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Re: What's in Your Gig Diary - 2019
« Reply #60 on: February 06, 2019, 14:19:35 PM »
Doh, sorry, mate...I should have texted you....going with Mark. Hopefully we can meet for a beer first...
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Re: What's in Your Gig Diary - 2019
« Reply #61 on: February 07, 2019, 08:22:01 AM »
Doh, sorry, mate...I should have texted you....going with Mark. Hopefully we can meet for a beer first...


Not a problem - am sure we will  8)

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Re: What's in Your Gig Diary - 2019
« Reply #62 on: February 13, 2019, 08:42:58 AM »
Looks like Simo date may have been postponed until October due to a "family emergency" - not got any real details on this as yet...... :-\

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Re: What's in Your Gig Diary - 2019
« Reply #63 on: February 13, 2019, 09:05:25 AM »
Looks like Simo date may have been postponed until October due to a "family emergency" - not got any real details on this as yet...... :-\
OK, cheers, mate...
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Re: What's in Your Gig Diary - 2019
« Reply #64 on: February 17, 2019, 10:09:57 AM »
23rd/24th Feb Steve Rothery Band, The Junction Cambridge
21st March Overkill, Destruction, Flotsam & Jetsam, Academy Islington
20th June Metallica, Twickenham Stadium
29th Saturday Gorija O2 Academy Birmingham
19th November Marillion RAH London
27th November Sacred Reich, Underworld, London
12th December Devin Townsend, Roundhouse London
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Re: What's in Your Gig Diary - 2019
« Reply #65 on: February 18, 2019, 02:06:54 AM »

2nd Feb - Rival Sons, Academy Manchester
5th Feb - Hoobastank/Buckcherry, Ritz Manchester
17th Feb - Enuff Z'Nuff, Tivoli Buckley
1st Mar - Temperance Movement/Blue Oyster Cult, Academy Manchester
2nd Mar - Blackheart Orchestra, 81 Renshaw Liverpool
16th Mar - UFO, Ritz Manchester
23rd Mar - Pineapple Thief, Ritz Manchester
20th May - Alice in Chains, Olympia Dublin
24th May - Alice in Chains, Barclaycard Arena Birmingham
6th Jul - Rammstein, Stadium MK Milton Keynes
19th Jul - Anathema, Grand Central Liverpool
2nd Nov - Heaven 17/Squeeze, Philharmonic Liverpool
11th Nov - Steve Hackett, Philharmonic Liverpool
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Re: What's in Your Gig Diary - 2019
« Reply #66 on: February 18, 2019, 12:17:33 PM »
Massive Attack - Manchester Arena - 29th January 2019 6/10
Rival Sons - Northumbria University - 31st January 2019 9/10
Ozzy Osbourne / Judas Priest - Newcastle Arena - 5th February 2019 Postponed
Thunder / Dan Reed - Gateshead Sage - 6th February 2019 Both 8/10
The Lemon Twigs - Newcastle Riverside - 23rd February 2019 7/10
KT Tunstall - Gateshead Sage - 11th March 2019
Roy Harper - Gateshead Sage - 20th March 2019

Ryan Adams - Newcastle Academy - 5th April 2019

Nicole Atkins - Newcastle Cluny 2 - 7th April 2019
Suede - Newcastle Academy - 15th April 2019

Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds / Gaz Coombes - Edinburgh Playhouse - 7th May 2019
Kamasi Washington - Gateshead Sage - 21st May 2019
Conversations with Nick Cave - Gateshead Sage - 23rd June  2019
Kiss - Newcastle Arena - July 14th 2019

Living Colour - Newcastle Riverside - 24th July 2019
Foo Fighters - Somewhere in Glasgow - 17th August 2019
Ben Elton - Tyne Theatre - 11th October 2019
Eddie Izzard - Newcastle City Hall - 16th October 2019

Squeeze - Gateshead Sage - 19th October 2019
Greta Van Fleet - Newcastle Academy - 7th November 2019
Marillion - Gateshead Sage - 13th November 2019
The Bootleg Beatles & Liverpool Philharmonic - Gateshead Sage - 6th May 2020
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Re: What's in Your Gig Diary - 2019
« Reply #67 on: February 21, 2019, 08:12:21 AM »
2 more added - quite different - noticed John Paul Jones was playing the 100 Club in London with Thurston Moore - the chance to see JPJ in such a small venue was too much to pass up.
Not sure what they will be playing but with Thurston Moore anything is possible - maybe a couple of Crooked Vultures tracks would suit the style??

Then in November Old School Thrashers Sacred Reich return to promote their first new album in years and are playing The Underworld in Camden

The Simo gig is still advertised on the 100 Club site for April 9th despite social media posts saying that the second half of his European Tour was cancelled??? - confused.com......



