Next month as part of the band’s ‘We Can Fly Tour 2018‘, Space Elevator make their first visit to Leo’s The Red Lion, a venue steeped in history.
With the band’s second album, ‘Space Elevator II‘, will be released on Steamhammer/SPV on May 25. UK, Europe, Japan, Scandinavia, Russia, U.S.A. and Canada. RoW tbc.
It can be pre-ordered on Blue Vinyl and CD at: http://spaceelevatorband.com/store/
UK TOUR – MAY 2018. (click on venue name for ticket ordering)
17th May 2018
, 47 Stoney Street, Sutton-in-Ashfield, Mansfield, Nottinghamshire NG17 4GH
18th May 2018
Kings St Bathgate, EH48 1AX
19th May 2018
The Old Courts
Wigan, Lancs, WN1 1NA
20th May 2018
, Stoke-On -Trent Staffs, ST6 5PD
24th May 2018
Bucks Students’ Union
High Wycombe, Bucks HP11 2JZ
25th May 2018
31st May 2018
162 Cowley Road, Oxford, OX4 1UE
15th June 2018
Leo’s The Red Lion
Crete Hall Road, Gravesend, Kent, DA11 9AA
29th July 2018
Cambridge Rock Festival
Horseheath Lodge, Dean Road, Horseheath, Cambs, CB21 4PT
RPR Media UK/ Rockposer Dot Com & Kent BluesRockFest are pleased to announce the full line-up for ‘Rock The Red Lion‘, a night of great rock which is being held at Leo’s The Red Lion, the legendary venue which is celebrating ‘40 years of live music‘ in 2018.
The event is being held on Saturday 15th September 2018. Doors open at 4pm.
Headliners Bad Touch are making their first visit to the venue as are Burnt Out Wreck, fronted by ex Heavy Pettin’s Gary Moat. The remaining two bands, Black Whiskey and The Angelo Tristan Band are making a welcome return to Leo’s after their superb performances at this year’s Fibrofest.
Tickets are now available to order from Here
Tickets can be ordered Here
Tickets can be ordered Here, only £10.00 for six bands with all proceeds going to Fibromyalgia Action UK
3G was a much anticipated event at what I regard as one of my favorite venues, Leo’s The Red Lion in Northfleet, Kent.
Comprising three bands, the evening promised a night of blues & classic rock. Kicking off proceedings was local blues rock band Big River.
Lead guitarist Damo Fawsett, the person who organized the whole event, laid down some superb riffs, backed up by vocalist Adam Bartholomew, Luke Calvert on drums and Ant Wellman on bass. Certainly a band to keep an eye on (they’ll be opening this year’s Fibrofest)
Next up we had Dean Howard (Cats In Space) take to the stage, his band also having fellow ‘Cat’ Paul Manzi on vocals/guitar. A fantastic set with Paul Manzi once again proving why he’s such a great vocalist. The twin guitar sound from Dean & Paul worked really well.
And the evening’s final guitar….the legend that is Dave ‘Bucket’ Colwell. His band consisting of Ross McEwen on guitar, Clive Edwards on drums, David Boyce on bass, Linda Kelsey-Foster on keyboards, and Grant Foster taking on vocal duties. With this kind of line up you know it’s going to be a corker! And corker it was, taking us through a mixture of classic tracks including of course Bad Company.
Rounding the evening off was an ‘All Star’ jam, with all three guitarists taking to the stage, Adam Bartholomew, Paul Manzi and Grant Foster taking it in turns to supply the vocals.
For those of us who were at a jam packed Leo’s, we were treated to a fantastic night. For those of you who missed it…….don’t miss the next one.
The Kent Bluesrockfest returns for the 5th time to Leo’s Red Lion on Saturday September 23rd 2017. With another steller line up of bands and artists tickets are selling fast.
You can book tickets Here
Tickets can be ordered Here
Albany Down and Southbound make a welcome return to Leo’s on April 1st.
Tickets on sale now https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/date/325850
Fibrofest is back, and once again all proceeds are going to Fibromyalgia Action UK
We’re delighted that for this the second Fibrofest, we have sponsorship from Blackstar Amplification and our friends at AOR Blvd Records, plus we make a welcome return to one of our favorite venues, Leo’s Red Lion.
Tickets can be bought Here
If you cannot make it, then donations to FMA UK can be made Here
We raised over £1300 in 2016 and would love to double it to help support a small but worthy charity which supports people with fibromyalgia.
The full line-up for Fibrofest 2017 has now been revealed and it’s one which lends itself to being a rather special night. Having raised £1500 for Fibromyalgia Action UK through this year’s inaugural Fibrofest, we look forward to raising the bar even higher next year!