Music Reviews - Blind Frog Ernie, Blue Sand the Applewhites and Displacements at Piper November23rd By Michelle Dee Photos by Darren Rogers
The Piper club on Newland Avenue has, according to many people, always had something of a volatile reputation.
On more than one occasion I have heard reports from people that you always get fights and
fracas at the venue.
Indeed the last time I went to the Piper there was a very
Music Reviews - Sunday 28th November 2004 - The New Adelphi Club, Hull By Lucy Kynman
A four course set menu for the night of eclectic musical treats to appeal to the most
diverse of palettes.
Sgt. Buzfuz - This acoustic performer opened and closed the night with
two short sets. Described as London's main connection to anti-folk,
Sgt. Buzfuz overlaid simple classical guitar melodies with original,
Music Reviews - Josh Rouse and Tim Keegan at Pocklington Arts Centre - November 22nd 2004 By Nick Quantrill
Pocklington Arts Centre is a beautifully intimate all seated venue.
It's the perfect venue for tonight's gig. With high sound quality and acoustics, it's no
wonder so many acts speak well of this little known venue. Tonight saw one of America's finest
singer-songwriters, Josh Rouse, take to its stage
Music Reviews - The Coal Porters at Pocklington Arts Centre - 15th November 04 By Steve Rudd
Brandishing brilliant brushstrokes of Alison Krauss-creased Bluegrass music as it is
meant to sound, this quintet in the Mojo-magazine-championed Coal Porters played to
an almost sold-out venue in the small town of Pocklington on that one night of the
week when most people prefer
Music Reviews - Ian McNabb at Fibbers, York - 4th November 04 By Steve Rudd
Former Icicle Works frontman, Liverpudlian genius Ian McNabb has long been setting
alight with his talents since such band glory days.
Ian is one of the hardest working and genuinely enthralling singer-songwriters in the UK
and has released plenty of truly incredible
Music Reviews - Black # 5 Band Biog
Since forming just over a year ago, Black # 5 have had a rapid ascent and are now
recognised as one of the best new rock bands in the country.
Based in Lincolnshire, the band's name came about when bassist Dale Jeffrey
decided to visit a casino.
I was really skint, he explains
Music Reviews - The landaus (Grimsby Auditorium 15th November 2004) By The Lazyswede
The Landaus arrived in the dressing room to be greeted by
Freefaller-The Noise next door Dominic Paul
It didn't take long before the games started and the ice was broken and everyone was running around
laughing and joking with each other and the backstage shenanigans started, even for
Music Gig Gallery - The Others at Jaz Bar - Wednesday 6th October 04 by Darren Rogers
Checkout this incredible 6 page Photo Gallery of The Others at the Jaz Bar
Wednesday 6th October 2004 by Darren Rogers. Darrens photographs are brilliant, almost as good as being there and
too good to miss so I'm publishing it for all the music fans to enjoy... and thanks Darren.