Last Friday  I was lucky enough to interview Toby Jepson, singer in Little Angels, more recently Gun and currently Fastway with Fast Eddie from Motorhead! I caught up with Toby ahead of 2 nights in The Diamond Rock Club, and heard what he had to say on the subject of a Little Angels Reunion, his joining and leaving Gun and what the future holds for all those and other bands he's been producing.


Last Updated (Sunday, 05 December 2010 13:59)

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We met up with two Gentlemen of Rock last week in the Roost. The legend that is Pat McManus and drummer in his band, Paul Faloon. Pat spent a couple of very enjoyable hours with us, chatting and telling Rock'n'Roll stories.

Last Updated (Monday, 27 January 2014 23:46)

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Unfortunately this Friday's Volbeat show has been cancelled. Refunds are available from point of purchase.

Here's the official statement from the band:
"After a strenuous sold-out tour across main land Europe and Scandinavia, Volbeat are forced to cancel their first week of UK shows. The band did personally not

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ECONOMISTS have been agonising over the slump in retail spending, despairing as to why shop receipts have been tumbling, and rending their hair working out where all the money in the economy has gone.

Traditional economic theories have been junked, the bank bail-out didn't really cost that much and we can't blame the

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 Have to mention this gig announcement for Mark - Rush playing O2 in Dublin on May 12th next year: tickets on sale 26th November
Rush - Beyond the Lighted Stage

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TEUTONIC metal stars of the eighties, Accept, are preparing  for a Belfast date at the Spring and Airbrake on the 20th March hosted by the Distortion Project. Balls the Wall people!
Blood of the Nations

Last Updated (Friday, 19 November 2010 09:36)

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Reported by Whats On Ni

Journey and Foreigner, two of the biggest names in Classic Rock have today announced that they will be heading to Ireland in June when the they play Dublin and Belfast together for the very first time.


Last Updated (Thursday, 18 November 2010 12:26)

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Guns N Roses are set to begin work on a new album and have promised it won't take the 15 years it took to release 2008's 'Chinese Democracy'.

The group are only in the early stages of writing, but have revealed that they've got "a bunch of ideas".


Last Updated (Friday, 12 November 2010 11:18)

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Robin Leach of reports: Rock icon Vince Neil said he's got bumps and bruises all over his body from falling on the ice during his daily 5-plus hours of rehearsals for ABC's upcoming Skating With the Stars premiering Nov. 22. "My right knee has taken some punishment," he told me last night at The Rio, where he hosted his 6th Annual Skylar Neil Charity Poker Tournament.


Last Updated (Friday, 12 November 2010 11:09)

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Anounced today from The Iron Maiden Site


Wed 20
Thu 21
Sat 23
Sun 24
Wed 27
Thu 28
Sun 31

Scotland, Glasgow SECC
Scotland, Aberdeen AECC P&J Arena
England, Newcastle Metro Radio Arena
England, Sheffield Motorpoint Arena
England, Nottingham Trent FM Arena
England, Manchester MEN Arena
England, Birmingham NIA
Mon 1
Wed 3
Fri 5

Wales, Cardiff CIA Arena
Northern Ireland, Belfast Odyssey
England, London O2 Arena

Last Updated (Thursday, 11 November 2010 12:11)

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Former GUNS N' ROSES guitarist SLASH is celebrating after his solo debut was named Album of the Year at the Classic Rock Roll Of Honour awards on Wednesday (10Nov10).

The rocker's self-titled offering saw off competition from acts including Kiss, Iron Maiden and Wolfmother to win the prize at the ceremony, held at London's Roundhouse venue and hosted by Alice Cooper.

Australian stars AC DC picked up the Band of the Year honour, while Led Zeppelin's John Paul Jones was given a standing ovation as he collected his Outstanding Contribution trophy.


Last Updated (Thursday, 11 November 2010 11:59)

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