Tuesday, 23 December 2014

IQ at The O2 Academy 2014 and Oh So Much More!

IQ AT THE O2 ACADEMY ISLINGTON 2014 (And quite a lot more besides!)

Well, it had to be, the last gig of the year and a meet up with old friends in London to enjoy a festive ale or two, or three, or four, or more!

If you don't know bout IQ the I strongly urge you to go and find out, go and listen, there is plenty of excellent material available on Youtube and Spotify etc. and go buy an album or two, there are plenty to choose from their back catalogue going back to 1981. For a band that have never enjoyed the commercial success they deserve, unlike the likes of Yes and Genesis, IQ have built up a solid and loyal fan base worldwide and especially in the UK and this year released what many consider to be their best album to date, The Road of Bones, not only is it a magnificent album, the gig was awesome as they played a wonderful selection from their back catalogue and, as one fan put it, "When it comes to live prog music there's IQ then there's the rest".

IQ 2014

Was this really a Fellowship event?
Well that’s the way it was always meant
But with no Kevin available and poor Peter crocked
It was just Chris and Grant from the official FOTS
But of course along with added extras, Alex and Paul
But in a way I suppose Metal Sausage says it all
Alex in his “Momentary Lapse of Seasoning” ‘T’
And Grant in his “I’ve been Rogered” you see
One could rightly say that In this day and age
It was indeed a gathering of the Fellowship of the Sausage!

Mr. A W-S, loyal Lifesigns, IQ and Metal Sausage fan!

We’d arranged to meet at The Euston Tap pub at three
That’s Chris, Alex, Paul and me
Which we did and there we tried some damn fine splendid ales
And as you know, with us, common sense never prevails
For the Cider Tap was also open just across the road
So that too was duly visited, well we just and to go
Now while Alex can drink beer as it were water
Cider is a drink of a very different order
And I think it’s fair to say
after that his photo journalism of the day
Took some very unusual and interesting turns!

The Euston Tap by night

Negotiating the underground was ever such fun
Another adventure for everyone
Why are there so many Northern lines, isn’t one enough?
Never mind, I suppose without too much fuss
We found our way to the right one for the Angel, Islington
And I suppose for once it just had to be done
The Angel itself, which is now a Weatherspoon’s
Which is worth knowing if you’re going there soon
But we had to be in Weatherspoon’s around six
Are you confused yet?
Let me explain, it’s quite simple my pet

Talking of Metal Sausage, your truly and Mr F negotiate the underground

We had a possibility of meeting up with others at The Glassworks
Which is also a Weatherspoon’s, now you see how it works
It is very close to the O2 Academy
Which whereupon eventually is where had to be
And anyway by now we all needed to eat
So various delights were ordered, our tasty treat
Apparently, the venue, the doors opened at six thirty
Which was somewhat extremely early
Especially as the band weren’t on till eight
Which If we’d gone in then would have been a long wait

We saw Jon Patrick
We saw Robin Smith
We saw Thea Sigma
We’ll she couldn’t be missed
She looked so lovely in her Christmas attire
She set Chris’s heart a flutter and mine on fire
We saw ‘Barry Prog-Shorts’ suitably dressed
In this winter weather I must say I’m impressed!

IQ off to a storming start

IQ took to the stage and played a selection
From their vast back catalogue’s supreme collection
A career spanning now more than thirty years
It was quite exquisite, literally music to our ears
As Chris said (& gesticulated) “When IQ play at their very best
They are way up here, down here is the rest”

IQ Encore with added hats and wings!

I think I can say without fear of contradiction
This night was the best that I’d ever seen them
And I have to admit that for about the third time this year
Once again music made me shed the odd tear
Enough of that
As is always the case right after the show
It was time for us to move, it was time to go
Back to Kings Cross, St. Pancras to say our goodbyes
To catch northbound trains on different lines
Another splendid evening all dusted and done
Another great adventure of Fellowship fun
And the last of 2014
What a year this one has been!

Grant Meaby
December 2014

Well, what a year 2014 has been, so many great gigs, some splendid festivals, many good friends shared some real quality times and now Christmas is almost upon us so all that remains for me to say is have a very happy Christmas or Yuletide if you don't celebrate Christmas, or whatever you do celebrate may it celebrate peace.
See you in 2015.
Grant - December 2014

Sunday, 14 December 2014


Well, here we are, December and Christmas is looming large and approaching faster than anyone cal tell, so without further ado......................................................................................................

