Wednesday 27 February 2013

Jeff Healey: Live CD/DVD Released!

On Monday February 22nd inakustik  released a compilation of three rare and previously unreleased German concerts recorded and filmed in 1989, 1995 and 2000, from the Canadian blues rock guitarist, Jeff Healey

Entitled “Jeff Healey – As The Years Go Passing By: Live in Germany 1989 – 1995 -2000”, the concerts was released as a 3 CD-set and as a Deluxe Edition 3CD + 2 DVD.  The latter includes an extensive booklet featuring contributions from the participating musicians and rare photos.

The three concerts include “Ohne Filer Extra” (May 10, 1989),Extraspät in Concert” (April 2, 1995), and “Ohne Filter Extra” (October 31, 2000).

“With the fifth anniversary of Jeff's passing coming up on 2nd March 2013, we were looking for a special way to commemorate and help celebrate Jeff’s life and legacy,” says Jeff’s widow, Cristie Healey.

“In preparing for this release, it was important to include the participation of as many of the performers involved as possible. Jeff’s friends and colleagues have enthusiastically shared their memories of the concerts which help to make this rare live compilation extra special.”

“The Jeff Healey Estate is very proud to endorse this release. It's the first collection of archive material to be officially released with the approval of the Healey Family since Jeff left us all too soon. We are privileged to continue the legacy of his immense efforts, incredible talent and sheer love of music, for everyone to enjoy.”

“Jeff’s life wasn’t just about music but rather, music was part of what brought life to Jeff. It was part of who he was. For those who knew him, this fact was always quite apparent, even up to his last live performance, only a month before he passed away. The live recordings were created with the participation of those who knew Jeff best, sharing his talent with his fans, friends, and fellow musicians for years to come.”

Disc 1 & DVD 1:
Ohne Filter Extra (May 10, 1989)

Jeff Healey – Guitar/Vocals
Joe Rockman – Bass/Vocals
Tom Stephen – Drums

1          I'm Torn Down
2          My Little Girl
3          Confidence Man
4          I Need To Be Loved
5          When The Night Comes Falling From The Sky
6          River Of No Return
7          Angel Eyes
8          Roadhouse Blues
9          See The Light

Disc 2 & DVD 2:
Extraspät in Concert (April 2, 1995)

Jeff Healey – Guitar/Vocals
Pat Rush – Guitar
Joe Rockman – Bass/Vocals
Tom Stephen – Drums

1          Got A Line On You
2          Stop Breaking Down
3          As The Years Go Passing By
4          Confidence Man
5          Stuck In The Middle
6          Angel
7          Yer Blues
8          Me And My Crazy Self
9          Angel Eyes
10        Roadhouse Blues
11        See The Light
12        While My Guitar Gently Weeps

Disc 3 & DVD 1:
Ohne Filter Extra (October 31, 2000)

Jeff Healey – Guitar/Vocals
Philip Sayce – Guitar
Joe Rockman – Bass/Vocals
Tom Stephen – Drums

1          My Little Girl
2          Which One
3          Love Is The Answer
4          How Blue Can You Get
5          Confidence Man
6          Put The Shoe On The Other Foot
7          Feel Better
8          Angel Eyes
9          Roadhouse Blues
10        See The Light

The three concerts give fans an insightful look into the evolution of Jeff Healey... a document of an outstanding guitarist in three distinct phases of his career. The concerts are presented as they were performed, live without the aid of studio intervention. Spanning eleven and a half years, they cover different periods in the history of the Jeff Healey Band, and yet, they are all linked by a common thread, Germany.

Germany always held a special place for the Jeff Healey Band. Consistently one of their strongest markets, German audiences were always fantastic and appreciative, giving Jeff and his band extra fire. 

