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  posted on 7/19/2016 at 12:32 PM
Anyone going to warrens show in Edinburgh can join our pre show at the cask and barrel in west Preston street. Love the album and really looking forward to it

 

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  posted on 7/19/2016 at 02:45 PM
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Mars, the Bringer of War
(Gustav Holst cover)



Er....what?!

Difficult to imagine.

 

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  posted on 7/19/2016 at 02:47 PM
Enjoy the show, Alan.

Nice to have one in your ain midden!


 

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  posted on 7/19/2016 at 04:04 PM
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Mars, the Bringer of War
(Gustav Holst cover)



Er....what?!

Difficult to imagine.



Yep, it was a lenghty "tease" that preceeded "Ohio" (CSN&Y) and also concluded that song. Actually before that segment was played they already teased CSN&Y. Here's a youtube clip of "Mars, the Bringer of War". The part that was played by WH and the A&D Band starts around the 04:20 minute mark. It was mainly the heavy sound of the standing bass played with a bow and the heavy / bombastic drum pattern played by Jeff Sipe.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L0bcRCCg01I

 

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  posted on 7/20/2016 at 09:29 AM
Enjoy the show, Alan.

Nice to have one in your ain midden!

Thanks Gordon










 

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  posted on 7/20/2016 at 07:39 PM
Great show by WH at The Stables, Milton Keynes. Much stronger than the set in London at the end of last year, I thought. Just over three hours with no interval.

One More Cup Of Coffee from Dylan's Desire album was a nice surprise; obvious really, if you think of Scarlett Rivera's violin parts.

Brief appearance by Bernie Marsden (who else?) in the encore.

Really liked the venue (aside from the catering and bar arrangements!). Easy one-hour drive home too, capped off by the ABB's Midnight Blues shuffling on to my ipod at 00.03

Unfortunately, I was sitting next to the only two "talkers" in the room. I think they were on their first date! I overheard before the start that her previous concert-going experience was Take That in Hyde Park (in hindsight, I should have moved seats at that point).

After a few lagers and deciding that the music was quite good after all, much whooping at inappropriate times followed. They recognised Jessica but couldn't place it so the phones came out to Shazam it. Unfortunately for them, the band were into a jam by that point and Shazam was useless!

Good to see Martyn, Mel and Darren again. Enjoy Holmfirth!






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  posted on 7/21/2016 at 02:16 AM
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Great show by WH at The Stables, Milton Keynes. Much stronger than the set in London at the end of last year, I thought. Just over three hours with no interval.

One More Cup Of Coffee from Dylan's Desire album was a nice surprise; obvious really, if you think of Scarlett Rivera's violin parts.

Brief appearance by Bernie Marsden (who else?) in the encore.

Really liked the venue (aside from the catering and bar arrangements!). Easy one-hour drive home too, capped off by the ABB's Midnight Blues shuffling on to my ipod at 00.03

Unfortunately, I was sitting next to the only two "talkers" in the room. I think they were on their first date! I overheard before the start that her previous concert-going experience was Take That in Hyde Park (in hindsight, I should have moved seats at that point).

After a few lagers and deciding that the music was quite good after all, much whooping at inappropriate times followed. They recognised Jessica but couldn't place it so the phones came out to Shazam it. Unfortunately for them, the band were into a jam by that point and Shazam was useless!

Good to see Martyn, Mel and Darren again. Enjoy Holmfirth!

Well put Just a great show Glad you got home OK and I think Holmfirth is going to warm if this weather keeps up






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  posted on 7/21/2016 at 06:16 PM
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Great show by WH at The Stables, Milton Keynes. Much stronger than the set in London at the end of last year, I thought. Just over three hours with no interval.

One More Cup Of Coffee from Dylan's Desire album was a nice surprise; obvious really, if you think of Scarlett Rivera's violin parts.

Brief appearance by Bernie Marsden (who else?) in the encore.

Really liked the venue (aside from the catering and bar arrangements!). Easy one-hour drive home too, capped off by the ABB's Midnight Blues shuffling on to my ipod at 00.03

Unfortunately, I was sitting next to the only two "talkers" in the room. I think they were on their first date! I overheard before the start that her previous concert-going experience was Take That in Hyde Park (in hindsight, I should have moved seats at that point).