Friday the 12th of December it was my work Christmas meal out at lunchtime, which, under normal circumstances would see me heading off home afterwards in a 'merry' state and most probably falling asleep on the sofa, but not this particular Friday, oh no, for after the meal (& lashings of very fine ale) I was heading straight of to London with those fine Fellowship gentlemen for the Touchstone Christmas Party, supported by another great band, Symphony of Pain, at The Borderline.

Despite copious amounts of ale I manage to negotiate the escalator without incident!
So, why the title Ferror Rochers and Christmas hats, read on and maybe you'll find out why!

Friday the 12th of December
And the Fellowship are on the move again
A late afternoon meet for a London bound train
Two of the party are already somewhat merry
Yuletide beers not Christmas sherry

Mr. C and THE Christmas hat!
On the train a Christmas hat appears
Cover your ears
Wearing it induces the singing of carols
Such a lovely sound
Especially on the underground
As the train takes its Fellowship load
To spew them out at Tottenham Court Road
Soon to arrive in Wetherspoons
And although we’re in no hurry
Those who have not yet eaten
Indulge in a hot madras curry
We meet up with Roger, John and Stacy
The curries were rather tasty
And for a while we stay here
Enjoying another beer
Before dropping into the Crobar
For substitute JD’s, yes please
Until it’s time for the Borderline

More Christmas hats appear
In fact they’re everywhere
Tonight is the Touchstone Christmas party
And that’s what we’re here to do, to celebrate
Armed with Ferro Rochers for Kim
More than enough to fill a plate!

Symphony of Pain
Symphony of Pain open the proceedings
Kevin gets to be ‘The Bride’
Love lies bleeding
Peter has disappeared into the crowd
Chris is down the front with Roger where it’s loud
I hide
S o P put on a great show it must be said
We all sang along to “For now I’m dead”

The Borderline has now filled up somewhat
A sea of Christmas hats in the crowd
Touchstone take to the stage
We cheer so loud
They play a stunningly awesome set
And by far the best bit yet
We got to give Kim her Ferrero Rochers

Kim Seviour, all because the lady loves Ferrero Rocher
The journey home was fun
Especially on the tube
More carols and timewarps, nothing rude
The train was sedate by comparison
But spent with an enjoyable travelling companion
The lady who works for Arsenal football club
And supports Liverpool
Not sure whether this is really sensible
But then again nor are we, normally
All in all a great combination
Makes for an entertaining conversation
And once more home again draws near
From what was quite possibly
The gig of the year!
Mmm, I think I’ll go with that
And a Ferrero Rocher in a Christmas hat.

Touchstone in full sway
Grant Meaby


Now before I go I just have to mention, December also brought the new, long awaited, Pallas album wearewhoweare and, whilst I do not normally do album reviews or the like I just have to mention this one as, for me, it is pretty damn close to being the album of the year, was it worth the wait, you bet, it is, in my humble opinion, a masterpiece.

So, one more gig to go this year and that will be the IQ Christmas party at the O2 Academy Islington, looking forward to that one and maybe see some of you "Down the front" as they say, until then, cheers me dears, happy Yuletide.

Grant Meaby - December 2014

Monday, 1 December 2014

3 in 1 Like a Well Oiled Machine (Gong, Larry Miller, Space Ritual)

And so there I was, a couple of years back, chatting to Kavus Torabi after a great Knifeworld gig and telling him that I thought Knifeworld were what Gong would be like if they formed today, he was somewhat chuffed and told me that he had recently (At that time) met the wonderful Daevid Allen and now here he is, a few years later, fronting Gong while Daevid is recovering back in Australia, it is indeed a small and wonderfully strange world!

Three in One – Like a Well Oiled Machine

Why three in one? I hear you say
Just what was the order of the day?
Well in this case as you’ll soon see
It was three gigs in three days

Fellowship foursome

Dateline Friday 28th November 
An afternoon and night I’ll always remember
As The Fellowship descended upon Islington
For an afternoon’s drinking and an evening of Gong
With the morning at work well over and done
We were off to London to have some fun
Lunch at the White Swan and charity shop shopping 
Then off to the Compton Arms and the Smokehouse without stopping
Then the famous Hope and Anchor and the Library
 Home of craft beers for our afternoon tea
Where the strangest of half priced cocktails flowed
Well it was during ‘Happy Hour’ I suppose
The Famous Cock was too busy for a beer
So back to the White Swan where we’d started out here!
And then over to The Garage for the Gong family and Gong
With Kavus Torabi at the helm they can’t go wrong
An awesome night of great music and quite remarkably
A journey home without incident for Chris, Kevin, Peter and me!
One down, two to go!

