Right To Roam Festival returns to Bolton with a staggering array of artists across four venues over the course of two days.
We were deeply saddened today to learn of the death of Graham Davies – yet another stalwart member of that thriving 1970s Bolton music scene.
Right To Roam Festival returns for the second year, taking over venues in Bolton.
The Bolton Iron Maiden are set to return with an album of new material following their 2006 release, Maiden Flight.
At The Barrier was shocked and devastated to learn of the sudden death, earlier this week, of our great friend Rob Lewis. We pay tribute…
The Bolton Iron Maiden are on their way back. We caught up with ever-present bandmember, Paul O’Neill, to find out more.
What happened when The Sensational Alex Harvey Band hit the stage in Bolton in 1973. John Barlass takes us back in time.
The Trials Of Cato continue to expand the folk roots. Electric guitars, keys and jazzy funk are the order of the day.
The Trials continue – we catch up with the ‘new’ Trials Of Cato at The Met in Bury.
Paul TJ O’Neill of The Bolton Iron Maiden – Puppet Master: The Rise And Rise Of Slick Dandy: Album Review
Welcome Back. Through the wonders of time travel, Paul O’Neill picks up where The Bolton Iron Maiden left off 44 years ago.
The Trials Of Cato visit Manchester’s Night & Day Cafe on the tour that sees them launching their Gog Magog album.
At The Barrier once again visits Over Hulton Folk Club, Bolton to catch Irish singer-songwriter/raconteur Anthony John Clarke.
Exploring Birdsong return to the live stage in Manchester to haunt and enchant the masses at Rebellion Bar in Manchester.
Grapefruit Records take up the challenge of cherry picking from the British Progressive Pop iceberg of 1973.
The Magpies dance to a sprightly tune on Undertow.