The gig solidified them as underrated British musical icons that deserve to be upheld for years to come.
...the concert commences, immediately filling tha vast hall space with the spine-tinglingly soulful vocals that have come to define Giddens' live performances.
Maybe a bit punk-rock cabaret for the purists but damned good fun nevertheless.
It may be a new chapter in Quireboys history but by the gods they still rock.
If the Aussies ( Hockey Dad) do decide to return to Norwich in the future, I couldn’t recommend them highly enough for a hugely enjoyable night.
...the band were really polished, they gelled together very well to create a tight performance-proving their professionalism and obvious experience
I left the LCR feeling lifted and so empowered. I am so glad that Maisie Peters exists for those of us navigating life and love in our twenties, but also anyone else that could be impacted by her artistry.
It's an astonishing sixty years since vocalist Colin Blunstone and keyboardist Rod Argent first set up shop, and on the evidence of their performance at Epic they are still fighting fit. Rod Argent's keyboard skills were as nimble as ever, while Blunstone's fine voice was impeccable all night. For men in their late seventies, the combination was little short of astonishing.
All in all, London Calling proved to be an excellent tribute to a totally legendary band, doing a great job at keeping The Clash’s music alive and kicking.
Devoting a great chunk of your set, especially for a band that has such a powerful back catalogue, to so many songs off of the new album, as yet unreleased, might be thought brave to the point of foolhardiness, but hats off to them for having the confidence and commitment do to so.
His Lordship commanding the stage from the outset and didn't let go, barely stopping for breath in between songs. Their set was over and done with in less than an hour, but was packed so full that I don’t think anyone felt short changed. They may have felt like a lie down and a rest, perhaps, not short changed.
Another great night at Epic – once again the sound and lights were spot on, and the staff are always so friendly. Let's hope that Rick Lennox and the team can continue to attract further contemporary and trending music acts like these.
Everyone is going home with big wide smiles on their faces. It’s been great to have him back here on what has been a very magical evening.
Mimi performed an amazing show, hearing her vocals live did not disappoint and confirmed how genuinely talented she is as a singer and performer.
Well worth venturing out to Anglia Square on a wet and uninviting night.
Other Half, Short Fictions and Feasts take things to another level. Pavlis is blown away.
What a great night- a refreshing rendition of reggae music, self-described as ‘music with a message'..
Epic psych-prog from one of the originators.
..it’s March so it must be time to see Stiff Little Fingers in Norwich!
This came to a wondrous climax with an ensemble rendition of hit “Believe” bringing the theatre to its’ feet.
A great intro to a new night of up-and-coming musical artists.
The show was utterly amazing from the moment that they entered the stage to the second that they departed. Wow! That was one hell of a gig boys.
I would certainly recommend seeing Heather live in concert- even if classical piano isn’t necessarily your jam
A great night of challenging, inventive electronic music. Here’s hoping Synth East 2023 wasn’t a one-off and it will be back next year.
On the whole a great night, I would definitely recommend. Even if you don’t know his music I can guarantee you will be laughing by the end of the first song!