Gong 2014 in full fine flow

Dateline Saturday 29th November 2014
Number two out of three if you see what I mean
And this time something a little less distance away
Letchworth Arts Centre was the order of the day
And a gig which promised to be a real thriller
An intimate evening with Bluesman Larry Miller
The only downside of this Saturday night
Was Peter who sadly failed to ignite!
But for Kevin, Chris, Smiffy, and me
The blues had us singing and dancing merrily
It was nice to see many from the CRF crowd
And hear Larry play the blues again good and loud
But all too soon it was over and done
But we’d sure had another great evening of fun.

Larry Miller and his band

Dateline Sunday 30th November
Where I am I now? I can’t quite remember!
Ah yes day three of the 3 gig weekend
We made it this far and were close to the end
Back to London to the Borderline for the Space Ritual Implosion
Their last ever gig or a just cunning promotion?
To be honest about it, it doesn’t really matter
Nik Turner’s amazing if somewhat mad as a hatter
Tom Crimble’s ‘Inevitable’ opened the show
Country Blues Rock on a space night, well I don’t know!
But the sell-out crowd seemed to lap it up OK
And I spotted our Chris just happily dancing away
And then came the point we’d all waited for
Nik Turner’s Space Ritual had taken the floor
And ruled it by storm for the next couple of hours
Their own songs and Hawkwind oldies suitably devoured
And Ms Angel danced as alluring as can be
We had another great time, Kevin Chris and me
And perhaps it was the three days taking their toll
But a sedate journey home, no embarrassment at all
All in all it had been lots of fun
Like a well-oiled machine 
We’d survived three in one.

Space Ritual, a cosmic wow!

Grant Meaby 

Here are a couple more photos from the evenings:-

Kev & his cocktails

Larry in B & W

Inevitable in action

Space Ritual
Well, what a splendid weekend but I must say I am feeling it somewhat now! It's time for a rest for a couple of weeks I think as we ramp up towards the Yuletide season, cool runnings one and all, until the next time.

Sunday, 23 November 2014


Going 'Out to play' on a 'School Night' is often fraught with various perils, especially when it involves a trip to London and trying to ensure that six people, with different jobs and hence different start and finish times and points all get to where they are supposed to be at more or less the same time and of course there's the getting home afterwards and the getting up for work the next day!

Despite the many-fold problems and thanks largely to Kevin the 'Master-planner' we did end up with a viable plan, which worked, to get all six of us to meet up in the White Swan in Islington before the BigElf gig at the Garage on Wednesday night!

All in all an excellent turn out mid-week for a gig which featured 'Jolly' opening the show with great aplomb and some good hard rock, the melodic organ driven 70's influenced magnificence of  'Bend Sinister'  before those difficult to categorize masters of the bizarre, BigElf took to the stage.

Five out of six. Paul on camera duty!

Elfing it Big Time

“If you catch that train, we’ll catch this one”
But choosing which ticket was also such fun
We could save on group travel if at least we were three
But in one’s and two’s well it just couldn’t be
But a straightforward return to our intended destination
And a direct train with no changes from station to station
Sort of resolved the problem

To get The Fellowship together from different locations
At the same place at the same time took some consternation
But eventually we all met up in Islington at the White Swan
Proving that a mass trip to London can successfully be done
There was Roger and Tim, there was Kevin and Paul
There was myself and Chris, yes six of us in-all

Talk of Metal Sausage was high on the list
Even before some of us, accidentally,  got quietly pissed!
“Respect to the Sausage” & “The Sausage condoned”
No wonder the other punters left us quite alone!
Adequately fuelled by good food and great beer
There was no doubt at all that The Fellowship were here

We made our over to the Garage, that’s a music venue
And we sauntered in just like you’re supposed to do
Roger was off talking to rock stars again
While we hit the cider bar, we must be insane!
There were a few punters that we knew gathered there
For this night of mad rock and release of all care

Jolly and jolly good they were too
The first band were ‘Jolly’ damn fine don’t you know
And the second band ‘Bend Sinister’ put on a good show
And BigElf were BigElf as only they can eccentrically be
Mostly entertaining I’d say but too much for me
I escaped with Tim to cool off and to smoke
And chatted to John Young that fine Lifesigns bloke
And what’s more we chatted to the keyboard player from Haken
PS. If you didn’t know, that rhymes with bacon!

