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The Albert Lee Band: Live – The Lowry, Salford

Reviewer: Dave Cunningham Albert Lee opens his set at The Lowry with something of a mission statement – a blistering cover of I’m Ready that confirms his willingness and ability to rock’n’roll all night.  Lee has played sideman / lead guitar for some of the greatest acts in popular music, which gives him legitimate access to a superb back catalogue. ...

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Albert Lee: Solo Tour ‘15– The Lowry, Salford

Reviewer: Dave Cunningham Country Boy, Albert Lee’s signature song, describes a city slicker longing for Country credibility. Support act Hayley McKay must be able to relate; after all her birthplace of Darlington does not seem the obvious place of origin for an aspiring Country/Folk singer. Yet McKay’s spooky Gothic reinterpretation of Dolly Parton’s Jolene, not to mention her self-penned sparse ...

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Bill Wyman’s Rhythm Kings – Harrogate Royal Hall

Reviewer: Sue Collier [Rating: 5] This cast list says it all really. There is certainly no need for a support act when the world’s finest get together to produce two and a half hours of quality music that creates such a pleasurable experience. Bill Wyman comes on stage to huge applause from a welcoming crowd. Sadly he has bad news ...

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