4 out of 5 stars ain’t bad at all – Verden Allen cops these and a salutary, upbeat review for new album ‘No one knows’ from Dmitry Epstein at Let It Rock ...
Mott The Hoople's Verden Allen is in conversation with Jason Barnard at The Strange Brew and you can join them now.
Mott The Hoople organist Verden Allen in interview with Australia's Sandy Kaye discusses new album 'No One Knows' ...
A new solo album from Mott The Hoople co-founder, Verden Allen and the ironically-titled ‘No One Knows’ affirms the world-celebrated band’s keyboard player as an original composer and performer.
High octane ’70s rock/metal five-piece Jerusalem taped this self-titled release for the cult Deram label back in 1971. Produced in London by Deep Purple’s Ian Gillan and released the following year, it’s as heavy as anything doing the rounds back in the day, unconstrained by peer influences or pressure.
Ray Fenwick, whose last recordings of film and TV instrumental music were released by Singsong Music in 2021, was a British guitarist of calibre advanced enough to sustain a 60-year career.
Rod Clements and Rab Noakes present their craft as writers and players in exclusive UK live dates month (April 2022).
Promoting a Lindisfarne gig? Here's some useful guidance to generate ticket sales and make the most of the event ...
Fun-loving Anglo/Celtic/American rock band Zebras Don’t Smoke beat back lockdown last year with a hugely-entertaining album of ABBA covers in ‘Don’t Mention The Swedes’. Now the group returns this time with a very different proposition in this often raucous celebration of the recordings of US-based female singer-songwriters: Nashville’s Anne McCue and Marin County’s Bonnie Raitt.
Former Deep Purple vocalist Ian Gillan’s 70’s foray into rock fusion has been revaluated in the present day for qualities of innovation and audacity audiences missed at the time.