Category Archives: blues

Pepper and Dignity

Sunday night took Still Burning and Dark Secret to The Music Hall, to catch Deacon Blue, returning to Aberdeen to promote their new album – ‘A New House’ – on the second show of their UK tour, which kicked off … Continue reading

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Time for some Amphetamine Ballads

And finally it was time for The Amazing Snakeheads third appearance in Aberdeen and Akira Fox went along to write about it for us. Support at The Lemon Tree was John Knox Sex Club and Pinact. Read her review and … Continue reading

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Ten out of 10cc

It’s not all breakneck rock n roll at fns as Dark Secret and Still Burning go along to see 10cc and Red Sky July at the Music Hall, Aberdeen. Read the review here and see our flickr album of pictures … Continue reading

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Lovers and Fighters

We first discovered The Temperance Movement last year when they played a rammed Tunnels in Aberdeen. A few short months later and they are back in the city at a larger venue and a with few more songs but the … Continue reading

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Guitar Gold

No stranger to a guitar himself, reviewer B went along to see the great Joe Bonamassa’s first visit to the north east of Scotland and here is what he thought of it all.

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Freshly Squeezed

Another gig for Stupid Girl at Aberdeen’s largest venue, the AECC, this time its Jools Holland and His Rhythm & Blues Orchestra. Support on the night was Clive Gregson. Read her review and see some images of the event here.

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