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Author: David Scott
The Sage Gateshead is one of the UK’s most iconic concert venues and has hosted the biggest international names in music from Beth Hart to Joe Bonamassa, The Beach Boys to Randy Newman. It is located on the south bank of the River Tyne in North East England, overlooking the city of Newcastle upon Tyne, home of Holy Moly & The Crackers. Their performance on October 4th at Sage Gateshead was going to be extra special as the band returns after a lengthy tour of festivals across Europe. At the beginning of the decade the three original members, Conrad Bird,…
Firmly establishes Robson as a premier harp player on both sides of the Pond.
It is the chemistry between all five highly talented musicians which is what makes them special.
Looking and sounding like a rerun of the famous New York Woodstock festival which propelled Ten Years After to global stardom was the Fifty Years After Party at the record-breaking Silverstone Classic.
Despite a star-studded line up which included Jimi Hendrix, The Who and Santana it was the lesser-known provincial blues-rock band Ten Years After who were the real showstoppers.