In 5 years The Police had gone from broke musicians to kings of the world. All they needed now was another hit album. If only they were talking to each other…
Some of the greatest songs of the Sixties and Seventies were played by the Wrecking Crew. You’ll know the songs, but not the band – until now.
Before the Eagles’ iconic album ‘Hotel California’ came ‘One of These Nights,’ a record that solidified the band’s signature sound showcasing musical direction.
From Hello to Goodbye! My experience of touring the Beatles Story in Liverpool’s Albert Dock. Expect replicas, Blue meanies, Sgt Pepper and maybe a few tears.
Abbey Road has always been my favourite Beatles album. Released…
Inhaler’s electric performance at Nick Raynes LCR had the place rocking from the opening chord to the last beat. This is band on form and going places!
I recently had the pleasure of reading John Illsley’s memoir, ‘My Life in Dire Straits,’ and was captivated by his personal account of the band’s rise to fame. Illsley’s candid and introspective writing style makes for a compelling read, offering a glimpse into the life of a rock star and the journey that led to Dire Straits’ legendary success
U2’s ‘The Unforgettable Fire’ is a landmark album that marked a turning point in the band’s career. With its atmospheric soundscapes, innovative production, and socially conscious lyrics, the album showcased U2’s willingness to experiment and take risks, and set the stage for their future success.
U2’s ‘Rattle and Hum’ is a powerful and ambitious album that captures the band at the height of their creative powers. With its mix of live performances, studio recordings, and collaborations, the album is a testament to U2’s versatility and their ability to push the boundaries of rock music.
There is nothing like a concert. I’ve had the privilege of experiencing some of the most unforgettable moments in music history. From small, intimate shows to massive arena tours, each concert has its own unique energy and magic that lives on in my memory.