After a few lagers and deciding that the music was quite good after all, much whooping at inappropriate times followed. They recognised Jessica but couldn't place it so the phones came out to Shazam it. Unfortunately for them, the band were into a jam by that point and Shazam was useless!

Good to see Martyn, Mel and Darren again. Enjoy Holmfirth!


Glad you all enjoyed a great show ... if only Warren had played somewhere like Cambridge rather than MK then I could have joined you ... it is actually easier for me to get to London than MK ... ah well ... hope to see you all again sometime this year ... maybe Gregg will do London in support of his new album ???

 

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  posted on 7/21/2016 at 06:30 PM
One of our gang can't go to the Edinburgh show tomorrow because of medical issues. Anyone need a face value ticket in the cabaret area

 

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  posted on 7/22/2016 at 11:29 AM
Glad the Milton Keynes show went down well with those that attended, myself and a close friend are off to Holmfirth Picturedrome for tomorrows show. Hopefully catch up with Darren, Martyn and Mel.
Mel, did you get my text?

 

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  posted on 7/24/2016 at 03:18 AM
Devon Allman Band

08/31/16 Borderline London UK
09/03/16 Hell, Norway Norway Blues Festival Norway
09/06/16 Beaverwood Club, Chislehurst UK
09/09/16 Oslo Buckleys Norway
09/10/16 Oslo Buckleys Norway
09/16/16 Berlin Quasimodo Germany
09/17/16 Lindewerra Gemeindesaal Germany
09/18/16 Hamburg Downtown Blues Club Germany
09/20/16 Dortmund Musiktheater Piano Germany
09/21/16 Nurnberg Hirsch Germany
09/22/16 Bensheim Musiktheater Rex Germany
09/23/16 Winterbach Strandbar 51 Germany
09/24/16 Zurich Live!NCham Switzerland
09/26/16 Bonn Harmonie Bonn Germany


Updated to show a date in Chislehurst in the middle of the Norwegian leg.

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  posted on 7/24/2016 at 03:24 AM
Mike Zito & The Wheel are at the Boom Boom Club, Sutton on Tue 27 September.

Expect there will be other UK dates.




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  posted on 7/24/2016 at 06:26 AM
Enjoyed Warrens show last night in Holmfirth. Met up with Martyn and Mel outside the pub (where else) next door to the venue, briefly met Darren in the queue. 2 hours 30 last night, shorter than usual due to the curfew. Overall a really good show with some great material, especially enjoyed the Macs Gold Dust Woman and the Jessica encore. The whole band was really tight and on form. So, hopefully we might all meet up later in the year for TTB or Gregg Allman. Fingers crossed.

 

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  posted on 7/27/2016 at 02:45 PM
Latest additions to Bluesfest - Maxwell and Mary J Bilge*.

Absolute WTF?!

* Inadvertent typo....


 

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  posted on 8/27/2016 at 06:51 AM
A while ago, someone gave me a Music Listography - somewhere to respond to a list of music topics. You know the kind of thing - "The Saddest Songs In The World", "Advice That You Follow From Lyrics"....it's American, of course!

I didn't bother with it for a long time but recently I went to work on the "Places You've Seen Live Music" page. I found that the page wasn't nearly big enough before long!

I've tried to confine it to dedicated music venues and not pubs and bars which have live music occasionally, although some are borderline (no pun intended!). And also to keep it indoors so no festivals or, in my case, the Tower of London moat.

There's probably places I've forgotten - maybe even whole towns, cities and countries - but it was fun to do if you want to join in.


New York - Beacon Theatre, Madison Square Garden, Irving Plaza, Tramps, BB King's

Paris - Theatre Mogador, Theatre Le Palace, Pavillon Baltard, Pavillon de Paris, Theatre des Champs Elysees

San Francisco - Lou's Pier 47

Glasgow - Green's Playhouse/ Apollo, Kelvin Hall, Electric Garden, Clouds

East Kilbride - Olympia

Brighton - Dome

Manchester - MEN Arena

Edinburgh - Usher Hall, Students' Union

Durham - Students' Union

Newcastle - City Hall

Torquay - Town Hall

Reading - Hexagon Theatre

Basingstoke - Anvil

Milton Keynes - Stables

Chislehurst - Beaverwood Club

Twickenham - Cabbage Patch (Eel Pie Club/ TwickFolk Club)

