In 1977, while the London Punk scene was lead by the likes of The Sex Pistols, The Clash & The Damned, an angry young band called Stiff Little Fingers formed amidst the violence and hatred in Northern Ireland. They had no need to sing of anarchy, riots or roses. Their songs and lives were full [...]
Entries Tagged as 'UK Tour'
Terry Lane - Tuesday 25.03.14, 14:37pm
Annie Payne - Monday 13.01.14, 18:17pm
Paul Weller has confirmed five forest gigs, appearing as part of the Forestry Commission’s Forest Live concert programme in spectacular woodland locations across the country.
It’s been thirty years since Paul Weller first exploded onto the music scene, suited and booted, and armed with statement tunes in The Jam. Blending the best of British with his [...]
Terry Lane - Sunday 20.10.13, 16:26pm
In 2002 a group of teenagers formed The Arctic Monkeys in a suburb of Sheffield and played their first gig on 13 June 2003 at The Grapes in the city centre. Before releasing a single record the band had gathered quite a following and made a bit of a stir by offering their music for [...]
John Williams - Friday 27.09.13, 20:03pm
Three years since the release of his last album, the highly regarded To Dreamers, Kelley Stoltz is back with perhaps his best collection of songs so far on the soon to be released Double Exposure.
Not that it has taken Stoltz three years to write the album, he has during that time turned his garage into [...]
Terry Lane - Monday 15.04.13, 07:54am
To coincide with six UK shows, this month Cooking Vinyl has released a live album by Counting Crows.
Echoes Of The Outlaw Roadshow was recorded across several dates on their 2012 North American tour and is a true representation of the power and energy of their live shows.
Counting Crows have built a live reputation for powerful [...]