After mass rumours circulating since a social media post late on December 31st 2022, it's finally been revealed that Glasgow’s finest hard and heavy home boys The Almighty are back. Due to unprecedented interest in recent times, the original line up of are returning for the first time in 32 years to play three U.K. shows.
W.A.S.P. recently wrapped up their first US tour in 10 years with a sold out show at The Wiltern in Los Angeles, and now the band led by the fearless Blackie Lawless is headed to Europe, with shoes in Dublin, Belfast, and elsewhere. The tour was recently selected by Metal Edge as one of the 10 Best Hard Rock and Metal Tours of 2022, by Ultimate Classic Rock as one of the 22 Memorable Rock Tours of 2022, by BraveWords.com writers as Top Concert of 2022 and by the Detroit radio station WRIF as one of the Top Concerts of 2022.
Glenn Hughes, the former bassist, and singer of Deep Purple, known to millions as the ‘Voice of Rock’, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee, is pleased to announce, 'Glenn Hughes Performs Classic Deep Purple Live - Celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the album BURN' October 2023 UK tour.
The UK's Download Festival has announced forty-four new names and the day splits for 2023’s mammoth line-up. New names include the blistering Halestorm, Alter Bridge, Neck Deep, Bob Vylan, Carcass, Five Finger Death Punch, Jinjer, Coheed and Cambria, Electric Callboy, Hot Milk and The Amity Affliction, who will join the celebration of Download’s twenty-year legacy at Donington Park from 8th -11th June 2023.
The legendary Boy George & Culture Club are celebrating the 40th anniversary of their triple platinum Colour By Numbers album with a special one-day-only event for their fans. For the first time ever, Boy George & Culture Club's epic live show will be streamed to cinemas across the globe, including over 100 British and Irish cinemas.