“Germany is a spectacular country,” recalls Jeff’s first bass guitarist, Joe Rockman. “In colourful detail, I would describe for Jeff the lush fields, gently rolling hills, picturesque vistas and majestic mountains. For him the best part was the warm enthusiastic response we encountered throughout the country. He loved sampling the old world brew and shuffling through the abundant second hand record shops.”

“The superb camera crews for each show display Jeff's technique with unique close-ups, putting the viewer right on stage,” continues Rockman. “I’d coach Jeff on how the cameras were placed, and he was aware of how to play to them, but also aware not to let them influence how he performed to the live studio audience. There's one cool shot I've never seen before, taken at an angle from Jeff's feet shooting up towards the guitar. During concerts around this period most people in the audience couldn't clearly see his revolutionary style of guitar playing, so all three shows are a rare treat…”

1989: The “Ohne Filter Extra” Concert

Healey is in great spirits, and it is clearly evident and from the opener, I’m Tore Down. The energy coming off the stage is intense. The frenzy of the crowd is given a bigger boost by a wild group of Canadians in the audience showing their support. The playful exuberance Jeff puts out in the solo for My Little Girl is reflective of the feel of the entire show.

Joe Rockman: “The 1989 Ohne Filter Extra show has the original trio in exhilarating form, hamming it up on stage and pushing the sound of the three-piece to the extreme. It was our dream to reach the world, and being in Germany was new and exciting. We were feeling indestructible, with a surge of creativity including film, video, CD, and playing to huge festival crowds. We were intent at pushing and proving ourselves for every show.”

“There is fire in Jeff's playing, an urgency sometimes startling, almost as if the notes were saying "Here! Listen here!" His technique was amazing. It was as if some kind of demented Daddy Long Legs spider was dancing over the neck of his guitar. Making sense of it was a challenge. With a conventional guitar player, I can watch the left hand and know where he's going musically. But with Jeff, it was upside down and backwards, so I would play by ear, not by eye.”

“We used the keyboard in songs where we needed to fill out the middle when Jeff broke into a solo. In I Need To Be Loved, Angel Eyes and When the Night Comes Falling From the Sky you can hear how Jeff used the 12 string Jackson double-neck for a wider tone, also playing the twelve and six string necks off each other in solos for great effect.”

When The Night Comes Falling is one of the highlights of this show. With Joe’s great harmony vocals and Jeff’s double-neck Jackson guitar, they pull out all the showman chops. Jeff is sweat-drenched and leaps around the stage playing the guitar behind his head. The performance culminates in a fantastic show-stopping version of See The Light.

1995: Extraspät in Concert

By 1995, the live band had been through some changes. After their debut, See The Light, the band experienced success with their sophomore release Hell To Pay (featuring George Harrison and Mark Knopfler), followed by the 1992 follow up Feel This. During the tour for this release, the band had sought to augment its sound and take things in a different direction, adding back-up singers and a keyboard player. This version of the touring band would remain short-lived however and with the start of recording in 1994 a change was again heralded...

Peeling back the layers for a ‘return to the basics’ the band recorded their next album, Cover To Cover mostly as a three-piece.

In a 1995 Guitar Player Magazine interview, Jeff elaborated, “We felt like we'd sort of gotten off track," Healey says. “I wanted to do something different and fun and reminiscent of the days when we made very little money. In the end we recorded 30 or 40 songs - or at least we half-attempted to record that many. If a song started breaking down and it took a lot of thought to figure out what to do with it, we just moved on, because we wanted these recordings to be as spontaneous as possible.”

In many ways reborn and revitalized in its newly stripped down form, the addition of guitarist Pat Rush (Johnny Winter, et. al) to the live line-up brought much to the proceedings. Pat’s experience and skill opened up Jeff to play more freely and not have to worry about carrying the song. In many ways, Pat was the perfect counterpoint for Jeff on stage and certainly, exactly what the band needed at this point in time.