Thames Ditton - Ram Folk Club

Kew - Boathouse

London (deep breath!) - Hammersmith Odeon, Shepherd's Bush Empire, 100 Club, Marquee, Borderline, IndigO2, Mean Fiddler, The Forum, Brooklyn Bowl, Royal Albert Hall, Union Chapel, Academy Islington, Royal Festival Hall, Queen Elizabeth Hall, Purcell Room, Cadogan Hall, King's Place, Leicester Square Theatre, Rainbow Theatre, Under The Bridge, Bush Hall, Astoria, LSO St Luke's, Barbican, St Giles' Cripplegate, St John's Smith Square, Alley Cat, Ain't Nothin' But The Blues, Charlotte Street Blues Bar, Half Moon Putney, Bull's Head Barnes, Troubadour, Theatre Royal Drury Lane, Electric Ballroom, The Garage, Spitz, Cecil Sharp House, Green Note....

I keep thinking of more! I need to go to Ronnie Scott's some time.

I'm quite proud that I've never been to Wembley Arena or the O2 and I hope to keep it that way!




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  posted on 8/28/2016 at 08:47 AM
Cracking idea Gordon. Ok, I'm in. So no stadiums then? and I'll keep mine to venues I attended as a punter.

Glasgow - Apollo, Mayfair, Broadcast

Edinburgh - Playhouse, Odeon, Electric Circus

Newcastle - City Hall, Mayfair Ballroom, Riverside, Cluny, Dingwalls, Broken Doll, Trillians

s*nderland - Empire, Mayfair

Middlesborough - Town Hall

Redcar - Coatham Bowl

York - University, Duchess Of York

Holmfirth- Picturedrome

Bradford - University

Leeds - Uni Refectory, First Direct Arena, Duchess Of York

Manchester - Apollo, M.E.N. Academy, Ruby Lounge

Liverpool - Empire

Sheffield - City Hall

Derby - Assembly Rooms

Nottingham - Rock City

Retford - Porterhouse

Birmingham - Odeon, NEC

Norwich - UEA

Cambridge - Corn Exchange

London - Hammy O, Roundhouse, Forum/T&C Astoria, Mean Fiddler, Electric Ballroom, Brixton Academy, Underworld, Ally Pally, Albert Hall, The Marquee, Ahhh The Marquee, and the New Marquee...and the new, new...failed Marquee!! Hare and Hounds Islington!!! Thing is, I moved to London in 1987 purely so I could go and see bands 5 nights a week....unless there was something interesting turned up on a Monday or a Tuesday

Bringing a few memories back! more later when some recall hopefully kicks in and I've not even heard of some of those London venues Gordon, despite living there for 24 years.

Sydney - Enmore Theatre, Annandale Hotel, Manley Boatshed

Wollongong- Entertainment Center

Adelaide - Bridgewater Hotel

New York- Beacon Theatre, Cat Club

Buffalo - Seneca Skyrooms......ok I'm reaching now..

Chicago- Metro

Manchester NH. Poison, in some car park....really reaching...

Columbus OH - Newport Music Hall

Fort Lauderdale FL- Sunrise Music Theatre. 1981 Blackfoot, Danny Joe Brown Band, Savoy Brown. First gig i saw in the U.S.













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  posted on 8/28/2016 at 11:34 AM
Good stuff, Keith. You get around!

I thought you would have had a lot of US venues.

Anyone going to see Devon Allman at the Borderline this week?

Martyn - are you and Mel still going to the Boomfest tomorrow? Or did I read on Facebook that Mel is going into hospital this week?

Best wishes to him.






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Good stuff, Keith. You get around!

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My early 20s seemed to be mostly spent piling into a Transit van and heading off to see some gig or festival....Usually Rory Gallagher.

 

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  posted on 8/31/2016 at 08:29 AM
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Manchester NH. Poison, in some car park....really reaching...




Reaching? Or retching....?!


 

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Manchester NH. Poison, in some car park....really reaching...




Reaching? Or retching....?!




