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Marillion Weekend 2007
Latest News - Concert News
Wednesday, 06 September 2006
"The band have made their decisions for the performances planned over the three nights at Marillion Weekend 2007 set to take place 2-5 February 2007 Center Parcs Port Zélande, Ouddorp, Holland. The specific schedule is still being worked out, but Marillion's 3 sets will consist of the following:

FRIDAY NIGHT: A 10th-anniversary complete album performance of This Strange Engine, followed by a short set of never-before-heard new songs from the upcoming "album 14"
SATURDAY NIGHT: Covers and rarities. A combination of cover versions selected by each member of the band, plus a collection of Marillion songs rarely - or NEVER BEFORE - played live.

SUNDAY NIGHT: Marillion's Favourites. The band members will each select their favourite Marillion songs and perform the 'ultimate Marillion set'. Also, expect a few surprises on the last night!

Support acts currently confirmed for the weekend include: A Day's Work, Gazpacho, Jason Hart, Mr. So and So, The Sad Song Co., Steve Thorne, The Wannabeatles. Performance times have not yet been confirmed, but will be announced as plans are finalised.

Last Updated ( Wednesday, 06 September 2006 )
High Wheel signs with Progress
Latest News - Music News
Wednesday, 06 September 2006

The fantastic prog act High Wheel from Germany, has signed with Progress Records in Sweden.

First High Wheel album out will be a 2CD Live album to be released in late November 2006.

Their four - sold out - studio albums will be re-mastered and re-released with improved booklets during spring 2007.

It seems to be a really interesting spring for Progress Records and progressive rock lovers in general as the label will also release new albums from Galleon, Cross, Magic Pie and Grand Stand during first half of 2007. Planned release schedule is: Galleon (January), Cross (February), Magic Pie (April), Grand Stand (June).

Last Updated ( Wednesday, 06 September 2006 )
Thomas Johnson (ex Anglagard) joins Thieves Kitchen
Latest News - Music News
Wednesday, 06 September 2006
I guess it's necessary to have actually been in a band to appreciate how difficult it can be sometimes to get 5 people together in the same room to play and write music. With the best will in the world - and the best of intentions - everyday life seems to have got in the way of our plans for 2006. Careers in the everyday world, holidays, geography and house moves, to name just a few factors, have all taken their toll on the original schedule which we had set for the new CD...

All is not lost, however. We have written about 45 minutes of the material that will go to comprise the new album, and we're delighted with the way things are sounding. A new TK song is never something that can be bashed out in 2 minutes - both the compositional process and the subsequent learning involve much torment and torture! This time there is a lot of our hearts and souls going into the music, and the results - from the delicate 'When The Moon Is In The River Of Heaven' to the jazzy complexity of 'Tacenda For You' (all working titles, of course!) - are delighting us.

We made much in the last update of our new member and the skills and influences he is able to bring to the music - and of course, this has fuelled much speculation and rumour as to just whom that person might be. It is quite thrilling for us to welcome to the TK fold the immense talents of one of the guiding lights of 90's progressive rock - formerly with the legendary band Anglagard - from Sweden, please welcome Thomas Johnson on keyboards!

We hope to add further updates to the site soon - aside from a complete revamp, we should have photos of the new line-up and MP3's of the new material up in the not-too-distant future. Please do keep checking back. As for the new CD itself - we certainly expect to have completed the writing process by the end of the year at the latest. 2007 will see recording and release as soon as we are completely happy with the new songs, and we plan to follow that with a significant string of gigs including (we hope) another foray into the USA later in the year or in 2008.

Last Updated ( Wednesday, 06 September 2006 )
The Who
Latest News - Music News
Wednesday, 06 September 2006
The Who to release first studio album for 24 years
Artists: The Who

Endless Wire, the forthcoming studio album by The Who, is to be released via Universal on October 30.

The band's last record was released 24 years ago. That's 1982's It's Hard, since you asked.

The Who are to tour northern America soon, where new songs are expected to be aired. Among the new compositions expected to make the Endless Wire cut are 'Wire & Glass', 'Man In A Purple Dress' and 'Mike Post Theme'.
Last Updated ( Wednesday, 06 September 2006 )
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