Bend Sinister anything but sinister1
We had fun on the tube back to Finsbury Park
Making sour faced travellers laugh after dark
We ate strange spicy lukewarm food as we waited for our train
When it came in we jumped on, oh no not again
Mr. B was up to his late night antics
With Paul as ‘The carer’ they had some new tricks
Rolling around on the floor like a crazy mad thing
I’m sure all the time Mr. F was actually hiding!

BigElf giving it large

Another great night in great company with much beer
And yes it did all happen as recorded right here
What’s more we’ll do it again as it has to be done
As we head back to town for lots more of such fun
No small children or cute fluffy animals
Were harmed in the writing of this poem.

Grant Meaby - November 2014

And that was about it for another fine adventure, we survived a mid-week gig! 
Next along at some stage will be the three bands in three nights extravaganza after we've been to see Gong, Larry Miller and Space Ritual, that may take a bit of getting over, so, until the next time, cool runnings one and all.

Tuesday, 18 November 2014


I never cease to be amazed at just how good Roadhouse are, they have to be one of the hardest working and best live bands on the Blues Rock circuit, in fact on any circuit and Sunday night at 'Blues at the Red' in the Red Lion pub in Stevenage Old Town they showed just what an amazing live band they are.

Roadhouse, formed in 1991 by Gary Boner and Robert.A.Roberts with Bill Hobley on bass and the the powerful drumming of Roger Hunt.
Roadhouse's music is Blues Rock drawing from the heritage of the likes of Lynyrd Skynyrd to Creedence Clearwater Revival, the band has developed a sound all of its own.
One reviewer summed it up as "It’s basically ‘Southern Gothic Americana’ with a splash of added South London". and “Britain’s finest Roots rockers, a dark coming together of Country, Rock and Blues”

In 2004 the Band released a CD , heralded by many critics as the best UK Blues Rock release of the year. No Place To Hide achieved an overwhelmingly positive reaction. “The whole CD is a wonderful and varied collection of songs played to the highest standard by a group of fine musicians. It deserves to take the band on to a higher level. I strongly recommend it” – Blues Matters! Magazine review.

Roadhouse Are:
Gary Boner – Guitar & Vocals
Bill Hobley – Bass
Roger Hunt – Drums
Danny Gwilym – Guitar
Mandie.G – Vocals
- Sarah Harvey-Smart -Vocals
And just recently some guest appearances from Kelly Marie (vocals)

So, some eleven damn fine albums later here they are, some of the members I'm lucky to be able to call real friends and they are playing in my town in one of my favourite haunts, the Red Lion!

Kelly and Mandie G going for it!
Roadhouse Red

The band rolled into town at about seven, as did I
Roger had been in and out of the ‘Red’ earlier. I wonder why?
The afternoon crowd were still there but it could have been worse
But they didn’t hang around for long, they soon all dispersed
As the Sunday night blues crowd slowly started to arrive
For tonight it was the turn of Roadhouse to set the place alive

Roger, Kevin, Chris and of course me
Were there to support the band and the lovely Mandie G
Sarah was missing in foreign climes working away
So Kelly was back on vocal duties, she’s great any day
 There were people from Skeggy and from CRF too
All down at the Red for the Sunday night Blues

It's so intense playing this blues
While Roger and Bill laid down a real solid beat
Danny and Garry let fly a real blues guitar treat
Steve was there with his camera taking the odd cool shot
And I have to admit that the girls looked so hot
There was dancing a plenty and lots of singing along
I was thrilled they played ‘Dark Angel’ my favourite song

All power to Trevor for promoting this night
We had a real cracking time, yes we did alright
With the Roadhouse Blues and that’s it all about said
Sunday night was fantastic at The Blues at The Red.

And there was dancing!
Go and check out Roadhouse, they are so worth it.

Cheers me dears, until we rock again.

Grant - November 2014

Sunday, 9 November 2014

It's Only Rock and Roll - Part 2

Indeed, it's all about the.............................................................................................................

So, great gigs are sometimes like buses, you wait ages for a good one to come along and suddenly you get two, back to back!

