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16/11/1989 - Wilko Johnson/The Price

“We arrived half way through The Price’s set to find an excited audience of spotty sixth form groupies doing their best to appear trendy. I long for a return to the days when an encore was given only when demanded by the audience. 182 more words

Multiple Award-Winning BEARDED THEORY FESTIVAL is back in 2016 with LEVELLERS + BILLY BRAGG

The mutli-award winning family-friendly festival BEARDED THEORY has announced dates for 2016.

The Ninth Year of this superb UK festival will take place Thursday 26th and Sunday 29th May 2016… 241 more words

Raw Ramp Music Mag

Canvey Island Discs #3: Oil City Thames Delta Blues

Dr Feelgood, the closest British rock got to deep down South homesick Blues. Four working class guys in suits, fronted by the alternative creased suit thin White Duke Lee Brilleaux and driven, until his meltdown, by the deranged machine gun lead guitar of Wilko Johnson. 472 more words


0429 | The Ecstasy Of Wilko Johnson

One of the first documentaries I reviewed on this blog was Oil City Confidential, a wonderful film by Julien Temple about the 70s rock act Dr Feelgood that develops into a historical piece about Canvey Island on the Thames Estuary. 522 more words

Film Reviews

Wilko Johnson

Wilko Johnson performing in concert, supporting Status Quo, at the Barclaycard Arena, Birmingham – December 5,2015

© Jason Sheldon / Junction10 Photography. ALL Rights reserved. 25 more words

Photo Journal

STATUS QUO at the HYDRO – 4th December 2015

This was the first time I had ever decided to go to see Status Quo despite almost everyone in my class at school having been to see them when we were still at school! 399 more words

Caught Live: Status Quo (with Wilko Johnson), EchoTwo Liverpool 1 December 2015

It’s been a good few years since last I saw the Quo live; I even missed the ‘Frantic Four’ reunion shows of a couple of years back (mainly because the nearest venue to me was the Manchester o2 Apollo, a venue I now dislike so much I’d rather miss the band than set foot in there ever again). 989 more words