The Flashpoint Festival returned to Rockingham Castle in Corby in July for two days of live music. Here’s a selection of photos from the opening day. Former Saturday Una Healy opened proceedings and was followed by Hue & Cry, Gabrielle, Sophie Ellis-Bextor, Marc Almond and Deacon Blue
Olly Murs and Louisa Johnson headlined Northants County Cricket Club in July. Below are a few images from the show, with the review by Kate Owens. More photos are available over at www.northamptonchron.co.uk Little boys strutting their coolest moves, little girls screaming with joy at their first concert and mums, […]
Cancer Bats kicked off their Bat Sabbath tour at the Craufurd Arms in Milton Keynes. Here’s a few photos from the gig, as well as a review I wrote for www.northamptonchron.co.uk At some point, you’re going to have to accept you’re (probably) never going to see Black Sabbath again. Bat Sabbath […]
Here’s some photos from the first stage of the 2017 Women’s Tour. The race started in Daventry and finished in Kettering.
The King Blues headlined the Picturedrome in Northampton on Saturday. Led by singer Itch, the band is out on the touring in support of their new album, The Gospel Truth – their first LP in five years. Support was by Northampton bands Karl Phillips & the Rejects and The Drunken Mandem. […]
The hugely hyped Honeyblood headlined Esquires in Bedford as part of the band’s jaunt across the UK. Support was by Doe. Honeyblood released their second album, Babes Never Die last year. The record followed their 2014 self titled debut. The Scottish duo of singer and guitarist Stina Marie Claire Tweeddale […]
Manchester’s PINS brought their Bad Thing tour to Esquires on Thursday night. Wrote a few about it which you can read here.
Dutch trio My Baby headlined Esquires as part of their Prehistoric Rhythm tour. An amazing night of psych infused blues. This was a bit of a last minute dash over to the venue, but absolutely worth it. If you’ve got the chance to check these guys out live, they come highly recommended.
So, I desperately hoped this would be a good night. Unfortunately, it wasn’t. When on form, My Vitriol are amazing, but this was far from it. I hate writing negative reviews, but it had to be done. To make matters worse, I somehow lost my entire set of photos – with […]
Paul Weller headlined a sold out Royal & Derngate on Sunday night. Joined by former Northampton men Andy Crofts on bass and Ben Gordelier on percussion, Weller went down a storm. Below is Jeremy Casey’s review of the gig which accompanied my photos: It’s not every day of the week that […]