Joe Rockman: “Pat Rush was a huge asset and began touring with us to support the Cover to Cover record. Jeff was becoming a bit burned out shouldering all the guitar duties. Pat had mastery of several types of guitars, pedals and effects and was able to summon up a landscape of orchestral arrangements to widen our sound. It amazed me to hear so many variations of a guitar sound especially with his outstanding slide. He had the sensitivity to lay back, create space, and at times add flourish, tastefully complimenting Jeff. The interplay between Jeff and Pat shines on every track.”

Pat Rush: “Jeff used to introduce me as the guy he stole all his licks from. He first came to see me at Grossmans Tavern (in Toronto) when he wasn't even old enough to be in bars. He liked my slide guitar playing and he liked the fact that I was also a good rhythm player so that when he took a solo the rhythm guitar helped to keep the groove. When he soloed I kept the groove going while he went into outer space on a solo and vice versa! He loved trading off solos back and forth in some songs.”

There are many highlights in the 1995 show; Pat’s stand out slide playing on Stop Breaking Down, the wonderful interaction between Pat and Jeff in Roadhouse Blues… you can feel how much fun they’re having on stage… Jeff’s playing on the Albert King classic, As The Years Go Passing By, is all passion and fire. His soulful voice creating perfect symmetry with the fat tone of his Les Paul…

Joe Rockman: The second period (Cover To Cover) represented in this set is a wonderful example of the JHB captured in a controlled environment. The outstanding Extraspät In Concert production team gives it the full ambiance of a concert hall, and the guitar heavy mix broadens the entire sonic spectrum. This is one of our finest live recordings. Here we see footage of Jeff maturing as a musician and singer. He has gained control, range and expression in his vocals. He's more relaxed and confident, and his guitar playing is more dynamic and directional. He leads the guitar now, as opposed to earlier work where sometimes the guitar would lead him. From the start his tone leaps out of the Les Paul, now perched on a metal stand to allow a live audience to see more of his amazing technique.”

Pat Rush: “It was my second time touring Europe with Jeff and we performed a bunch of German dates. I remember how good the production was, the techs doing the TV shows were very together. When watching the videos I was impressed with the sound and video mix.

Jeff is often unrecognized for his skillfulness on acoustic guitar. His playing was as proficient and unique as on electric.

Joe Rockman: “Jeff's prowess on the acoustic guitar is featured on Me and My Crazy Self (a song I discovered on one of his CD "rejects" that he gave me) and Angel Eyes where we stage ourselves up front.”

Me and My Crazy Self is indeed a great showcase for Jeff’s raw talent. Stripped of all artifice, Jeff’s expressive voice and brilliant acoustic playing are laid bare on the stage, providing an aural break from the relentlessness of the band. Pat Rush returning to add an intricate web of sound to a full band acoustic version of Angel Eyes provides the perfect segue back to full volume.

When the band returns fully amplified with Roadhouse Blues, the incredible back-and-forth between Pat and Jeff takes the song to new heights, priming the audience for what follows, an extraordinary fifteen and a half minute version of See The Light.

2000: Ohne Filter Extra

Performing in support of their first release in five years (2000’s wildly unappreciated Get Me Some), the band was dealing with its share of turmoil behind the scenes and sadly, this tour would mark the beginning of the end for the original line-up. It would be one the final concerts where the three core members, Joe Rockman, Tom Stephen and Jeff Healey would tour together.

For this tour, new blood was once again injected into the band, this time in the form of Philip Sayce, a brilliant young lead player in his own right, with a great voice to boot (just watch as he cuts loose on the Albert Collins tune, Put The Shoe On The Other Foot). Jeff's invitation for him to join up was extended with the intention of helping him with his own eventual/inevitable career.

Joe Rockman: “Our third era (the 2000 Ohne Filter show) features songs of our final studio recording where we experimented with a varied approach to our songwriting, combining elements of the core band's individual influences along with superb collaborators. This was the final show of our 2000 Euro tour and we were feeling the effects of our relentless schedule. Jeff was struggling with the last dregs of a cold, but that would not stop him. He had a strong professional work ethic, and could still outperform while feeling under the weather. Check out his call and answer guitar stings on How Blue Can You Get.”

