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.
A very unusual setting for the return of My Chemical Romance after a decade. Hope the plants enjoyed it. I did.
Gary Numan back on tour and very much back riding another wave of enthusiasm for his newer albums as well as his early ones.
A visit to The 100 Club is always a cherished event, and not one I’ve done that often, so seeing punk legends The UK Subs is a treat, tonight with a band from Poole, The Mistakes.
A live gig bonanza of eight gigs in ten days travelling to four cities in three countries.
What a fab few weeks. 10cc, Sad Café and the last Genesis gig ever. Rock on.
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.
New band, new venue: for the grey haired gig goer anyway. Post punk power pop mayhem.
A new venue for the grey haired gig goer, somewhere outside Newbury. Hugh Cornwell with band plays a set of his solo songs followed by a string of classic Stranglers tunes. Who said there are no more heroes.
As Altered Images anticipate the release of their first album for nearly four decades an excited Clare Grogan brightens up Southampton Engine Rooms on a Wednesday night.