An hour of Renee proved to be too short a time to be in her company. This crowd would have happily lapped up another hour or so, if they could have.
I Like Me is a show worthy of checking out. Desmarais is good value, and more than just a proficient comedy craftsman – he is a Canadian. And who can honestly say they have met a Canadian that they didn’t like?
After fifty years in the business, one of the things Russell Morris has clearly mastered is how to put together a setlist to please everyone.
This is a disarmingly sweet-natured, emotionally intelligent show that deserves people to ‘flock’ to see it.
A joyous celebration of the power of music.
Elbow have evolved, and where they were once just merely great, their latest metamorphosis elevates them to the next level of magnificence.
Dust off your roller strollers people, and get those tartan scarves out of mothballs! Exciting news – Rollermania is back!
Here, BSR give the fans exactly what they want – respect for the old Thin Lizzy formula, and a collection of modern, yet ‘old school’, hard rock delivered with a sustained level of energy and conviction that never loosens its connection with the spirit that is imbued in the very best rock and roll records in your collection.
Mott The Hoople were a mess of contradictions – exciting, rambunctious and loose, yet they often bared their soul, self-mythologizing their lives and history in their songs, but never coming across as egocentric narcissists.
Nouvelle Vague’s Adelaide performance was a wondrous melange of the odd and the melodic.