“Philip Sayce is an astounding guitar player, and we were excited for our opportunity to introduce him to the world. A perfect foil for Jeff, he could push the expression of blues to a lightning fast level, taking it to a dimension Jeff wouldn't normally go. I had a sense that Philip put his entire essence and soul into his playing, at times propelling off his feet and into the air. When close on stage, it was magnetic. I could feel presence and power emanate from him. In response Jeff would play even more dynamically, bringing things down to a whisper, then erupting into a cascade of sonic fury which Phil would then match, driving Jeff even further. At times you see a look of amused awe on Phil's face when Jeff pulled off something that didn't sound quite human.”
Philip Sayce: By the time we arrived at Ohne Filter Extra (our last show of the tour, and Halloween!), there was an excitement in the air. Emmylou Harris shared the bill with Healey, which was apparently the last episode of this TV series to be filmed. The German audience was incredible that night, as they always are. There was a real edge to the performance that night, we came out swinging, and I remember of course, Jeff was ferocious, relentless, in complete control. Even on the last show of this tour, exhausted and fighting a nasty cold, Jeff blew away everyone, as he always did... he brought the thunder, and rendered everyone in that audience speechless.”

Joe Rockman: “As a rhythm section, we’d strive to experiment and push beyond the borders of a traditional team. To back up Jeff, Philip employs a powerful insistent rhythm, while weaving colours and textures on the slower numbers. He instilled excitement in the JHB's performances throughout this tour. A great example of Philip's uncanny vocal range can be seen in the Albert Collins song, Put The Shoe On The Other Foot which was a showcase for him. There was a pivotal time during this performance. As I heard Jeff and Phil in a searing double lead, it hit me. As bassist and co-producer of the JHB, I was sharing the stage and studio with some of the greatest guitarists the world had ever seen.”

Philip Sayce: “This was one of the last tours I did with Jeff, as I was preparing to start my own career full time. A move Jeff had orchestrated, intended and endorsed from the first time he asked me to join him and his band. To this day, I’ve never experienced anything like standing beside Jeff onstage, or even hanging on a tour bus listening to music together. He was one of my biggest heroes, and still is. I cherish every moment I had with him, and it helped to set me on my life's musical path. I feel his presence and influence every time I play. When he performed, it was like time stopped.”

Joe Rockman: “Jeff's guitar tones and phrasing were instantly recognizable not just because of his unique style, but also his vast knowledge of music and music history. He had a sonic photographic memory and all his influences, especially his love of early jazz and Louis Armstrong would creep into his playing to create his own unique sound and voice.”

“I don't think like a guitar player. Nor do I think that way when I'm playing the trumpet as a trumpet player or the piano as a piano player… I'm always thinking very musically, so when I approach the guitar, again, it's not as a guitar player. I'm playing the music and conveying emotion.” - Jeff Healey (Vintage Guitar Magazine in 2002)



Following The Union’s decision to postpone their remaining UK tour dates, after the band’s lead singer Peter Shoulder was taken ill onstage and unable to continue during the band’s concert at the O2 Academy in Islington on Thursday, 21st February, the band have now confirmed the rescheduled dates for the remainder of the tour.
The dates are as follows:
March 23rd - Newport Steelhouse 
March 26th - Wolverhampton Slade Rooms 
March 27th - Bristol Fleece 
March 28th - London O2 Islington Academy 
All tickets for original dates will be valid and refunds will be offered to those who cannot make the new dates.

The Union are also pleased to announce the addition of a new date for the tour, and will now also play at the O2 Academy in Liverpool on Sunday, 24th March 

BlackWolf, who have been the support band for the tour, will continue to open for The Union at the rescheduled dates. A further special guest for The Union’s date at the O2 Academy in Islington is expected to be announced shortly.

