Precisely 30 years ago, in 1991, if you’d asked my 16 year old self what her favourite band was, she would have replied without hesitation that it was Jesus Jones.
It’s not often you experience a full-on time-warp moment, but on stepping inside the Electric Ballroom, that’s exactly what happened to me.
My final gig of June 2017 was my first Robbie Williams gig in nearly 20 years.
My autumn of Manics gigs came to a close with this duo of Q&A plus acoustic set shows from the boys.
Following the Manics’ triumphant Cardiff shows for the NHS in September, I was itching to see the band again on their main tour for The Ultra Vivid Lament.
I have to admit, I was not in the most gigtastic of spirits as I set out for the RAH this night. The weather was intensely warm and humid, giving this October night an eerie, otherworldly feel.
All the gigs of my life: Gig 143 – Manic Street Preachers, Thursday, June 22, 2017, Bristol Harbourside (Bristol Sounds)
A breezy harbourside Manics experience.
It was the summer of 2017, and a season of gigs was upon me, starting with these two miraculous shows from Take That.
Manic Street Preachers at the Motorpoint Arena Cardiff, Sunday 19th and Monday 20th of September 2021
The Manics in Cardiff, playing two gigs for the NHS, at the top of their game. It doesn’t get much better than that.
A sweltering Saturday night engulfed in the sounds and sights of Bicep.