Grey haired gig goers out in force for the Skids as they bound onstage in Islington
A Scottish indie rock sing-a-long at a sell out small venue in Southampton.
A large rotating strawberry helps celebrate 25 years, well 27 with the Covid delay, of The Lightning Seeds third album Jollification.
Nick Cave kicks off his delayed and Covid altered UK tour. An astonishing performance immersed in darkness and grief.
A first excursion to the capital for a grey haired gig goer since before Lockdown. Gorillaz celebrate freedom with a carnival style celebration in the huge arena that is Greenwich O2. Trips to Ronnie Scott’s and Abbey Road Studios are the appetizers for 36 hours of music based recreation.
Staying local again to see some Dorset talent in the form of the Andy Grant Band, in a new venue for me… The Four Horsemen.
A journey to the unlikely setting of North Boarhunt Social Club – the first live gig since Lockdown started, by Phil ‘Swill’ Odgers of The Men They Couldn’t Hang, and the first since the sudden loss of fellow Men They Couldn’t Hang frontman Stefan Cush.
As Step 3 of Lockdown restrictions drag on, Kirk Brandon goes on a solo tour of seated socially distanced audiences and a grey haired gig goer is there to enjoy it, pocket camera to hand.
A long awaited return to live gigs to see Toploader back on stage after 18 months and kicking off a big tour marking 20 years of their debut album.
A first trip to the Madding Crowd nightclub venue in Bournemouth for the grey haired gig goer. Tonight this is a socially distanced, Covid-safe gig with The Hoosiers popping their heads above the Lockdown parapet. This piece focuses as much on the venue and the adaptations as it does the former chart toppers.