A trip to Nashville – music city – with a chance to see The Killers. A chance wasted.
How do The Kings of Leon sell out two nights at London O2 Arena? Somehow they do and I’m here for the first of those.
The songwriting genius that is Elvis Costello puts the hits through the mangle – not all survive but I’d still go and see him again tommorrow, given the chance.
The synth-pop duo that were a backdrop to the late 80s and early 90s are back out on a big tour, tonight visiting Bournemouth. A curious grey-haired gig goer is there near the front.
A rare foray into 70s heavy rock for the grey-haired gig goer. Whitesnake – the Farewell Tour – with Foreigner and Europe providing some solid rock supports. Quite a trio.
Gary Numan back on tour and very much back riding another wave of enthusiasm for his newer albums as well as his early ones.
Another trip to see Red Rum Club. This time at a sell out night at The Joiners Arms, Southampton.
The Skids and Cockney Rejects head up an all-day punk bash in Glasgow.
Last night of the tour for Killing Joke at the iconic Hammersmith Apollo. A 59th birthday treat for the grey haired gig goer.
A visit to the Royal Albert Hall to see The Who play an acoustic set – part of the series of Teenage Cancer Trust fundraising concerts.