Following a sold out UK arena tour in 2017, Jeff Lynne’s ELO will be returning to the UK and Europe for an extended run of shows in 2018, seeing the legendary band play a whopping 19 dates across the continent, throughout September and October 2018.
The Glasgow Green festival heads into its second weekend after headline sets from Arctic Monkeys, Liam Gallagher and Stereophonics brought the singalong spirit out of the notoriously shy Glaswegians last time out. On Friday, Queen + Adam Lambert headline, with Texas and The Darkness in support, while Sunday’s bill is topped by The Killers, who’re joined by local favourites CHVRCHES and Franz Ferdinand.
The mighty Status Quo will release a pair of twin live albums later this summer. ‘Down Down & Dignified At The Royal Albert Hall’ was recorded at the hallowed London venue in July 2017 on the Aquostic Tour, while ‘Down Down & Dirty At Wacken’ captures an electric performance at the world-famous German rock festival […]
A man was arrested after scaling speaker rigging at the TRNSMT festival during a performance by Liam Gallagher. Police said the 34-year-old had been charged with breach of the peace after the former Oasis star’s set was briefly stopped because of the incident. The man was among six people arrested at the festival on Saturday, […]
TRNSMT is a Scottish rock and indie music festival on Glasgow Green, in the city’s east end. After a thrilling debut in 2017, the festival returns this summer with Arctic Monkeys, Liam Gallagher, Stereophonics, The Killers and Queen + Adam Lambert across two weekends. Started as a replacement for T in the Park, the city centre […]
A debut studio album by American singer-songwriter DONALD FAGEN. Produced by Gary Katz it was released October 1, 1982.. Fagen was previously best known for his work in the group STEELY DAN, with whom he enjoyed a successful career in the 1970s. The band separated in 1981, leading Fagen to pursue a solo career. Although The Nightfly includes […]
Classic band with a classic shirt. Mick Jagger wears the Scotland World Cup 1982 shirt by Umbro on the Scottish leg of the Stones 1982 European tour. It’s a long time since we were at a World Cup and the Stones may yet be playing live by the time the next one comes around in […]
The Sixth studio album by the UK Rock band SUPERTRAMP called BREAKFAST IN AMERICA was released on 29 March 1979. It was recorded in 1978 in Los Angeles. It spawned four U.S. Billboard hit singles: “The Logical Song” (No. 6), “Goodbye Stranger” (No. 15), “Take the Long Way Home” (No. 10) and “Breakfast in America” […]
The book APOLLO MEMORIES remembers the night Thin Lizzy, and iconic lead singer Phil Lynott in particular, declared the Scotland National Team ” Champions ” in 1979. Oh, if only that had been true but if real truth be told we were still suffering a hangover from our fourth World Cup appearance 12 months earlier. […]
The man who almost captained England to a second World Cup final in 1990 is one of the biggest rock fans you will find in the world of football. Ex-Rangers defender and former Hibs, Motherwell and Inverness CT manager Terry Butcher, now about to take charge of the Philippines National Team, is a close friend […]