Author: Pete Sargeant

Chris Sharpe at Lost In The Manor On Blogtober

Chris Sharpe at Lost In The Manor on Blogtober Just Listen To This will be presenting our own night of new live music at The Finsbury Pub in London on Friday 21st October 2016 for #Blogtober which is organised by Lost In The Manor and will run for the whole month of October.  We sat down and asked Lost In The Manor’s Chris Sharpe about #Blogtober Festival, the company Lost In The Manor and the first gig he went to. Enjoy…  Marco van Rooijen When did the company Lost In The Manor start and where were you/are you...

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Thunder Announces 2017 UK and Ireland Tour

Thunder Announces 2017 UK and Ireland Tour. The tour starts on Friday 17th March at O2 Apollo in Manchester.   Hot off the heels of their epic live set in front of thousands at Ramblin Man Fair 2016, classic rock band Thunder have announced an 11-date tour of the UK and Ireland for March 2017 with special guests. The London outfit have been incredibly busy having released their top ten hit album ‘Wonder Days’ in 2015, touring the world with 2016 UK festival appearances and working on their as-yet untitled brand new album which is scheduled in February 2017...

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Joe Bonamassa – Live At The Greek Theatre

Joe Bonamassa Live At The Greek Theatre (Provogue Records/Mascot Label Group) This release completes the circle on Joe’s tribute projects for the moment but with the more recent Brit Blues nod presumably to come – we saw Kevin Shirley running around filming at the Greenwich show – and in CD and DVD/Blu-Ray format. This is not a release I have had the chance to speak to Joe about, though I did hear many of the numbers included here at various Bonamassa gigs in London and The South. The band assembled for this LA show has the cracking rhythm section...

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Tony Wright – Walnut Dash

Tony Wright Walnut Dash (Independent) When I go to see a live show, I feel better connected to the act if he ?she makes some sort of effort to announce the songs clearly, explain origins of songs and generally chat to the crowd. If the artist(s) can be funny, so much the better. Wright’s new studio album songs really come to life when he performs them and the record sounds better once you have taken in a live show. We had seen him fronting Terrorvision and Glenn had secured a very warm interview with Tony so a journey up...

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Dave Hanson – Almost Horizontal

Dave Hanson  Almost Horizontal (Six String Social Records) “Dave Hanson’s “Almost Horizontal” is a breakthrough album in many ways. Combining blues and melodic changes in its song structures, the record has a a futuristic sense about it. This is the direction music SHOULD be going: fresh, innovative and haunting. Hanson is an original, one from whom I hope to hear more music as his inspiration grows!” Mick Martin  –  Mick Martin’s Blues Party – KXJZ – Sacramento USA   When he was in the Dunwells, Hanson brought a Mike Campbell touch to the band’s arrangements and occasional solos and...

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