My third time seeing the wonderful Delays.
My second Manics gig of 2007, and a much more thrilling affair than the previous one.
The Manics’ triumphant return in 2007 saw me a very different fan to the one I’d been before.
Fun with cubes and bowler hats: this is the Pet Shop Boys live in 2007.
What’s that coming over the hill? Is it a random gig by some mid-2000s shouty indie boys? Yes it is!
A solo outing for the Manics’ James Dean Bradfield in a legendary Camden venue.
My one and only Red Hot Chili Peppers gig. A great night which, unfortunately, I remember more for the actions of the people I was at the gig with than the band themselves.
Revisiting one of my 90s faves in the 21st century.
The outrageously triumphant return of Take That, one decade after the split that devastated a generation. It was May 2006, and something wholly unexpected and unprecedented was happening in the lives of millions of 90s pop girls: our boys were back! But in order to fully comprehend the magnitude that the return of Take That… Read More All the gigs of my life: Gig 105 – Take That, Monday, May 8, 2006, Wembley Arena
My one and only gig from the Canadian songsmith Daniel Powter. 2005 was coming to an end, and I was not too sad to see it go. It had been a difficult year for me, coloured by my ill-advised relationship with Crush Boy which had imploded in the summer as he went off with another… Read More All the gigs of my life: Gig 104 – Daniel Powter, Monday, December 19, 2005, Islington Academy