Let’s Hear It for the Quiet Ones

Regarded as one of the most influential rock bands in history, The Who are responsible for a number of groundbreaking albums that went on to sell over 100 million records worldwide. If you ever hear anyone talking about the group, they’ll probably wax lyrical about Townsend’s incredible songwriting, Daltrey’s rasping stadium-filling voice, or perhaps the … More Let’s Hear It for the Quiet Ones

Greed Is Good

Initial success may have arrived at Bowie’s feet with the single, Space Oddity but it was the 1972 album, The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars, arriving a few years later that catapulted the boy from Brixton to stardom. Its release in June coincided with a brutal touring schedule, including … More Greed Is Good

Eight Days a Week

Before the Fab Four were fab, they played the clubs of the notorious Reeperbahn district in Hamburg for over two years. Their average schedule went something like this – each week night they’d play from 8pm to 2am, then on Saturday and Sunday, start at 6.30pm and finish around 3am. During this period The Beatles … More Eight Days a Week