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This livestream from Katie Melua easily receives two thumbs-up from me.
Kerri Watt, Will Irvine and Gregor Philp did a tremendous job in both entertaining and fundraising during this livestream.
Something About Simon was a fantastic evening enhanced by beautiful lighting and a peaceful atmosphere.
This concert was proof that Declan McKenna can transcend from his older indie rock pieces towards songs that are more futuristic and are in touch with the crazy times that we are living in.
Poetic, honest and musing, Snow Patrol’s latest and specially created EP The Fireside Sessions expresses an overriding theme of dark versus light, and hope that comes with unity.
Lawson have created a highly modern, new sound while still managing to hold onto their classic, bold guitar and drums and punchy vocal sound. This new fusion of synth, electro and pop has a definite unique feel and brings a fresh style to the band’s still familiar genre.
If you had previously never listened to Jason Isbell And The 400, then Reunions would be a great place to start.
Long may Mothership continue to give us back our Led Zeppelin days.
I’m Still Standing - The Music Of Elton John is a fabulous evening of music and laughter.
All in all, Hits Of Motown is a definite must-see for any Motown fan, from the most casual to the most loyal devotee.
Blast Off! Tour was an amazing event that lived up to and surpassed expectations.
Believe - The Cher Songbook is a very respectful tribute to the musical legend, and from somebody who went to see the real deal a few months ago, it comes highly recommended.
Barry Steele In The Roy Orbison Story ‘West End Special’ is a feel-good trek through the life and discography of Roy Orbison, and is a show well worth watching for anyone who followed the great man's career.
If you are a fan of either Buddy Holly or Roy Orbison, Through The Decades is the show for you. It was very enjoyable and is well worth seeing.
Despite the volume issues, Strong Enough - The Ultimate Tribute Concert To Cher ensured a good night out and had a great atmosphere while paying a nice homage to the unforgettable soundtrack and career of Cher.
That'll Be The Day is an absolutely fabulous show and a trip down memory lane, particularly for those in their 50’s, 60's, and 70’s.
Whether you're coming for the music, the comedy or the dancing, The Jersey Beats - Oh What A Nite! has it all and ticks every box for a thoroughly enjoyable night.
Overall, Lighthouse Family were an absolute delight.
What’s Love Got To Do With It? A Tribute To Tina Turner is a musical feast of song and dance fit for any lover of soul music and Tina Turner.
Midnight Train To Georgia: A Celebration Of Gladys Knight is as top-drawer a tribute show to the Empress Of Soul as you will find anywhere.
ARRIVAL - The Hits Of ABBA was just the tonic, and I would not hesitate to see them again in the future!
If given the opportunity, I would recommend going to see Carly Rae Jepsen, as you’re guaranteed a vibrant and fun-filled night!
The ELO Experience - Electric Light Orchestra is a must-see for any ELO die-hard or even the most casual fan.
Ga Ga - A Tribute To Queen are well worth checking out as the nearest thing to experiencing one of the greatest British bands ever in person.
Showaddywaddy were fantastic, and if you didn’t like rock ‘n’ roll music before the show, you certainly would by the end.
We Three Kings is a pleasant, feel-good show that comes recommended for anyone who likes Roy Orbison, Buddy Holly & Elvis Presley.
The Magic Of Motown is a fabulous music show that has the ability to unite people of all ages, and Floral Pavilion was a great setting with a relaxed feel.
Desperado - History Of The Eagles is a pleasant, entertaining and highly enjoyable show, and one that receives a strong recommendation from me.
Elton John fans are bound to love The Rocket Man, but this is a show that I would recommend to all music-lovers.
If you like trap music or hip-hop, I would recommend D-Block.
For true fans of live music, watching Michael Bublé do his thing should be on your bucket list.
All in all, The Lumineers exceeded my expectations, and it was an experience I will never forget.