A collection of prog and art rock virtuosos collaborate to recreate and reimagine the 1977 Pink Floyd album, Animals.
Steve Harley continues to wow with a rich group of songs, backed by The Cockney Rebel at the Lowther Pavillion in Lytham St. Annes.
The War On Drugs release I Don’t Live Here Anymore; three years in the making and a justified wait displaying our Philadelphian friends at the top of their game.
We’re at the Anthony Burgess Foundation for a Manchester Folk Festival performance by Jack Rutter.
The cosy Bury Met plays hosts to one of Prog’s all time greats Caravan.
Prog ensemble Anyone release a 4th Album, In Humanity, a change to a highly improvisational progressive direction for the founder member, Riz Story.
Esoteric Records bring us another outstanding Al Stewart package, their third to date. The excellent Time Passages album was recorded at the latter end of the Seventies as Al was redefining his image as a musical raconteur.
Pioneers of the Canterbury sound, Caravan, show their skills have not waned over the years with a masterful new album.
Brazilian based guitarist and singer Mario Rossi gives us a dose of quality powerful but controlled blues with his super-tight band.
Faceless Mirror are following up their incredible ‘Journey Home’ album with a batch of singles; the current one being ‘Another Night Will Fall.’
Exploring Birdsong return to the live stage in Manchester to haunt and enchant the masses at Rebellion Bar in Manchester.
A far cry from the Academies and the Apollos, The Arnside Sailing Club does its bit for the live music scene, hosting Mike Turnbull And The Safe Kings.
Tim Grimm presents perceptive social observations of a world torn apart and our world leaders’ incapacity to respond to warnings and advice together with songs of loss are all prevalent on his latest county / folk album Gone .
Produced and arranged by himself, Pokey LaFarge returns with a ten-song set on New West Records – In The Blossom Of Their Shade.
Shed Load records introduce us to the jaunty The Burner Band whose Signs And Wonders is a healthy dose of bluegrass country rock.