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Autism Rocks: A Tribute To Prince @ Hammersmith Apollo, London

On the 25th June I travelled down to London for a show dedicated to the genius that is Prince. Organised by the brilliant charity Autism Rocks the night was not only a tribute to one of the greatest musicians that has walked the planet but was also to raise funds for the charity that supports children with Autism – a cause which Prince had supported and played shows for throughout his life. 672 more words

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The Offspring with Bad Religion

“This wasn’t one of those half-arsed, tired performances of a past-their peak band  – the sound was slick, the enthusiasm fresh and the energy electric” 656 more words

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Gig Review: @BadReligion at Hammersmith Apollo @EventimApollo June 22nd 2016 - words by @GuitarTutorRich

I’m currently sporting bruises upon bruises from the front of stage pit; my 14th Bad Religion gig was as it should be – carnage.

I’ve been watching these guys for a quarter of a century now, right back as far as their second ever UK Show at Tufnell Park Dome on July 3rd 1991. 294 more words

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The Time I Went To Watch Regina Spektor and What Happened

When Regina Spektor released her supreme album, Far, and was playing in London I of course bought tickets. Two tickets, one for me and one for, let’s call him Rafe. 1,223 more words

Kathbum in London!

Hello lovely people, once again I hope that you’re having a lovely Sunday! I’ve done a couple of hours of revision today, and it’s getting to the point where I feel confident enough to POSSIBLY sit my exams. 1,606 more words

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3 Doors Down open at Hammersmith Apollo

3 Doors Down are heading to Europe in support of their new album, ‘Us And The Night’.

The 13-date tour, which includes stops in Austria, Switzerland, and Netherlands, starts on 19 October at Berlin’s Columbiahalle, and wraps at London’s Hammersmith Apollo on 6 November 2016. 182 more words

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James Bay at Hammersmith Apollo

Wednesday 30th March ’16

Today marked the end of my Easter break.  I’d had just over a week’s holiday away from my London flat, having ventured home to get my dose of English countryside. 124 more words