Right up there with my top gigs of the year: The Enemy reunion tour hits Bournemouth. So much energy in the room.
Belfast punk legends on their Covid postponed 20-20 Vision Tour with ex-Pistol Paul Cook’s Professionals… and I look back on my previous SLF gigs.
What better way to spend a dark and damp mid-week Winter’s evening than popping out to experience some relaxing reggae sounds from Jamaica…not just any sounds but songs from the legend Bob Marley.
From the first album to the ‘greatest song ever written’ the Bunnies perform a nostalgic set – it had me looking through old tickets and wondering what became of my old big coat.
The Libertines return with their Giddy Up a Ding-Dong Tour, complete with a Libertines Christmas jumper on the merch stand, and modelled by the new look Pete Doherty.
A few notes and a peek inside Bournemouth’s O2 Academy.
The last gig for a while. As Coronavirus engulfs our world the show stopped here – Blossoms touring their third album. Sunday night in Boscombe.
A cancelled date from The Shed Seven ‘Shedcember’ tour brings a bonus Saturday night in Boscombe out for those of us still ‘Chasing Rainbows’.
The Wonder Stuff live in Boscombe to play ‘The Eight Legged Groove Machine’ and ‘Hup’ in their entirety, plus some new songs. This prompts a look back to 1988 when I first saw them in Coventry.