Moon Safari appear on Cruise to the Edge and they are a band that know their way around a good melody and amazing harmony vocals. They plan to release ‘Himlabacken Vol.2’ later this year.
Cheap Trick have started work on new music as they continue their current purple patch of releasing new music.
Vocalist Oni Logan has left Lynch Mob again and plans to work on a new project in 2018.
Lawless will start work on new music although no release date has been given.
FM release their new album ‘Atomic Generation’ on Frontiers on March 23rd.
80’s rockers Salty Dog have ‘Lost Treasures’ released on Escape Music on March 23rd.
Clive Nolan said in a recent Facebook post that Arena will start recording their new album this week.
PENDRAGON – 40th anniversary shows
November 9th 229 – London – UK
November 10th The Boerderij – Zoetermeer – NL
November 11th Z7 – Pratteln – CH
Adding a bit of metal are Accept who play London’s KOKO on February 8th. They will be kindly doing a social media post on the day.
JAN 16 Haus Auensee Leipzig · Leipzig, Germany
JAN 17 Huxleys Neue Welt · Berlin, Germany
JAN 19 Zentrum Strohofer Geiselwind · Geiselwind, Germany
JAN 20 Zlin, Czech Republic
JAN 21 Budapest, Hungary
JAN 23 Milano, Italy
JAN 24 Zurich, Switzerland
JAN 26 Barcelona, Spain
JAN 27 Madrid, Spain
JAN 28 Bilbao, Spain
JAN 30 Saint Etienne, France
FEB 1 Elysée Montmartre Paris, France
FEB 2 Saarbrücken, Germany
FEB 3 Lausanne, Switzerland
FEB 4 Frankfurt, Germany
FEB 6 Eindhoven, Netherlands
FEB 7 Antwerpen, Belgium
FEB 8 KOKO London
FEB 9 Oberhausen, Germany
FEB 11 Copenhagen, Denmark
FEB 12 Oslo, Norway
FEB 14 Gothenburg, Sweden
FEB 15 Stockholm, Sweden
FEB 17 Turku, Finland
FEB 18 Helsinki, Finland
FEB 23 St. Petersburg, Russian Federation
FEB 24 Moscow, Russia
FEB 26 Yekaterinburg, Russia
FEB 27 Samara, Russia
Posted this a year ago and still no sign of any of these five bands reforming. I do think Steve Perry and Journey will reunite at some point even if just for one show.
As for the others Slade and XTC no chance sadly, however I hold out hope for Skagarack and Semisonic 🙂
I was thinking with all these recent big name musicians passing away it must make sense for some of these bands to make-up and do at least one more show.
Top of that list for me has to be Journey reuniting with Steve Perry. Perry has changed his stance to ‘never say never’ and Carlos Santana could prove a unlikely catalyst to this happening.
Slade, one of the few 70’s rock bands with all the original members still with us. Not likely I know and we do have Dave Hill and Don Powell touring as Slade II, but wouldn’t Noddy Holder and Jim Lea fancy just one more gig maybe? I doubt it sadly.
XTC were down just to Andy Partridge and Colin Moulding by the time they called it a day. A falling out between the two seemingly put paid to any more XTC, however with Steven…
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Black Moth play the Boston Music Room in London on February 8 and delighted to have them involved.
Their third album “Anatomical Venus” is available to pre-order now and it is out on 23 Feb.
FEB 07 The Hope and Ruin, Brighton
Space Elevator have announced UK tour dates for May…
Arena tour playing their ‘The Visitor’ album in full…
The Narrow Plains release a new single ‘I Should’ve Known’ through Spectra Music on February 2nd –
Their new album Firepower is released on March 9 via Sony Music.