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'Formed in New Jersey in 1986, heavy metal hair gurus Skid Row became the hard rock prototypes of the early '90s metal scene...Led by Sebastian Bach (no relation to Johann), Skid Row attracted fans who were previously conditioned by bands such as Bon Jovi, Motley Crue and Guns 'n' Roses.' (Rolling Stone).
The band is now fronted by ZP Theart.
The Outlaw Orchestra, formed in 2016, are a powerhouse four piece, based in the Deep South UK, comprising of drums, banjo, guitar and double bass. Hard Southern Rock through to Cajun/Dixie/Country and Flamenco described as “A melting pot of styles from American Southern rock, British 70’s rock, Louisiana roots to bluegrass”.
The sound is a unique blend which showcases the musical talent which each band member brings to the fold, having the musical maturity to mix high energy with moody soulful rock. With their debut ten track CD released, they have drawn comparisons with Humble Pie, The Black Crowes through to the Cosmic American country genre.
The Rising souls are an all original 4 piece thumping blue eyed soul band. Hailing from Edinburgh, these lads have been together for just over 2 years and have never failed to impress an audience. With powerful vocals, catchy melodies and dynamic rhythm this band is a must see live. With an album and German tour under their belts these lads are on the ascendancy.
Since their formation in late 2010, this spunky Scottish 3-piece have been solidly gigging in clubs and festivals both at home and abroad. Their high octane, energy fuelled performances secure them even more dedicated fans and rave reviews from far and wide.
The ‘Pat McManus Band’ are a powerful three piece Blues/Rock Trio, headed up by the former “Mama’s Boys’ and ‘Celtus’ guitarist/violinist virtuoso and true gent Pat McManus (AKA ‘The Professor’).The ‘PMB’ line-up is completed by two other Irish musicians,the powerful drummer Paul Faloon and bassist Marty McDermott,both of whom have served their time with a variety of top Irish acts and as top session men working all over the globe.
Diamond Head are an English heavy metal band formed in 1976 in Stourbridge, England. The band is recognised as one of the leading members of the new wave of British heavy metal movement and is acknowledged by thrash metal bands such as Metallica and Megadeth as an important early influence.
Pete Way is an English bass player. He is best known as the bassist in UFO with whom he played for 31 years. Way is also known as a founding member of Waysted and Fastway and has played with Michael Schenker Group and Ozzy Osbourne.
Hailing from the northeast town of Whitley Bay, The Tygers were one of the original 80s New Wave of British heavy metal bands signed to Neat Records - now reformed and building on their awesome reputation as a live band.
Praying Mantis are mainly remembered for having been a leading light in the 1980s New Wave of British Heavy Metal. The Band only produced one album before metamorphosing into Clive Burr's Escape and then Stratus. Then it seemed obscurity. However, thanks to the Japanese audience, Mantis reformed at the start of the 1990s and have been going well ever since.
Influenced by great bands of both past and present, The Brink boys bring new life and energy to the table of today's current Rock scene
Weaving delicate harmonies, both vocal and instrumental, together with hard driven rock riffs, they have created a fresh sound with a background fuelled by great influences to create fist pumping anthems and solid rock ballads producing a fresh young look, a live performance filled with excitement and vivacity.