The Good, the Bad & the Queen Following the release of the culturally relevant album Merrie Land late last year, supergroup The Good, the Bad & the Queen announced a string of one off live dates around the UK. I was lucky enough to catch them at their sold out show at the prestigious London Palladium.


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Holy Holy Ziggy Stardust is probably one of the most well-known personas of David Bowie. Famously killed off in 1973 without fellow musicians knowing must have been a big shock. But Woody Woodmansey is still a Spider from Mars and hearing him drum is like re-living 1973! (for those of you who were there). Sadly, I was too young to see Ziggy first time around, but The Rise And Fall Of Ziggy Stardust is a standout album and tonight, Holy Holy are going to play that album in full.


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Bryan Ferry Trying to hold back the years, septuagenarian Bryan Ferry celebrates the re-release of the 45-year-old eponymous ‘Roxy Music’ album and some of his greatest hits at the London Palladium, he still retains the uber-cool style and panache of someone 20 years younger, and the finest sax appeal with Jorja Chalmers in his backing band.


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The Mavericks With their uptempo party tunes and general good-time vibe, The Mavericks have a wide-ranging appeal – counting country fans, Latin music lovers, jazz hounds and pop pickers among their numerous admirers.


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