Southern blues rockers Gov’t Mule kicked off their European tour on Sunday night (22nd October 2017), with a show in front of a packed house at Dublin’s Academy. Playing their first ever Irish date, the celebrated four-piece brought with them a musical revolution that fans said had been more than worth the wait.
Suffolk glam rockers The Darkness thrilled revellers at Belfast’s Limelight on Sunday (15th October, 2017) as part of their current 'Tour De Prance'. Treating concert goers to all the hits plus new tracks from latest album 'Pinewood Smile', the band's set proved a jam-packed theatrical fun house.
Marillion have crowned their renaissance year with a sell-out show at London’s Royal Albert Hall. Taking to the stage at the iconic venue on Friday night (13th October), the quintet pulled out all the stops to ensure that the event would be one to remember for both fans and band alike.
Singer Nik Kershaw kicked off his Irish tour in Galway on Thursday night (5th October 2017), with an intimate set at the city’s Black Box theatre. Billed as ‘An Evening With…’, the event saw the song-writer play tracks from right across his career, interspersed with stories and a Q&A section.
Rising UK rockers Inglorious arrived in Dublin on Wednesday (4th October 2017), for a night of soulful hard rock. Fronted by the inimitable Nathan James, the six-piece wooed the intimate audience, with an energetic performance that proved just why the band are on the up and up.
Former Bon Jovi guitarist Richie Sambora and partner Orianthi have revealed details of their new EP. Released on Monday (2nd October 2017) under the moniker of RSO, the 'Rise' EP features five brand new tracks.