After a splendid Friday night in Hitchin at Club-85 seeing The Hawklords supported by the Deviant Amps, Saturday saw me heading off to London on a cold wet afternoon to meet up with my good friends Tim & Jo before we sett off to Great Portland Street to the 229 (A new venue for me) to see Pendragon play one of their all too rare UK shows and what's more the support band were also worthy of being headliners in their own right, Tin Spirits, this gig was a House of Progression enterprise so you just knew it was going to be good!

You know that feeling when you set off on some journey and you plan it to the last minute and for whatever reason it all goes awry, sometimes, rarely, the opposite thing happens and by a combination of good luck and no hold ups, I actually found myself at The Euston Tap a good hour before the time we'd planned to meet, the great thing was that so did Tim and Jo!

Having at last been able to put aside the old walking stick a few months ago, Tim and Jo very kindly presented me with a new one.

My new walking stick, oh yes, and I'm wearing my Metal Sausage T shirt
 So, as we imbibed some of natures finest it was monsooning down outside along with the odd crack of thunder just for atmosphere, never mind, adequately fuelled we did the 'dog leg' tube thingy to get to Great Portland Street (Via Kings Cross) and dodging the rain we dashed into The Albany to try some of their deliciously very expensive beer and meet up with many of the stalwart proggy clan before heading off on the exceptionally short journey (Across the road) to the 229.

I must say that the 229 is a splendid venue, plenty of room, reasonably priced bar, high stage, good access etc. etc. and the rate the place was filling I knew would put a smile on the faces of Jon and Stacy and the H.O.P. and it did!

Apart from all the regular and irregular prog punters the audience was like a who's who of the current scene, it would be naff to name drop so I won't other than to say it was great to catch up with Matt Stevens and he had some great news about something I'm involved with but I cannot divulge at this stage.

First on were of course Tin Spirits, who will no doubt be familiar to fans of Big Big Train and XTC, if you're not, go and do a bit of digging, it's interesting stuff and I must say that personally I had not listened to Tin Spirits much before this night, stupid me is all I can say , they were fantastic and their new album, Scorch, has made it to number 1 on my current wish list!
Incredible melodies, stunning harmonies, this was fast becoming my gig of the year and Pendragon hadn't even played yet!

Tin Spirits open the night

Tin Spirits in full flow
Go and check them out, you know it makes sense.

So, here we were, this is what we'd been waiting so long for, not just a Pendragon UK gig but the first true London gig for something like 8 years according to Pendragon front man Nick Barrett.

Two songs into their set and that was it, confirmed, this was / is the gig of the year as far as I'm concerned and they plated for good two and a half hours, treating us to a host of Pendie classics and a good helping from the incredible new album, 'Men who climb mountains'.

I'm sure you can wander off on the web somewhere and get a blow by blow listing of everything they played and whether or not it was 'note perfect' and all that sort of stuff that if you know me, I don't do, after all, it's all about the rock and rock, Pendragon were on fire and played an absolutely outstanding set, one that I'm sure will go down in Prog history.

Pendragon in full flow

Pendragon - In one word - Awesome

So I have only one thing left to say and that's a big thank you to Jon Patrick, Stacy Doller and all at the House of Progression who made this night possible (As they do so many such great nights), you guys put together a night of sheer brilliance.

Phew, now I rest!

Until the next time, cool runnings one and all.

Grant Meaby
Nov 2014

It's Only Rock and Roll - Part-1

And it's been a while, October was fairly quiet on the gig front, but then came November and guess what?

It's all about the..................................................................................................

So, without further ado, It's only Rock and Roll Part-1, the mighty Hawklords supported by the Deviant Amps at Club-85 in Hitchin on Friday the 7th November.

Hawklords and Deviant Amps at ‘85’

I enter the pub and order a beer
Peter and Kevin are already here
When I come to pay
The Landlord says’ “That’s OK”
“This one’s on Dave, it’s his retirement do”
Well, I don’t know Dave from Adam
But I thank you!

Here we are
A gathering of the Fellowship three
Our Chris is still away
And tonight’s not Paul’s ‘cup of tea’
But we have our own Dave in tow
Gently ‘blooding’ him
In the Fellowship experience
It’s obvious, we can quickly tell
He seems to be enjoying himself
Yes indeed, he fits in well

We have gathered in a hostelry in Hitchin
Its name I cannot divest
It’s a bird that sings at night
So you can probably guess
We’re off to see The Hawklords
Supported by The Deviant Amps
A night of Space Rock
Where the fun just never stops

The Deviant Amps open up the evening in style

At Club-85 we’re joined by Alex
And another Chris or two (Gandalf)
As the Deviant Amps take to the stage
How a three piece can generate such a sound
Has to be seen and heard to be believed
And what’s more, I am somewhat thrilled
They have re-released their first album
And they have a new one out too
So I buy both, as you do!

