Overall, a brilliant night
One thing’s for certain, The High Points truly are the funkiest boys in town.
The band treated fans to a 2 hour set, in which they packed in all the classics.....
A blockbuster of a ballroom blitz!
An incredible night of nostalgic throwbacks and new music. I encountered amazing energy and charisma from Scouting for Girls and have grown even more respect for them....always remember we should look forward to a new era of music from SFG.
Pavlis isn’t digging it but the final five songs make it all make sense.
Another fine night from the glorious old warhorses of British Punk Rock ‘n’ Roll.
The chance to hear the swirling, sonic extravagances of two of the finest practitioners of spaced out, trance infused rhythms on the same night felt almost greedy, like breaking into a second box of chocolates when the first had already given you a sugar rush.
I wasn’t sure what to expect this evening, I am a big fan of the Foo Fighters but personally I have never been interested in any tribute bands, why pay money to see someone try and be someone else, but I was keen to be proven wrong. UK Foo Fighters did not disappoint!!
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In sharp contrast to Otway's puppy like enthusiasm, Wild Willy Barrett mordant disinterest in Otway's buffoonery fails to disguise an obvious mutual affection. No one would seriously argue that Otway has been gifted with the finest singing voice, but he is a proper songwriter when he wants to be.
This was one of only five outings for this world class collaboration, and I’m still scratching my head how we got on the short list. Whatever the reason, hats off to whoever at the Theatre Royal bagged with one.
This evening was the perfect mixture of old classics and dance floor fillers, bringing you the very best of nostalgia, this is certainly a gig I won’t forget in a hurry!
I feel The Hunna are a band I could see again and again and never get bored, they brought so much life and fun to Norwich and don’t take anything they do for granted- they are top role models for new artists in the industry.
The night was absolutely euphoric ........ it was so fantastically fun and professional
On another eventful day in UK politics, The Undertones deliver just the escape our Pavlis needs.
Andy Powell tipped us off from the outset that we were in for the long haul, and so it proved with a mammoth two hour set that included their seminal album Argus played in full. He must have had the mathematicians in the audience scratching their heads at the youthful vigour of a man already grown up when it was released fifty years ago.
As soon as I got my wristband at the door of LPS and entered the building, the buzz of excitement for Kitty Perrin’s gig hit me like a crashing wave.