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Wilko Johnson live at the William's Green Stage, Glastonbury Festival, 25th June 2015

Live Performance

Setlist:

1. All Right
2. Barbed Wire Blues
3. Unknown
4. Unknown
5. Unknown [1]

The second day at Glastonbury is when the fun starts to get interesting. 768 more words

Review

Thoughts on Glastonbury 2015

So last week I was lucky enough to get tickets to this year’s Glastonbury festival! With one of my resolutions this year being to experience more, it’s fair to say that I’ve definitely experienced a lot when I went to Glastonbury this year. 2,118 more words

General

Glastonbury Day Two: Wilko Johnson, Beans on Toast, Elle and the Pocket Belles, Silent Disco

The second day at Glastonbury is when the fun starts to get interesting. A few familiar acts start to pop up and by and by and nobody has a 50 minute pilgrimage with a 40kg weight strapped to their back to kick off the day. 285 more words

Review

Dr Feelgood’s Wilko Johnson on Shunkoin Temple in Kyoto

The rock band’s founder and guitarist found perfect tranquility in a Japanese monastery after being diagnosed with terminal cancer

Japan

Album Review: The Reverse Cowgirls - "Outskirts" (Northern Cowboy Recordings, 2015)

According to Wikipedia, Reverse Cowgirl may refer to:

  • Reverse cowgirl (sex position)
  • “Reverse Cowgirl” (song), a 2010 song on T-Pain’s album RevolveR
  • “Reverse Cowgirl” (South Park), an episode from the sixteenth season of South Park…
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James Grant

Ex Ian Dury & the Blockheads members Wilko Johnson, Norman Watt-Roy & Dylan Howe - Live Review

Blockheads

Possibly the tightest band of all time, I have heard lots of different types and genre’s of music, I have also made the effort to go to over a hundred gigs in Dublin in the last five years, mostly bands I have given a loan of my ears for years.   440 more words

Band Review Of Live Show

Vincent

This would never have made it into my top tunes without yesterday’s reminder.  Here’s another two-for-the-price-of-one song.  I love the tinkling piano at the start, followed by that complete change of tempo when Mr Dury launches into: 92 more words

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