James Ellis returns to Cardiff's Chapter Arts Centre to see Steven Elliott pay tribute to soul poet legend Leonard Cohen.
There aren’t many bigger bands in the UK than Bring Me The Horizon, a band that have grown from metalcore upstarts into full on arena pop rock icons.
Ex-Genesis member Steve Hackett and his collection of talented musicians take to the road on another lengthy UK tour, this time playing 1977 Genesis live album Seconds Out in its entirety.
What better way to start the Bay Series at Alexandra Head in Cardiff Bay than with a band that does live as gloriously as their prolific studio work? Biffy Clyro are here, and the crowd are eager for some respite and sheer entertainment amidst this unpleasantness.
After 17 quiet months, bank holiday Monday saw live music back in the heart of Cardiff once more, under the banner Live & Unlocked.
Wendy James is still full of rock’n’roll vim and hungry to gig three decades after Transvision Vamp, the lurid pop-punk band that made her a star, went their separate ways. She and her band are touring the UK for the entirety of September, including two Welsh dates, as she enthuses to Carl Marsh.
Watched by a socially distanced crowd of just 150, in a hall well over 10 times that capacity, and with rigorous COVID security measures in place, this was a strange setting for the return of the Manic Street Preachers.