Jan 21st - Keylock Rock n Roll Travelling Circus - The Camden Assembly
Jan 28th - Boss Keloid/Desert Storm - Black Heart Camden
Jan 29th - Monster Magnet - Electric Brixton
Feb 6th - Rival Sons - Roundhouse Camden
Feb 20th - Slash - Hammy O
Feb 22nd - Kris Barras Band - The Harlington - Fleet
March 21st - Overkill / Flotsam & Jetsam - Islington Academy
March 28th - John Paul Jones/Thurston Moore/Steve Noble - 100 Club
April 9th - JD Simo - 100 Club Oxford Street London
April 26th - Hall & Oates - Wembley Arena
May 2nd - Terrorvision - Islington Assembly Halls
June 20th - Metallica - Twickenham
June 23rd - The Eagles - Wembley Stadium
June 29th - Lynyrd Skynyrd & Quo ( Well Rossi ) - Wembley Arena - goodbye again again again  :D
July 12th - ZZ Top supported by Jimmy Barnes - Wembley Arena
July 27th - Icon Festival - Walton-On-Thames - local thing featuring tribute acts inc. Eagles; AC/DC; Queen; Thin Lizzy; David Bowie and errr Michael Jackson ( beer tent time! ).
Nov 27th - Sacred Reich - The Underworld Camden
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Re: What's in Your Gig Diary - 2019
« Reply #68 on: February 28, 2019, 15:53:23 PM »
Rival Sons & The Sheepdogs....

The Sheepdogs brought their "rock" set and were better for it than last time out. Crowd seemed to love it and rightly so,

Rival Sons played the whole of the new album. It was good, but I found my concentration drifting a couple of times throughout the set. Great playing and the singer gets better and better. Less "fecking about"

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Re: What's in Your Gig Diary - 2019
« Reply #69 on: February 28, 2019, 16:04:35 PM »
The Temperance Movement & Blue Oyster Cult.

Met with Ron & Terr beforehand, so good to catch up and get over the 3hour + journey to Brum.

Temperance Movement brought their "rock set" and had the crowd bouncing before BOC

BOC could have played anything for me and I would still have loved it. A couple of deeper cuts and plenty of crowd pleasers made the list pretty good. I looked at the previous lists this AM and saw that they'd played "Flaming Telepaths" a couple of times on tour. I may have wet my pants if they'd rolled that out last night. I had to make do with a fantastic "Last Days of May" instead.

This may be one of the last opportunities I get to see them live. Buck can still play, but he's getting slower as the years catch up with him. I thought I saw a limp as he left the stage which reminded me of a dodgy hip. Eric Bloom spent more time behind the keyboards than out front and Buck took many of the vocals. The rest of the band are terrific, especially Danny Miranda on bass. His chord work was a real highlight throughout and made up for some of the "vagueries" of the lead protagonists. Bloom played some fantastic (subtle) extra notes during the solo to "Reaper" to make up for some stuyf that Buck couldn't fit in....

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Re: What's in Your Gig Diary - 2019
« Reply #70 on: February 28, 2019, 16:33:37 PM »
Pretty disappointing to have missed them due to the dreaded ‘gig clash’ last Saturday...
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Re: What's in Your Gig Diary - 2019
« Reply #71 on: March 05, 2019, 17:08:42 PM »
Looks like Simo date may have been postponed until October due to a "family emergency" - not got any real details on this as yet...... :-\


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Re: What's in Your Gig Diary - 2019
« Reply #72 on: March 06, 2019, 20:02:36 PM »
The Temperance Movement & Blue Oyster Cult.

BOC could have played anything for me and I would still have loved it. A couple of deeper cuts and plenty of crowd pleasers made the list pretty good.
This may be one of the last opportunities I get to see them live.



Glad you enjoyed it Bez - I remember thinking the same when I went to HRH in Pwllheli nearly 5 years ago (seen them 3 times since including the KT Forum show I bumped into you at 😎)


8 UK gigs in 9 days is some going for a couple of chaps well into their 70's - On Tour Forever, indeed!


Pleased they played the Vigil and Black Blade at Manchester, plus I Love the Night in the encores (first time I've heard them play that gem live 👍).


Still never seen them play Joan Crawford - so they better come back one more time 😉





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Re: What's in Your Gig Diary - 2019
« Reply #73 on: March 07, 2019, 14:24:57 PM »
Bernie Marsden

Top playing form Bernie and the band and Bernie's voice is also in fine fettle. A few too many Whitesnake songs for me (9 if you include ANLITHOTC). A genuinely nice man who obviously loves what he does (doing the merch stand himself)

Added bonus of seeing Bisto & Beardy

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Re: What's in Your Gig Diary - 2019
« Reply #74 on: March 14, 2019, 14:16:54 PM »
Thank ABBA For The Music

An ABBA tribute band at the Aylesbury Waterside Theatre (part of my mum's Christmas pressie). Sooooo much better than its sounds, joyful in fact.

The songs are great, the girl singers were excellent and the audience were as up for it as any audience I've seen for a long time.

I checked afterwards, ABBA released over 70 singles throughout their career

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