Greg Lake: Songs of a Lifetime Album Released

Legendary Singer/Songwriter Greg Lake Releases Highly Anticipated
 'Songs Of A Lifetime' Live CD 

London, UK - Hot on the heels of a successful solo tour of the US, UK and sold out tour of Italy, legendary singer/songwriter Greg Lake will be releasing a new live CD 'Songs Of A Lifetime' on Esoteric Antenna / Manticore Records on February 25, 2013. Capturing all the excitement of Greg Lake live in concert, 'Songs Of A Lifetime' documents Greg's musical history, from his beginnings with King Crimson to super-stardom with ELP to his illustrious solo career, through stories and songs. Performing all his most popular songs including "21st Century Schizoid Man", "From The Beginning", "Still....You Turn Me On", "Lend Your Love To Me Tonight", "C'est la Vie" and "Karn Evil 9", as well as homages to Elvis Presley and The Beatles and Curtis Mayfield, 'Songs Of A Lifetime' is a must have for Greg Lake fans and music fans everywhere!

Hailed as an "artistic triumph" and "the experience of a lifetime", 'Songs Of A Lifetime' gives new insight into Greg Lake and his influences, while showcasing in concert the influence his writing and voice have had not only for rock and roll, but contemporary music of all types.

As a founding member of King Crimson and Emerson, Lake & Palmer, Greg Lake has been a major force in music for over 40 years. In 2012 he embarked on a successful solo tour to perform 'Songs Of A Lifetime', a unique concert experience that was conceived whilst Greg was writing his autobiography. Greg explains, "From time to time during the writing of my autobiography, these songs would crop up that were in some way crucial or extremely important in the development of my career. These were not always songs that I had written myself, but sometimes songs that had been written and performed by other artists as well. I realized that what they actually represented was the journey that I had shared together with the audience over all these years. Behind these songs there were often stories to be told and it occurred to me that the same must be true for the audience as well. It was then that I thought of the idea of doing a series of very small intimate concerts where I could perform these songs and exchange stories with the audience, in a way reliving the time when the music we shared together really became part of our identity and in a way became the backdrop to our lives, a sort of tapestry I suppose."

Greg Lake has long been considered a legendary voice and musical powerhouse whose impact changed the landscape of rock and roll. Many simply refer to him as "The Voice". Visionary and creative, 'Songs Of A Lifetime' provides an evocative, emotional ride into the life and music of one of the world's most popular songwriters in a unique format which relies on audience involvement as well as the artistry of the performer. Says Greg, "This is not one of those boring shows sitting on a stool strumming folk songs, I purposely set out to make this show dynamic and entertaining with lots of drama and pathos, even some humour at times as well. Everyone feels part of the performance because we all bonded by the shared memories of our musical journeys together." The recordings on the 'Songs Of A Lifetime' CDwere taken from a selection of shows performed on the 2012 tour.

The CD release coincides with the upcoming release of Greg Lake's autobiography, 'Lucky Man', and was inspired by it, but the two are not the same. The autobiography is NOT an audio recording of the show, but a narrative of Lake's experiences from childhood to the present, including never before revealed details, funny and poignant moments, and colourful facts of his amazing career as one of the world's leading and influential musicians, songwriters, vocalists and poets. The autobiography will be released both as an audio book read by the author and the complete print edition is anticipated at the end of the year. In support of the releaseplans for tours in Japan, Europe, South America, USA and Canada are currently in the works and will be announced shortly.

Greg Lake 'Songs Of A Lifetime' CD can be purchased at

Check out the following montage of the show:

Monday 25 February 2013

Komnpendium Win Album of the Year At Classic Rock Awards!

Kompendium CD Beneath the Waves won the Album of the Year Award, presented by Bob Harris, At the Classic Rock Society Awards on Saturday night.

