Norman Watt-Roy Ian Dury and The Blockheads, The Clash, Madness, Nick Lowe, Rodger Daltrey, Nick Cave, Frankie Goes To Hollywood...as CVs go that’s not a bad line up eh? In a career that’s lasted 47 years and counting Norman Watt-Roy’s been the face with the bass and, despite being just a couple of years away from collecting his pension, he’s showing no signs of slowing down, in fact this is his second gig at the Hare and Hounds in less than 12 months.‘Watt’ a trooper.


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Wilko Johnson I was due to review Wilko Johnson at the Robin2 at the end of last year, but his tour was cancelled. Fans were stunned when it was then announced that the celebrated guitarist and songwriter had been diagnosed with terminal pancreatic cancer. That might have been the end of his musical story, except that Wilko has defiantly chosen to launch a farewell tour. Everyone in the audience at the Robin2 tonight knows that the gig is going to be a momentous event.


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