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Marillion first played the Royal Albert Hall in 2017, appearing with a string quartet, another first. It was intimate and inspiring, and the DVD is essential viewing, perfectly replicating the sense of occasion and how to get the most out of this venue. Marillion – With Friends from the Orchestra …

There are blues musicians, and there is Joe Bonamassa. Tonight is the last run of three sold out shows at The Royal Albert Hall, to mark ten years since his first appearance here, a suitably majestic venue to witness a display of blues rock that was in another dimension. Words: Liz …
Wilko Johnson packed out the Royal Albert Hall and there was much to celebrate. Officially the event was to mark his 70th birthday earlier this year, after recovery from a once terminal cancer diagnosis, and this year also sees the thirty-five year anniversary of the Wilko Johnson band, formed after leaving Dr Feelgood.

Wilko Johnson packed out the Royal Albert Hall and there was much to celebrate. Officially the event was to mark his 70th birthday earlier this year, after recovery from a once terminal cancer diagnosis, and this year also sees the thirty-five year anniversary of the Wilko Johnson band, formed after …
Despite the sad passing last year of founder member Chris Squire, the big man was certainly not forgotten. Support act Moon Safari played an inimitable and powerful set of modern day prog ended with a neat dedication to Squire with an acapella version of 'Constant Bloom ' delivered with high harmonies.

Despite the sad passing last year of founder member Chris Squire, the big man was certainly not forgotten. Support act Moon Safari played an inimitable and powerful set of modern day prog ended with a neat dedication to Squire with an acapella version of ‘Constant Bloom ‘ delivered with high …
Paul Rodgers' latest venture, 'The 'Royal Sessions', is a collaboration with Memphis blues and soul musicians, an album that brings back the heady days of the late 60s when English musicians were the catalyst for bringing this music into the mainstream paving the way for the hard rock and Metal scene.

Paul Rodgers’ latest venture, ‘The ‘Royal Sessions’, is a collaboration with Memphis blues and soul musicians, an album that brings back the heady days of the late 60s when English musicians were the catalyst for bringing this music into the mainstream paving the way for the hard rock and Metal …
The Royal Albert Hall

Now in it’s sixth year and for the second year running the Sunflower Jam is held at the grandoise Royal Albert Hall to raise money in a commitment to improve the treatment and care of patients with pancreatic cancer. The fund rasing charity was set up by Jacky Paice, the …