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Paul Jones And Friends

Paul Jones And Friends, January 2019, GLive, Guildford, Surrey, United Kingdom

“No pressure then!” remarks British blues rock guitarist Bernie Marsden walking onstage at GLive in Guildford as Sir Van Morrison walks the other way

2018 In Review

2018 In Review

As usual, we take a look at the year’s happenings – or at least some of them – and bearing in mind that again we have lost many great people, not least dear friends during 2018.

Erja Lyytinen

Erja Lyytinen Plus Special Guests, November 2018, The Borderline, London, United Kingdom

On an Autumnal November night I made my way across London to the famous club The Borderline for an evening of blues rock guitar from Erja Lyytinen who was in the country for a short headline UK Tour.

Steve Miller Band

The Steve Miller Band (Bluesfest London 2018), October 2018, The O2 Arena, Greenwich, United Kingdom

Returning once again at The O2 Arena in Greenwich, London, United Kingdom the annual Bluesfest kicked off the four-night run of shows on a Thursday during the October Half-Term.

Dionne Warwick

Dionne Warwick With Orchestral Accompaniment And Special Guest Jon Allen, September 2018, Royal Albert Hall, London, United Kingdom

The singer stares out at us from the stage with a stern expression. We have not quite got the mass chorale right on the refrain of What The World Needs Now…and we are going to have to up our game.

Cornbury Music Festival 2018, July 2018, Great Tew Park, Oxfordshire, United Kingdom

A phoenix-style return to love for 2018 – and beyond – found us Cornbury fans trekking back to the middle of nowhere (aka the Tews) for more music and entertainment . And some winceworthy ‘comedy’..It’s quite Ok driving around this area in the day and we found the signposting somewhat better this year. At night, driving around is hideous, for a stranger to the area. Whatever the expenditure on facilities in this neck of the woods, it sure ain’t going on lighting!

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Stone Broken with Special Guests Jared James Nichols and The Bad Flowers, February 2018, Islington Assembly Hall, London, United Kingdom

It’s a cold night in North London and a throng of rock fans are outside the venue, awaiting completion of soundchecks and entry. The headline band are just back from dinner, heading back into the hall and responding to calls of greeting, the four walk straight over to the punters and happily pose for photographs and chat before going inside.

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