Anything by The Alarm?
Under The Moon Of Love - Showaddywaddy.BTWEast KilbrideAviemoreGlenrothesLinlithgowAberdeenand Kilmarnockare the only Scottish gigs in the band's 40th anniversary tour this year.I imagine they'll be playing all the hits so not to be missed.There's not enough Showaddywaddy on GIO.
"They will have gig goers rocking in the aisles up and down the land" Yeah - on their zimmers!!
Do they always play both of their hits?
Ahem..During a time when the charts actually meant something they had 23 Top 40 hits. Nine Top fives (inc a number one - the above). One of their Greatest Hits albums supposedly topped the charts too but I havent been able to confirm that.
Adam, Greatest Hits (1976-1978) was top of the Hit Parade.
Trocadero is my favourite. Great lp.
Romeo Challenger was some dude... suspected faither to Dion Dublin, played at youth level with Peter Shilton not to mention being a pop-star. Now compare that to those in JLS, One True Voice etc!
Men were men back in the day!BTW the climbing clubs Burns Supper is in Glen Feshie this weekend... "I'm just going out. I made be sometime."
May be Mr Oates?
BTW be careful out there ☺
Glen Feshie? In the snow? With that cold?
Ee Glen, fish
24 down: Shergar bum
Roaming Roots Revue tribute to Levon Helm at Celtic Connections last night - what an amazing concert. An astonishing line-up, each of whom did something of their own and something of the Band's catalogue. Brilliant.