ready for more.
If you follow any sort of rock music news sites you’ve likely heard by now that things in the BCC camp aren’t as rosy as they once were…