So the Never Neverland Express and Maet Live stormed into the Town Hall Friday and Saturday night playing to sell out audiences.
From the set and lighting to the singers and band I have to say this is one of the most professional tribute bands I have seen, and that from a life long Meatloaf fan ( I must have seen him at least a dozen times).
The vocals were powerful and clear courtesy of Craig Halford and the backing singers Jodey Lea and Melissa Gardner. The rest of the band were played brilliantly special mention to Adam Willis great guitar work.
The set was littered with all the hits you would expect and a few surprises you wouldn’t necessarily expect. I would definitely recommended this show it was a classic rock and roll night out with the audience up and dancing
The Modfather and Gallagher brothers in the shape of Definitely Maybe and Changing Man arrived at the Town Hall on Friday night for a night of classic Oasis and Jam tunes.
Definately Maybe are the UK’s longest established Oasis tribute act and you can see why their are hugely admired and very successful. Lead singer Ian bears an uncanny resemblance to Liam and has the knack of sounding like him too. Paul Mitchell takes up the reigns as Noel and mimics the riffs and lead breaks with such precision you’d think you were listening to the CD. Playing a selection of hits from all the Oasis albums they went down a treat with the crowd.
Changing Man are the ultimate Weller tribute mimicking the live set up with an attention to detail that is second to none. Playing classic Jam hits mixed with classic Weller solo material and excellent set of music.