Author: John W. King

Wayne Hussey – Coming to Liverpool Philharmonic Music Room

Bristol born & bred, and passionate Liverpool FC supporter, Wayne Hussey is taking a break from his day job as leader of the British rock band, The Mission, to go out and play a double fistful of solo shows. The Mission had considerable global success in the late 80′s and early 90′s, enjoying album sales in excess of four million worldwide. They forged a reputation that still stands today as one of the best ‘live’ bands in the world, thanks in no small part to the charisma & energy that Hussey exudes & exerts on stage. Alongside his activities...

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The Damned – Top 10 Album and UK Tour (inc. Liverpool)

THE DAMNED ACHIEVE THEIR FIRST TOP TEN ALBUM!  UK TOUR ANNOUNCED FOR NOVEMBER INCLUDING LONDON O2 SHEPHERD’S BUSH EMPIRE ON THE 23RD NEW ALBUM ‘EVIL SPIRITS’ – OUT NOW ON SEARCH AND DESTROY/SPINEFARM RECORDS  “Dave Vanian sounds as though he relishes every word he sings and Captain Sensible plays out of his skin.” 5/5 The Express  “The Damned have become, if possible, more eccentric and outrageous as they grow older.” The Independent “The results are terrific.” 4/5 Mojo  “Stands up with the very best of the band’s back catalogue.” Classic Rock This week The Damned are currently occupying the...

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Long Division 2018 (Membranes, Cud, Lovely Eggs, Evil Blizzard, Billy Bragg, Charlotte Hatherley, Fizzy Blood, Marnie) – Preview

Long Division is a city-centre festival in Wakefield, sporting an impressive musical lineup in addition to spoken word, exhibitions, family activities and more. Although there are events happening on the Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday, the bulk of music activity happens on the Saturday. At only £25 for a Saturday ticket, it represents excellent value for money, and provides a superb opportunity to discover what Wakefield has to offer.  Book into a budget hotel for the night and you can have a great weekend away listening to great bands without breaking the bank or camping. There are more than...

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Shalamar – Bank Holiday Soul Legends Anniversary at the Philharmonic

Celebrating 35th anniversary of the multi-million selling “Friends” album,USA Soul legends Shalamar featuring Howard Hewett,Jeffrey Daniel and Carolyn Griffey are coming back to perform at their favourite Liverpool venue – The Philharmonic Concert Hall on Bank Holiday Monday 7th May and they’re bringing one of the UK’s rising Soul female Soul singers Natasha Watts along as their opening act! ‘We’ve had 2 of our best uk shows ever at the Philharmonic Hall’ said Jeffrey Daniel, ‘ The crowd the venue attracts seem to be up for dancing and partying from the moment we hit the stage, we’re really looking...

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