Tuesday, June 2, 2020

Live Review: Angie McMahon – Night & Day Cafe, Manchester

Back in June 2018, Angie McMahon played one of the biggest shows of her young career when she graced the Royal Albert...

Live Review: Lucy Spraggan – Newcastle Student’s Union

Arriving for the last song of Soham De, the first support of the night, you could feel there was something magical inside this particular...

Live Review: Andrew Combs – Gullivers, Manchester

The latest stint on the road by Nashville troubadour Andrew Combs appears to have been instigated for a couple of reasons, but...

Live Review: Charlie Cunningham & Blind Pilot – Irving Plaza, NYC

Charlie Cunningham gave a mesmerizing opening performance for Blind Pilot at New York's Irving Plaza. Hailing from England, Cunningham separates himself from the ever...

Live Review: Gill Landry – St. Mary’s Church, Chester

It is perhaps unsurprising that Gill Landry is currently exploring the more provincial regions of the UK on his current tour. The...

Live Review: Ben Howard – O2 Apollo, Manchester

Last week, Ben Howard played two sell out shows to eager fans at Manchester’s 02 Apollo. Audiences over the two nights were...

Live Review: Father John Misty – The Greek Theatre, Los Angeles

It was a dry, chilly (by LA standards) evening as the Greek Theatre buzzed with growing excitement in the moments leading up to Father...

Live Review: Shakey Graves – Terminal 5, NYC

A few weekends ago, Shakey Graves brought his raging vocals and aggressive singer/songwriter spirit to Terminal 5 in Manhattan, New York. What made the...

Live Review: Of Monsters and Men – Manchester Academy 1

It's not often that we disagree here at Thank Folk For That, but the new record from Iceland's Of Monsters and Men...

Live Review: Conor Oberst – The Greek Theater, LA

Currently touring his latest album Salutations, backed by the awesome Felice Brothers, Conor Oberst had the somewhat unfortunate luck to be playing the Greek...