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King Creature – To The Bone

King Creature were formed in 2013 and have had the amazing honour of supporting Motorhead at The Eden Sessions in 2015. I have to say I am stunned by opening track ‘World Of Sin’. This takes me back to Alice In Chains’ ‘Sap / Jar Of Flies’ EP. It’s hauntingly …

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The Dead Daisies Announce ‘Welcome to Daisyland’ UK Winter Tour 2018

THE DEAD DAISIES KICK OFF “WELCOME TO DAISYLAND” TOUR IN LIVERPOOL ON NOVEMBER 13TH!   GREAT MIX OF CLASSIC BRITISH ROCKERS AND HOT UP-AND-COMERS AS SPECIAL GUESTS!   EXCLUSIVE EVENT AND TREATS FOR STEELHOUSE TICKET HOLDERS!     THE DEAD DAISIES are returning to the UK!   Partnering with Academy …

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Warwick-Johnson – Announce ‘Sonic Acoustic Attack Tour’

WARWICK JOHNSON ANNOUNCE UK AND EUROPE ACOUSTIC TOUR IN AUTUMN 2018 RICKY WARWICK  (Black Star Riders / Thin Lizzy / The Almighty) DAMON JOHNSON  (Black Star Riders / Thin Lizzy / Alice Cooper) Rock veterans Ricky Warwick and Damon Johnson are pleased to announce a “Sonic Acoustic Attack Tour” in Autumn …

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Wildfire Festival director Dave Ritchie Interview, 1/3/16.

I caught up with Dave Ritchie for a chat about Wildfire Festival.  Follow the links at the bottom of the page to buy your tickets, they’re selling fast and after yesterday’s announcement that the band creating so much buzz in the rock music world right now, Inglorious, will headline Saturday night at …

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Valorent / St. Hellfire / Thieves Of Ennui / Matty James – Hagues Bar, Lisburn – 25/02/2016

You know what they say, home is where the heart is; or in this case, home is where the music is. For me it has been a couple of years since I last entered the chess floorboard Hagues Bar situated in the centre of my home of Lisburn, Northern Ireland. …

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The Quireboys – St Cecilia and the Gypsy Soul

The Quireboys - St Cecilia and the Gypsy Soul (cover)

The Quireboys released their ninth studio album ‘St Cecilia And The Gypsy Soul’ via Off Yer Rocka on 30 March 2015. They head into their fourth decade by bringing out this Four CD deluxe edition, which was preceded by the release of the ‘Gracie B’ EP on 16 March 2015. Whilst this is …

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Black Star Riders – Acoustic Show at PMT, Manchester: 13th March 2015

I’ve been very lucky recently, in that last month a friend won tickets to see Thunder play an acoustic show at PMT (which stands for Professional Musical Technology) store in Manchester and then only last week another friend, Arwel, won tickets for the Black Star Riders acoustic show at the …

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Eric 13 – Acoustic Show in a Living Room on the outskirts of Manchester: 23rd August 2014

.@louelladeville_ @PlanetMosh review of .@eric13000 acoustic set at a private venue. Eric 13 – Road Warrior, Whisky Bender, Guitarist .@combichristarmy vocalist/guitarist singer of Sex Slaves and dark acoustic solo artist. I’ve been to many gigs in pubs where the décor lends itself to that of feeling that you are at …

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Jameson – Pronto

@planetmosh reviews Pronto by .@Jamesonmusic Every so often you go to a gig having never heard of the support act and leave feeling like you witnessed the beginning of something pretty huge.  This happened to me on Monday night, when I turned up at Edinburgh’s Liquid Room to see Rival …

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Wizz Acoustic – Rock Lives On EP

Wizz Wizzard, frontman of the band of the same name has had an interesting career starting out as a radio DJ at the tender age of 12. Wizz was one of Flanders best known Pirate DJs in the early 80’s. He then went on to front bands Sunrise (garage rock), Final …

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Donnie Vie – Goodbye Enough Z’Nuff.

Goodbye Enough Z’Nuff is the new album from former Enuff Z’Nuff singer/songwriter Donnie Vie.  The band was formed in Blue Island, Illinois in 1984 and Vie was a key member until he went part time in 2002, stopping touring with the band but continuing to write and record with them. …

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The Quireboys Acoustic – Sheffield Corporation, 8th February 2014

I first saw The Quireboys at Manchester International II in the early nineties. I’ve seen them a couple of times since then, make that around twenty times! Manchester International II has now been demolished and a block of flats stand in it’s place. Since my first gig The Quireboys have …

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