Thymeless Tings by Gale McAll

thymeless tings

Gale McAll, a photographer who blends her photography with art, captured an evening of some of the best local music. Thymeless Tings offered a perfect setting as Gypsy restaurant / music venue. [Read more…]

The Who for LG Arena

The WHO

The WHO

Legendary Band The Who To Rock The LG Arena

What: The Who – Quadrophenia and more
When: Friday 28 June 2013
Where: LG Arena

Price: Tickets go on sale at 9am Friday 1 February 2013, priced at £60.00, £65.00 and £70.00 (plus booking & transaction fees) [Read more…]

Girls Aloud To Bring Something New

Girls Aloud To Bring Something New

Girls Aloud To Bring Something New

The girls are back in town…! After months of speculation the UK’s number one girl band have announced their return and the LG Arena will welcome Cheryl, Kimberley, Nadine, Nicola and Sarah next year as part of Girls Aloud’s arena tour. [Read more…]

Steve Miller Band, Albums Reissued

Steve Miller Band

Steve Miller Band

Edsel Records is proud to announce its reissue programme of the legendary first five albums by the Steve Miller Band, originally released between 1968 and 1970, issued in Special Digipak Editions. The albums will be released on Monday 8th October 2012. [Read more…]

The Red Blooded Years

New Rhythm Records Release – March 2011.

aKing

aKing

With The Red Blooded Years, aKING returns to the SA music scene with an album that is fresh and infused with new energy. The Red Blooded Years, recorded at Bellville Studios and produced by acclaimed music producer Theo Crous, is still unmistakably aKING, but the sonic influences of new member, Andrew Davenport, is impossible to ignore. [Read more…]

The Saw Doctors Return

The Saw Doctors Return

The Saw Docotors Return

The Saw Docotors Return

The hook-laden sounds of 1960s rock bands like the Beatles and the Byrds and the working-class imagery of Bruce Springsteen are combined with the musical traditions of Ireland and the intensity of punk rock by the Saw Doctors. The Saw Doctors were a little-known local bar band in Tuam (pronounced “Chewam”) in County Galway when they were invited by Mike Scott to be the opening act on the Waterboys’ 1988 tour of Ireland and the United Kingdom. In the decade since, however, the Saw Doctors have emerged as the most successful Irish rock band since U2. The Washington Post referred to the Saw Doctors as “one of the world’s most appealing roots rock outfits.” [Read more…]