Category Archive: Gig Reviews & Galleries

Rockathon 2016 Review

One of the great things about photographing and reviewing concerts is having the opportunity to get up close and personal with some pretty famous – and occasionally iconic – artists from the music… Continue reading

James Brown is Annie Single Launch at Hard Rock Edinburgh

James Brown is Annie took over Hard Rock Edinburgh last night to launch their latest single ‘(You Got to) Get Up to Get Down’. And with the promise of a seven song set from… Continue reading

Cast Embark on UK Tour

For an all too short period during the second half of the nineties, Cast vied for Britpop supremacy with the likes of Suede, Oasis, Pulp and Blur. And although the Britpop movement slowed and… Continue reading

Toseland Live at Stereo, Glasgow

It’s been pretty hard to miss the big stooshie surrounding Axl Rose’s potential appointment as temporary lead singer for AC/DC. Not only has cyberspace been filled with it, now I’ve just gone and brought… Continue reading

The Quireboys Live at the O2 ABC Glasgow

We at decibelROGUE never need to be asked twice if we’d like to go out and join in the annual St Partick Day celebrations. It’d be downright rude not to after all! And even though this years’… Continue reading

Fun Lovin Criminals Live at the Barrowlands Glasgow

Back in my teenage days, if somebody had tried to talk to me about a record that had been released twenty years previously, I’d probably have stared back at them blankly. Twenty years ago? That’s… Continue reading

James Grant Gig Review

Every time I go to one of James Grant’s concerts, he seems to have more musicians onstage with him than the last time I saw him. The first time I saw him live was… Continue reading

Turin Brakes Live at the O2 ABC Review

If you’re anything like me, you’ll probably have a whole load of artists and bands whose albums you’ve been meaning to listen to for ages, or you’ve been itching to see live for… Continue reading

Eddi Reader and the Scottish National Jazz Orchestra Review

We couldn’t let January 25 pass without celebrating the 257th Birthday of Rabbie Burns in some way. Happily, Eddi Reader and the Scottish National Jazz Orchestra were appearing at Glasgow’s Royal Concert Hall as… Continue reading

Skerryvore Live at the Old Fruitmarket

I hate having to leave things like parties, pubs and gigs early. I really do. I just seem to have this strange compulsion which makes me want to be the last one out the door.… Continue reading