It’s been nearly 20 years since David Gray smashed into the UK charts with his superb ‘White Ladder’ album, yet there are still huge numbers of eager revelers who yearn to see him live. Indeed, the Manchester singer performed to an excitable Nottingham Royal Concert Hall on Saturday evening. My personal relationship with David Gray’s music is a nostalgic one.
Touring their 15th album ‘Living in Extraordinary Times’, indie veterans James brought their show to Nottingham’s Royal Concert Hall. On the face of it, an all seater venue seemed a strange choice for the concert, and also one that perhaps reflected a crowd in which I felt like one of the youngest in the room, but it played into the
I can only describe my experience as an absolute dream, as I had the opportunity to see Katie Melua grace the stage of the Royal Concert Hall last Monday. With the best seats in the house (a few feet away from the stage right in the centre of the crowd), I was able to feel fully immersed in the warm
After a couple of years of listening to and trying to figure out Sleaford Mods and where they stand in today’s music scene and its decline in originality, it can be said with great certainty that Jason Williamson and Andrew Fearn are delivering ideas that are bold, new and often feared. As we watched the interesting choice of supporting band,
Last night Blondie took to the stage at a sold out Royal Concert Hall for what may prove to be their last extensive UK tour. The lights dimmed and Debbie harry, the woman herself, at the ripe age of 72, took to the stage wearing a white cape with the words ‘Stop f*cking the Planet’ sprawled across the back. The
Caro Emerald has recently announced her most extensive UK tour yet – ‘The Emerald Island Tour’. The 24 date run starts in Carlisle on March 28th 2017, ends in Dublin on May 1st, and includes a return to London’s Royal Albert Hall. Speaking from the recording studio, where she is working on a new album, Caro said “A new year, new
Against hot competition from those dominating the spotlight, solo artist Kelvin Jones is making a splash in the currently over-crowded pool of singer-songwriters in Britain. This Sunday 13th March, he’ll take his husky voice to Nottingham, the supporting act for the well-established James Morrison at his Royal Concert Hall gig. As a venue with a large capacity that few debuts