Beneath the Waves features a multitude of timeless artists including Steve Hackett, Francis Dunnery (It Bites/Robert Plant), Nick Beggs (Kajagoogoo, Steve Hackett, Steven Wilson), Mel Collins (Rolling Stones, Bad Company, Alan Parsons Project),
Gavin Harrison (Iggy Pop, Dave Stewart)…. vocalists Steve Balsamo, Rhys Meirion (solo tenor) and the list goes on…see full info below.  

prog’s highest talents get together
to create the ultimate concept album
In an era of disposable music and throwaway icons, over two dozens timeless artists joined forces to create a concept album that brings back to life ‘the tradition of War of the Worlds, Dark Side of the Moon and Tubular Bells’.

Born as a personal challenge for celebrated producer/composer Rob Reed (Magenta, ChimpanA) to find the lost spirit of the 70s epic albums, the Kompendium project quickly attracted an array of significant figures and different styles. The result was Beneath the Waves, a record bursting with emotions, intensity and a rare amount of talent.

Beneath the Waves blends Celtic music with Rock and Classical to bring the listener through a unique journey. Lead vocalist Steve Balsamo (Jesus Christ Superstar) gives emphasis to the strong melodies and rich textures, turning back time to the feeling of anticipation as the needle was about to hit the vinyl. ‘An astonishing album of passion and intensity’ according to Classic Rock, ‘if you seek intelligent, uncompromisingly beautiful, wonderfully performed music that delivers a very special aural experience (…) look no further’, says Fireworks magazine; ‘Beneath The Waves will have you diving back in time and time again’, concludes Prog.
Touching ballad Lilly, where an emotional Angharad Brinn on vocals teams up with Steve Hackett’s classic guitar, is only one breathtaking fragment of an album that can be surprising yet incredibly cohesive. 

Watch the video here: 

The star studded line-up includes: 

Steve Hackett (Genesis)-nylon guitar;
Gavin Harrison (Porcupine Tree) - drums;
Nick Beggs (Steve Hackett Band, Kajagoogoo)- stick;
Troy Donockley (Nightwish, Bad Shepherds)Uilleann Pipes, whistles;
Nick Barrett (Pendragon) - guitar,
Neil Taylor (Tears for Fears, Robbie Williams)- guitar;
Jakko Jackzyk (20th Century Skitzoid Band) - guitar;
Francis Dunnery (ex It Bites) - guitar,
John Mitchell (It Bites) - guitar,
Mel Collins (King Crimson, Camel) - sax,
BJ Cole (Elton John, David Gilmour) - Pedal Steel Guitar,
Chris Fry (Magenta) - guitar
Christina Booth (Magenta) - backing vocals
Angharad Bryn – (introducing) vocals, in the role of Lily
Steve Reed (Magenta) – lyrics
Geoff Taylor (War of the Worlds) – artwork

Adding to the epic quality of the album are celebrated vocal ensemble Synergy, The English Chamber Choir conducted by Guy Protheroe, the London Session Orchestra conducted by Dave Stewart (Bruford) plus renowned opera singers Rhys Meirion and Shan Cothi.

A dark fairy-tale of love, death, sea and the afterlife, told by a gifted collective of infinite talent: here comes the album you thought you could only dream of. The wait is over.

Friday 22 February 2013



Award-winning band The Union were last night forced to cut-short their date at London’s Islington Academy after the band’s lead singer, Peter Shoulder, was taken ill onstage and was unable to continue.
Shoulder, who has been suffering with flu over the past week, hoped his condition would improve after a day’s rest. However, four songs into last night’s show the singer completely lost it and was unable to continue.
A statement from The Union reads as follows: 

“Following our curtailed show in London last night due to Peter being taken ill with a heavy bout of flu, we have been regrettably been forced to postpone all remaining dates of our UK tour. Taking into account medical advice, and the fact that we have no wish to put on a Union show that is sub-standard in any way, we have taken the difficult decision to reschedule the shows. We will announce the new dates as soon as possible. We are extremely disappointed as the tour was proving to be our most successful to date but, under the circumstances, we feel we have no choice. Peter and the band would like to thank everybody for the all the messages of support received and we promise to make the rescheduled dates as special as possible.”