Until I had the misfortune to catch Bernie Torme in some pub i can't remember the name of on The Holloway Rd a few years ago, That Poison gig was comfortably the worst show I'd ever seen!

 

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  posted on 9/8/2016 at 06:25 AM
OK, Gordon - that was a pleasing exercise (bored at work yesterday!). Did have to refer to my ticket stubs last night before posting today, which gave me another 25 venues.

I've included any gigs that I've pre-paid for, so that does include pub-type venues as well as classical venues, but not ballet or musicals. No stadiums or festivals. Over 100 venues in 24 towns or cities.

Glasgow:
Green’s Playhouse/Apollo
Clouds
Barrowlands
Kelvin Hall
Pavilion
King’s Theatre
Tiffany’s
The Garage
Mayfair
King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut
City Hall
Theatre Royal
Renfrew Ferry
The Plaza
SECC

Bristol:
Colston Hall
Academy
St Georges Bristol
The Lantern
The Fleece
Thekla
Louisiana
St Bonaventures Social Club
Anson Rooms/Bristol Uni
Victoria Rooms
Bierkeller
Stop The Bus
Hippodrome
Spiegletent
Bristol Cathedral

London:
Shepherd’s Bush Empire
Mean Fiddler
Borderline
Clapham Grand
O2 Arena
IndigO2
Wembley Arena
Earls Court
Brooklyn Bowl
The Orangey
Islington Academy
Under The Bridge
Bush Hall
Hammersmith Odeon/Apollo
The Forum/Town & Country Club
Leicester Square Theatre
Royal Festival hall
Queen Elizabeth Hall
Royal Albert Hall
Astoria
Barbican
Hope & Anchor
Nashville Rooms
Roundhouse
Sadlers Wells Theatre
Jazz Café
London Palladium
Commonwealth Institute
Coliseum
Theatre Royal, Drury Lane
Koko
Brixton Academy

Birmingham:
National Exhibition Centre
Barcaycard Arena
Academy
Symphony Hall

Cardiff:
Motorpoint Arena
St David’s Hall
Glee Club
Buffalo Bar
New Theatre

Edinburgh:
Usher Hall
Playhouse

Bath:
Chapel Arts Centre
Pavilion
Spiegletent
Forum

Swindon:
Arts Centre
12 Bar
Victoria Bar

Manchester: Apollo

Oxford:
Academy
Playhouse

Ayr: Pavilion

Lerwick, Shetland: Clickimin Centre

Liverpool: Philharmonic Hall

Poole: Mr Kyps

Bournemouth: Academy

Newport:
NCLA
Newport Centre

Chippenham:
Causeway Arts Centre
Neeld Hall

Cheltenham: Town Hall

Newbury: New Greenham Arts centre

Devizes:
Town Hall
Corn Exchange
Long Street Blues Club

Paris: Le Palais des Congres

Toronto: Molson Amphitheatre

Montreal: Place des Arts

New York:
Beacon Theater
B.B. King’s
Tramps

 

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  posted on 9/8/2016 at 11:20 AM
Quite a list, Jim!

Have you not been to the Cheese and Grain in Frome?


 

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Have you not been to the Cheese and Grain in Frome?


No, not yet - did try to get a Bonamassa ticket around the time of Sloe Gin, but was too late. May go and see King King there in November if it doesn't clash with anything else. The wife saw the Bay City Rollers there earlier this year!!

 

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I bet that was a load of sh....angalang!




 

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  posted on 9/24/2016 at 03:40 AM
TTB Mainland Europe dates

Mar 17 - TonHalle Munchen
Mar 18 - Kongresshaus Zurich
Mar 19 - Alcatraz, Milano
Mar 22 - E-Werk, Köln
Mar 24 - Tempodrom, Berlin
Mar 25 - Bluesdays, Nürnberg
Mar 26 - Tollhaus, Karlsruhe
Mar 30 - Cirque Royal, Brussels
Mar 31 - Heineken Music Hall, Amsterdam
Apr 3 - Batschkapp, Frankfurt
Apr 4 - Stadthalle, Tuttlingen
Apr 5 - Longhorn oder Theaterhaus, Stuttgart
Apr 7 - Amager Bio, Copenhagen
Apr 8 - Værket, Randers


 
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