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Eddie and the Hot Rods thought their time was up when original singer Barrie Masters sadly died in 2019, but fortunately the remaining members were encouraged to keep the legacy alive. It's been a16 year wait for a new Hot Rods studio album - and Guardians of the Legacy is well worth it! Living up to their 1977 smash hit Do Anything You Wanna Do, it's great to see the band Continue Reading
The now 65 year old synth pioneer Gary Numan is still full of energy, contorting his body to his music - living proof that music keeps you young! Interestingly he played a lot of guitar during this show, which was very much one for the fans. The band were very tight - they seemed to be almost telepathically connected to one another. Overall, an excellent tribute to Numan's Continue Reading
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Richard Strange and TV Smith are about to release their set of demos from 1978 on CD for the first time. After lying in the vaults unheard for years, these songs first came out on vinyl for Record Store Day in 2021 and immediately sold out. Now you can finally hear them on CD - and even better than that, inspired by discovering those songs again, Richard and Tim decide to Continue Reading