Hawklords are almost at the end of their tour
Touring the new album ‘Censored’
It’s a real coming of age for this band
Fantastic production and a truly awesome sound
Which they replicate so well playing it live
With a smattering from their back catalogue
And some Hawkwind classics too,
All in all a splendid evening, indeed, all round, a splendid do.

Master of the cosmic keys, Harvey Bainbridge

String supremo Jerry Richards

Ron Tree - Front man mastery
Great to see a younger space rocker in action 

And finally this is somewhat symbolic of most of my pictures of drummers! Dave Pearce, a case of cymbala obscura!

And the all important links.

See you all soon with Part-2

Grant Meaby 09/11/14

Wednesday, 8 October 2014


Time for it all to be in a more poetic style, three great gigs in four days (Hence the title), anyway, here goes;


Three gigs in four days!
Well it just had to be done
Live music in all its diversity
Just let it run and run

Thursday night at the Red
Soundarc promotions, enough said
Always a good night and this was no exception
The sweet melancholy of  Pete Guy
Followed by, Fishwife’s Broadside
Chris and I met Colin there as well
This was one to remember you could tell
A fine start to October

Pete Guy 

Fishwife's Broadside

Friday was a day of rest

Saturday saw me heading out alone
Spear of Destiny and The Bleach Boys
At Club-85 my spiritual home

Could I walk past the Nightingale?
No, fuelled by a nice Colley’s Dog ale
I sauntered down the road for a night
Of Nihilist Punk and solid rock
And to be part of the biggest crowd at 85
For quite a while 

The Bleach Boys

Spear of Destiny
And so we come to Sunday 
A gathering of the Fellowship
Esquire’s at Bedford was the place
The best Blues Rock outfit around
That’s where Roadhouse were to be found
And the rest they say, is history
Three is better than one
Well it was for me!

And believe me, Sunday was EPIC!

Roadhouse at Danny’s Bar 05/10/14

What do you call Five Corona’s in a Land Rover?
Anything you like because they won’t hear you
For all the laughter and the camaraderie 
With jokes, comments, puns and ribaldry 

A serious conversation, don’t even consider
For it is doomed to immediately end in failure
As we cruised past the local ‘Dogging’ sites
And the places where bikers ride trail bikes

Glancing up towards the sky
Ancient aeroplanes from Old Warden fly by
As we pass the impressive restored airship hangers
Talk turned to fireworks, rockets and bangers

Following the winding riverside road 
We weaved our way into Bedford to unload
For an early evening gig at Esquire’s Danny’s Bar
To see the best Americana Blues Rock band by far


There was Grant, Kevin, Peter and Chris
And of course the one and only Paul ‘Smiffy’ Smith
Fender Bear sent his humble apologies
But after last weeks’ adventures at MRC
Where he met Liva from Black State Highway
He just couldn’t face coming out to play

'The Corona Boys with the lovely Roadhouse ladies - Photo courtesy of Steve Dulieu

Before very long the Corona’s were six
As our Tim arrived too to swell the mix
But sorry to say without our poor Jo
Yesterday’s celebrations don’t you know! 

However we were there and thrilled to see
Lovely Sarah Harvey Smart and the luscious Mandie G
Along with Danny, Gary, Roger and Bill
As the bar very quickly started to fill

Sarah, Mandie G and Gary getting on down

There was Steve and his brother and Martin & Eddie
Trish and Cherry Lee too and we were all ready
As Roadhouse opened up the musical proceedings
With two long sets to play this evening

One of the best Roadhouse gigs we’ve ever seen
And to quite a few now the Fellowship have been
It was great to see the Cambridge and the ‘Skeggy’ lot too
Like us, all there to enjoy, Roadhouse Blues.

The mighty Roadhouse in full flow

Grant Meaby 08/10/14


If you are at all interested in any of the artists and bands that I have mentioned above please use the links provided to visit their Facebook pages and give them a listen.

It'll be a few days before I venture out again in a musical direction and as yet I'm not sure just what that might be so, watch this space, until the next time round the plastic spiral, bye for now and keep rocking.