The CRS Autumn season kicks off this Saturday (the1st) with the resurgent Grey Lady Down supported by former Big Big Train vocalist Sean Filkins and band at the Wesley Centre, Maltby. £12 or £10 members in advance. Doors 7pm. This is the first gig of a very busy season for us, so let’s see as much support as possible. Tickets, as usual, from www.classicrocksociety.co.uk
CRS members please note that at 2pm at the Wesley Centre we’ll have the first AGM of the new look CRS, which will include a question and answer section at the end if anyone has any thoughts or suggestions. If you cannot attend, but still have a question email: email@example.com
Our next gig is our debut at The Citadel in St Helens, with Mr So and So supported by Arkaidence. £10 / £8. Please support our new venture by buying your tickets in advance.
September 23rd. The Flower Kings (The Picturedome, Holmfirth). £18/£15. A rare UK gig from the Swedish prog legends, featuring Roine Stolt, as part of the bands tour in support of their new album.
October 13th. Gordon Giltrap and Oliver Wakeman + Chris and Dan Fry. (The Wesley Centre, Maltby). £15/£12. One of a few dates this autumn to launch their collaboration on a new album due for release later in the year. Expect both solo and duo material in the all-seated show.
October 20th. Karnataka + Unto Us. (Montgomery Hall, Wath) £14/£11. A welcome return to the new-look Karnataka after the band’s successful gig earlier this year.
November 3rd. IO Earth + The Tangent double header (Maltby).£13/£10. IO Earth, The new rising stars of Prog team up with The Tangent, one of the finest live bands in the country.
November 10th. Jump + Support (Maltby) £10/£8. A welcome return to these CRS favourites!
November 30th. Landmarq + Hollow Earth (B2, Norwich) £10/£8
December 1st. Landmarq + Final Conflict. (Maltby) £13 / £10. Tickets on sale soon. Two gigs with the resurgent Landmarq following the release of new album “Entertaining Angels”, the second a double header with Final Conflict.
December 8th. Mostly Autumn + Dead Like harry Acoustic (Montgomery Hall) £15/£12. The first CRS gig with this hugely popular band since 2010.
On Sunday 28 July 2019, David Randall celebrated his 600th show. “Assume The Position” started in June 2007 on UK City Radio before transferring a year later to Get Ready to ROCK! Radio. The show includes tracks played on the first show plus Upton Blues Festival highlights, new music and the regular features “Live Legends” and “Anniversary Rock” which this week celebrates the Island Records label 60th anniversary.
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Power Plays w/c 19 August (Mon-Fri)
BEFORE FIRE Dead Eyes (indie)
SCOTT & MARIA Never Give Up (indie)
CORELEONI Queen Of Hearts (AFM Records)
BERLIN Transcendance (Cleopatra Records)
PHIL CAMPBELL These Old Boots (Nuclear Blast)
PHIL LANZON Blue Mountain (Phil Lanzon Ditties/Cargo Records UK)
Featured Albums w/c 19 August (Mon-Fri)
09:00-12:00 SOLEIL MOON Warrior (Frontiers)
12:00-13:00 ROXY BLUE Roxy Blue (Frontiers)
14:00-16:00 DREW HOLCOMB & THE NEIGHBORS Dragons (Magnolia Music/Thirty Tigers)
Albums That Time Forgot (Mon-Fri)
JAMES STEVENSON Everything’s Getting Closer To Being Over (2013)
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