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Big Country was originally formed in 1981 by guitar playing founder members Stuart Adamson and Bruce Watson both native of the band’s hometown Dunfermline in Scotland.
Initially driven by a shared vision of widescreen guitar melody, harmony and lyric, the classic Big Country sound was further enhanced later that summer by the arrival of drummer Mark Brzezicki and bass player Tony Butler. This is the Big Country that (with producer Steve Lillywhite), recorded the classic debut album ‘The Crossing’ in 1983.
King King are on a roll. Faced with their army of fans and armfuls of awards, it’s hard to believe that Alan Nimmo (vocals/guitar), Lindsay Coulson (bass), Wayne Proctor (drums) and Bob Fridzema (keys) have come so far, so fast. As Henry Yates of Classic Rock Blues notes, “King King are the hottest draw in British blues-rock”. Yet there’s no smoke and mirrors behind their five-year rise: just killer songs, performed with true passion, by a fist-tight lineup.
Dr. Feelgood are a British band formed in 1971. Hailing from Canvey Island, Essex, they are best known for early singles like "She Does It Right", "Roxette", and "Back in the Night".The group's original distinctively British R&B sound was centred on Wilko Johnson's choppy guitar style.
Del Bromham returns following his well received set with STRAY last year with his all-star blues band.
Pearl Handled Revolver formed out of a shared love of all things gritty, psychedelic and cinematic and a desire to create music uninhibited by considerations of genre, taste or decency. Between 2010 and 2016, they have released 4 EPs and 4 full length albums.
Every inch the rock star, flowing blonde hair reflecting in the spotlights, one foot on a monitor, back arched, fist in the air, Tommy Justice rips out a succession of ear-shredding power chords as 70,000 crazy fans roar in wild adulation…
OK, so I exaggerated the last bit – we’re talking hundreds rather than thousands of merely appreciative festival goers at Weyfest 2011. But in his head, Tommy Justice was at Wembley Stadium. Because Tommy Justice was born a rock star. And whilst his baaaad attitude embraced not doing his homework or the washing up, he did not stint on the countless hours spent locked in his bedroom doing what young boys do – posing in front of the mirror with his guitar.
Paradise 9 are a 4 piece rock band based in London and Brighton. Formed in 1997 by singer songwriter Gregg McKella, they released their first album “Showtime” in 1998. In 2017 they are celebrating their 20th anniversary.
Paradise 9 are Gregg McKella on vocals, guitar, glissando guitar, clarinet and space FX’s (Daevid Allen’s Glissando Guitar Orchestra/ Monty Oxymoron’s Fibroid Nebulae), Tyrone Thomas on lead guitar and backing vocals (Olympic Clamp Down/ex-Alternative TV), Neil Matthars on bass (ex-Casual Affair) and Wayne Collyer (ex-Deepskin) on drums.
Their music brings a chilled yet punchy approach to the rock genre sound taking inspiration from psychedelic and progressive bands like Pink Floyd, Gong, and Hawkwind, while fusing proto and post punk from the Ramones through to the Clash, and the Psychedelic Furs.
They have played extensively around the UK, performing at many festivals including Glastonbury 2011/13/14, Bearded Theory, Alchemy, and have headlined at The Green Gathering, Hope Festival, Tannerfest, Cosmic Puffin and Kozfest to name a few.
To date they have 2 studio albums ‘Showtime’ (1998) and ‘Take Me to the Future’ (2013), a live CD ‘Live at the Amersham Arms 2014’ and a DVD ‘Live at On-board the Craft 2013’.
‘Take Me to the Future’ features several guest musicians, including ex-Hawkwind Nik Turner on sax and flute, and the late great Judge Trev Thoms on guitar, both from seminal post punkedelic band Inner City Unit. It also features Pink Fairies’ Jaki Windmill on percussion and backing vocals, and Jeanette Murphy, Poppy Gonzalez and Steve Teers….
“...What makes this record special, though, is the lightness of touch that moves it effortlessly between psychedelia, punk, reggae, dub and just all those musical genres that represent facets of the counter-culture as a joined-up whole...” IAN ABRAHAMS – Space Rock Reviews August 2013
And their ‘Live at the Amersham Arms 2014’ album….
"... I like the combination of punky edged Rock ‘n’ Roll, trippy soloing flute and Psych guitar leads....File under absolutely fucking AWESOME!... Killer set. What a great live band...” JERRY KRANITZ - Aural Innovations November 2015
Paradise 9 are currently working on their next studio recording, and later this year will release their 20th anniversary album compiling live performances from their inception in 1997 to present.