Superb Hard Rock – Live inStaines This Week
Land of Cain
May 16 2009
Dog & Partridge
Land of Cain is a four piece rock/metal outfit from West London. Featuring superb guitar work, a pounding rhythm section, progressive strains and thought provoking lyrics the band are becoming
a force to be reckoned with in the UK hard rock scene.
The band started life as “One Bitter Pill” in 2004, with Grant Chambers and Aaron Waddingham in the original line-up, as well as Chris Jones (now of Voodoo Six).
With the departure of Chris in late 2007, Grant and Aaron decided to take the band in a darker and heavier direction, and with the additionof Spencer Dargue on Drums and Chris Jordan on Bass, the band began writing the new material which would later evolve into the songs for their first album
“Collapse the Control”.
The band began recording the album in early 2008 at The Lodge in
Northampton, and hope to be able to release it early in 2009.
2. Saxy Lady – Jazz Live at Windsor
May 16 2009
Think saxophones, and most of us will immediately start thinking
of jazz, specifically trad jazz. No bad thing, maybe, as there are few
instruments as stunning as the saxophone and few sounds as effortlessly
beautiful as jazz. YolanDa Brown is someone who has made the instrument
truly her own as a miraculously gifted saxophonist fluent in a whole
lot more than just one genre.
As her two EPs to date, July 2007’s ‘Finding My Voice’ and
August 2008’s ‘A Step Closer’ attest to an artist who takes jazz and introduces it to all sorts: to soul, to R&B and gospel, to loping reggae and soaring Latin. She can take a sound at first emotionally raw and incontestably infectious, and make it sound like nothing else on earth. For the past three years she has performed with some of the world’s most respected artists. Selling out venues like London’s Jazz Café at the drop of a
hat and the recipient of a prestigious MOBO Award, YolanDa is in demand
and it is a great privilege that she will be appearing with her band
here at The Firestation for this very special concert.
YolanDa Brown Live In Concert
16.05.2009 20.00 h
The Auditorium – Firestation Arts Centre
£10(GA) £9(Conc) £8(Mem)
3. Powerful Indie Rock Covers – Windsor
May 16 2009
Old Ticket Hall
THE RIOTS PLAY THEIR LAST GIG AT THE OLD TICKET HALL FOR 2009. We wish them the best in their musical career. The Riots are a
Berkshire based 4 piece band playing up to the minute indie rock covers
by popular names such as Kaiser Chiefs, Razorlight, Arctic Monkeys and
Fratellis as well as a few standards by greats such as Oasis, The
Beatles and The Kinks.
Having built up a collection of toe tapping covers, the band started by
getting their first gig at The Old Ticket Hall in Windsor in 2007. They
have played many gigs since and are currently writing their own
material whilst learning up to the minute covers to keep your ears
+ DJ PLAYING 80’s &
– BAR OPEN TILL 2AM
Old Ticket Hall Windsor & Eton Riverside Station
5/8/2009 8:00 PM at AXIS
4. Classic Rock Hits – Live at Hampton
May 16 2009
Classic Rock Hits
Farmer (vocals, bass) David Farmer (drums, vocals) Gary Farmer (vocals,
guitar) Pars Evrenos (guitar)… make up the formidable local orginal
material / covers band CRY WOLF.
Described by our ADPONTES reviewer, Neil_Mach, as ” heavy, bluesy,
mature and very, very serious – thoroughly recommended” we
give them a five star rating !
5. Local Favourite Rock Party band – Live in Staines
May 15 2009
w/ Four Wheel Drive – Classic Rock
Foulplay are one of our favourite bands here in STAINES band mixing old-time rock and roll and skiffle, through to classics from the glam-rock seventies, big numbers from the New Wave of British Heavy Metal and even into modern indie rock territory
May 15, 2009 at 8pm to May 16, 2009 at 2am
Location: Sticky Fungus Music Venue
Street: Elmsleigh Road
Doors open at 8pm. £5 entry. Over 18’s only (ID required)