A couple of weeks ago I mentioned on Facebook that Busta Rhymes was lpaying in London and how tempting it was to go see him. A few days after that our daughter e-mailed me e-tickets to the show as an early father’s day treat. Which was nice. I think the only way I get to […]
Entries Tagged as 'Concerts'
September 9th, 2012 · Comments Off on Brothers gonna sort it out · Music
The Chemical Brothers’ concert film Don’t Think has been on my Amazon wish list for a while because all the reviews of it in magazines and newspapers said that it was awesome and the closest you will get to actually being at a show without actually being at a show. Tonight it was shown on […]
On Saturday I made a rare visit to London.Â I realised that I have not been in central London for a long time: the last few times I was in London it was only Hammersmith for Sunday night comedy.Â It must be more than a year since I took a train into Victoria. What finally […]
Always lots to do and see in the last few months of the year.Â This is a very selective sample (i.e. the ones I intend to go to).Â If anybody else is going to any of these I’ll see them there. October 22nd – Covered at the Queen’s Head, Horsham Covered are a seven-piece covers […]
Last night I went out to see Rick Wakeman and Jon Anderson playing at the Hawth theatre in Crawley.Â Â Rick Wakeman. Jon Anderson.Â In Crawley! This was the second date on their 20-date ‘Anderson-Wakeman Project 360’ tour, coming to a provincial town near you soon, and the ticket was a birthday present from Chrystal which […]
September 29th, 2010 · Comments Off on Manu Chao in London · Music
The mighty Manu Chao is coming to london next month to play at the Coronet on October 23rd – tickets went on sale today.Â Only Â£15 a ticket and its all for charity (Colombiage and some local Brixton organisations) Very frustrating.Â I would love to go up and see him again, but there is a […]
August 18th, 2010 · 4 Comments · Life, Music
This evening I watched the film of Johnny Cash playing at San Quentin prison.Â It is a remarkable film of a remarkable concert and a reminder of why Johnny Cash is the country singer that even people who don’t like country music can appreciate. At one point he sings a song called San Quentin I […]
I have been told about two events involving Gang of Four next month. ((Thanks for the tip-off Peter!)) Both sound good, but would involve travelling up to London midweek, and spending more than I would be willing to spend for such things.
February 11th, 2010 · Comments Off on FranÃ§ais pour une nuit · Music
My copy of FranÃ§ais pour une nuit, the new Metallica concert DVD arrived today.Â I haven’t watched it totally from beginning to end, but I have dipped into it and watched about half of it.Â While it is a great DVD I don’t think it really does them justice, and it certainly did not bring […]
January 30th, 2010 · 3 Comments · Life, Music
I would not normally go to three pubs in a month, but today I managed three pubs in the same day!Â First was the one over the road from work for a leaving do – there were a lot of them today as a result of our restructuring.Â Then in the evening it was across […]