Monthly Archives: April 2009

April 2009 Gig Review Index

Here are some quick links to the gigs I reviewed in April 2009.  Just click on the link to get to the review. David Cross And Andrew Keeling – Cloud-Surfing Touchstone, The Harringtons plus David Brown AC/DC plus The Answer … Continue reading

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David Cross And Andrew Keeling – Cloud-Surfing

Venue : London Metropolitan University Date : Thursday 23 April 2009 Date of writing this review : 8 September 2009 Given the length of time since the event, I should make it clear that I am writing this review from … Continue reading

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Touchstone, The Harringtons plus David Brown

Date of gig – 17 April Date of review – 4 August (!) Touchstone have now successful blazed their trail at RoSFest, so I am free to post this review of their (now, not so) recent gig at The Horn … Continue reading

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AC/DC plus The Answer

Maybe there is something about this gig, but I thought this blog had already been posted on here…twice…clearly not.  But that is nothing compared to my journey to get to the gig in the first place.  It was on Thursday … Continue reading

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Murray Hockridge And Dave Kilminster

This was a bit special.  No, change that – this was VERY special.  It is Easter Friday, 10 April, and Dave Kilminster – you know, the guitarist of choice for Roger Waters when he is out on the road, the … Continue reading

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Gazpacho plus Also Eden

I was really excited about this show, the chance to see Also Eden again, the first time to see Gazpacho, in their only UK date on this tour, and the chance to meet up with some friends, both old and … Continue reading

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Xenon Codex, Mister Manana plus Device

This review is long overdue, so my apologies to the bands, the venue and the promotor for that.  I like to have my reviews up in time to notify you of what is happening next with those involved, and I … Continue reading

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