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4 months ago
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I remember seeing WL support Skid Row and Motley Crue, and they destroyed both of them; but still one of the best 3 band bills I've ever seen. Became quite a fan of WL after that. Mike has a bit of a 'marmite' voice but his solo material shows he was the one with the song writing talent.
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6 months ago
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Steve Harris - Shy Ran outa time Karl Groom - Threshold (check out the solo at the 5 minutes mark) Libery Complacency Dependancy Chris Green - Pride/Tyketto Saviour of a Broken Heart
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7 months ago
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Last one was A foreigners Journey at Holmfirth. Nothing currently booked.
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8 months ago
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Ten's Opera Omnia with 16 discs.
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9 months ago
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Was very lucky to see HEAT live with Kenny in Manchester many years ago with only about 15 in the audience and the guy just ROARS. Loved them with Erik, and was a fan since the swedish idol auditions. When Kenny left, Erik was the only one I would have considered an apt replacement, and now thats its reversed, its the same. That simply rocked. Stoked for what comes next.
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9 months ago
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I so wanted to go to this gig as came late to the the band and never saw them live - the last cd with Lee Small fronting has become possibly my fave album of all time. Got a tix for the show but work got in the way on the night. Really looking forward to watching this.
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9 months ago
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Will be a late start for me as got to pick my son up from manchester airport, as he's back from Uni in Norway. But will catch up swiftly from 11 :)
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9 months ago
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It was excellent if a little short. About an hour of performance plus Q&A with the band, Great concept - the venue specialises iin live streams and has a few different bands on each week. Pyros, big screen backdrop etc. Band and new singer sounded great and the mnix was excellent. Hope it makes its way onto a live release at some point.
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9 months ago
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Great live stream and later Q&A. Greg could be my clone: 1st band that influenced me: The Sweet (first live gig with my mum when I was 10) Next big influence: Queen 2 Final straw that sealed the deal: Thin Lizzy Looking forward to a proper live gig whenever this Covid bollox abates.
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9 months ago
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Great stuff Nice guitar tone from Greg; and the new 'boy' sounds great. Can't wait.
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10 months ago
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I'll be having some of that. 'Been' to a few of these events and have to say enjoyed them more than I thought I would.
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1 year ago
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On a similar vein the first Steel Panther gig I went to (Sheffield Academy) opened with a group of pole dancers as support. Wife's face was priceless.
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1 year ago
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Would have been a charity gig by Journey at a golf club in California in about 2006, was called off the day before as bad weather totalled the marquee.
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1 year ago
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My wife is a big fan of Anglo/Italian singer/songwriter Jack Savoretti so I surprised here by subscribing to a live gig stream from Portofino in Italy tonight. Have to say for 12 quid it was a great experience, and played on a big screen and knowing it was live made it a lot more than merely watching a dvd. Also noted that Marillion are doing a whole weekend of 'Couch Convention' this weekend r
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1 year ago
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Was clean until I hit 50 and then within 2 years got a half sleeve of Journey lyrics and music images, followed by the first 'Freak of Nature' album cover 'skull' on my other arm. Not had anything in the last 6 years but still hankering to work out how to incorporate some Phil Lynott imagery into the collection.
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1 year ago
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Its all about the quality of the song writing but I have to admit as I get older, its the great ballads that still raise the hairs on my neck; ones that immediately spring to mind include: Journey - Still they ride Ten - Valentine Toto - I'll be over you Boston - The man I'll never be. Reckless Love - Sex
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1 year ago
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Dare - Don't let go (OOTS) Ten - Loneliest place in the world (X) Ten - The last time (Heresy & Creed) I'm having a very Oldham day today
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1 year ago
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For me, Dare are almost 2 bands that I like equally. OOTS is my favourite by Dare1 and all the Celtec stuff is a close second by Dare2. I don't really compare the 2 as they are for a different listening mood. Calm - I don't really like at all, as it's a sound they were forced to make. If I want to listen to Thin Lizzy, I'll listen to Thin Lizzy (who are my all time favourites)
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1 year ago
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Try direct line as they aren't on the comparison sites and are sometimes cheaper.
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1 year ago
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The only way I managed to get it cheaper was to add the car to my wife's policy and have the both of them as named drivers. It still worked out at over 1200 quid and had to have a black box fitted. Of course if she has a bump the wife's NCD takes a bit
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1 year ago
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Countless Firefest performances, Pride, Jimi, HEAT, Poodles,CoT. Melodicrockfest, Farcry, PoL. Journey/Kansas/Night Ranger in Germany. Thin Lizzy Free Trade Hall. Ten in Greece. Rush Hold Your Fire NEC And most recently Ghost at RAH.
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1 year ago
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3 jump immediately to mind. Blackfoot opening for Scorpions White Lion opening for Motley Crue Ten opening for Enuff ZNuff.
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1 year ago
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The first gig I ever went to, in 72. I was 10. They were ace live a lot heavier than they came across on TOTP, and set me down the road I've been on ever since. Sad indeed - Sweet Fanny Adams for me as well tonight.
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1 year ago
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Feckin genius. https://youtu.be/HDi59ZCGCz8
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1 year ago
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Looks are very subjective, but she ticks the boxes for me. However, here voice is just ok. Band are tight though.
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1 year ago
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Another Lissie fan I see - she has some great tunes and reminds me of Stevie Nicks, a lot. Another vocalist I like is Jack Savoretti - he's a bit housewives favourite at the moment but has a great grit to his voice. https://youtu.be/J_Um1gVKjVU
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1 year ago
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Show me your classics outside the melodic genre. I'll always have a special place for Glasgow's Springsteen: https://youtu.be/VH3ON1Crti0
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1 year ago
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First gig was The Sweet in about 73 - my mum took me. First real rock gigs were Lizzy with Graham Parker and Skynyrd in 77
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1 year ago
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Not sure if i agree. On record definitely, and live Myles is astounding, but everyone of the 4 shows I have seen have been very muddy' sounding with Mark's guitar disappearing into an indistinct wall of sound. Last time they had Volbeat supporting who were crystal clear by comparison. Having said that, I enjoyed every AB show just came away with a feeling they should have sounded so muc
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1 year ago
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WET - One night Live in Stockholm Firefest - Jimi Jamison, Mitch Malloy, Harem Scarem, Strangeways, Valentine.
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