All tickets for the postponed tour dates, including the Islington Academy date, will remain valid for the rescheduled dates.

Thursday 21 February 2013

Gerry McAvoy's Band of Friends A Celebration of Rory Gallagher's Music. UK Dates

A celebration of Rory Gallagher’s music

The Band Of Friends is not a tribute to Rory, more of a celebration of his life and music.
Rorys music reached a massive audience from Norway to Spain, from Japan to the USA. Covering all parts of the globe and producing some of the greatest Rock/blues albums of the 60s, 70s and the 80s.

Sadly we lost Rory on Jun 14th 1995, to his devoted fans and followers, this was the ultimate tragedy.

TED played with Rory for 5 years; from 1976 to 1981 and because of this has a great insight into the man and his music. GERRY played on every album Rory ever made. He also wrote a book following his career, which was published in 2005. "Riding Shotgun"

GERRY McAVOY (Bass Guitar) (Deep Joy/Champion Jack Dupree/Rory Gallagher Band/Nine Below Zero)

TED McKENNA (Drums) Best known for his work with The Sensational Alex Harvey Band, drumming legend Ted McKenna started his career aged 16. After a four year apprenticeship playing all over Scotland and the north of England, he joined the rock band Teargas and recorded his first album.

Teargas supported singer Alex Harvey in 1972 and they combined to become The Sensational Alex Harvey Band. After recording 9 albums, the band split in late 77 and Ted continued his drumming career with a series of outstanding musicians; Rory Gallagher, Greg Lake (ELP), Gary Moore, German guitar hero Michael Schenker and Ian Gillan (Deep Purple).

Although primarily known as a rock musician, Ted has also worked with jazz maestro John as also worked with jazz maestro John Etheridge, Juno Award-winning American Canadian blues guitarist Amos Garrett and American soul duo Womack & Womack.
After 15 years lecturing in Applied Arts and Music at North Glasgow College, Ted has returned to drumming full time and is available for tours, sessions, master classes and drumming workshops.

MARCEL SCHERPENZEEL (Guitar/Vocals) grew up with Rorys music and Gerry is quoted as saying "This is the closest guitarist to Rory you will ever hear"
For over twenty years Marcel carried the torch for blues & rock all over the world.
Marcel is also available for sessions,workshops and guitar lessons.
For more info mail to: 

So as you can see this is not a tribute. This is THE BAND.
Confirmed Live Dates Below

Wednesday 6th
Bogiez Rock Bar

Thursday 7th
The Scene Club Swansea
50 Plymouth Street Swansea
SA1 3QQ Wales
Tel: 01792 654226

Friday 8th
Hertford Corn Exchange
39 Fore Street
SG14 1AL

Saturday 9th
The Citadel St Helens
Waterloo Street
St Helens
WA10 1PX

Thursday 14th
Nottingham University Nottingham

Friday 15th
The Flowerpot Derby
25, King Street

Saturday 16th
Ripley Town Hall Ripley
Ripley, Harrogate
North Yorkshire HG3 3AX

Thursday 4th
The Komedia Brighton
Doors open 7.30
Gardner Street 44-47, Brighton
East Sussex BN1 1UN

Friday 5th
The Musican Leicester
Clyde Street Leicester LE1 2DE
Doors open at 8pm
tel: 0116 2510080

Saturday 6th
The Fleece Bristol
12 St Thomas St, Bristol, BS1 6JJ
Box Office: 0117 929 9008

Thursday 2nd
Citrus club,Edinburgh
40-42 Grindlay St. EH39AP

Friday 3rd
The Lemon Tree,Aberdeen
5 West North Street,AB24 5AT

Saturday 18th
24 Castle Street Dundee