Classic Rock Reviews
Taking place on the closing night of of The Resolution Festival, Chris Spedding plays his first headline show in London for a decade.
Peter Hook and the Light: Hebden Bridge, Trades Club – live review of night two of the band’s three night residency
It’s day two of Peter Hook's three night residency at the Trades Club and tonight he is performing Movement and Power, Corruption and Lies plus some cracking singles.
...it is entirely fitting that Hooky does Love Will Tear Us Apart, which appropriately turns into a singalong as people who have heard this song thousands of times reconnect with its perfection.
Recent Ace Records Releases by Ian Johnston – December 2014
Dan Baird and Homemade Sin make their annual visit to London town to play a sold out show at Bush Hall.
Mickey Jupp : Kiss Me Quick Squeeze Me Slow The Collection CD+DVD/DL Out Now Legendary Southend musician Mickey Jupp gets the boxset treatment. Louder Than War's Craig...
With his new album having been released just over a month ago, Robert Plant has now taken to the road to promote it with a 13 date tour.
Billy Idol: Manchester O2 Apollo - photo review by Melanie Smith
Ian Johnston brings us his latest round-up of recent vital releases from Ace Records, probably the best re-issue label in the world.
Dropkick Murphy's announce new double A-side single this Friday: Dropkick Murphy's have broken their silence...
Former Stone Roses keyboard player Nigel Ipinson to release book about his time in band – talks about unreleased 2015 third album
Keyboard player Nigel Ipinson was there for the last period of the group and on his Instagram has mentioned a book he had written about that period and also a potential third album that was recorded in 2015 that he played on but has never been released...
Win a pair of tickets to The Toy Dolls 40th Anniversary Tour: For our latest...