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Darwin's Radio UK dates
Latest News - Concert News
Sunday, 24 September 2006
Coming dates for Darwin's Radio (playing RosFest 2007)  see below........
Last Updated ( Sunday, 24 September 2006 )
Le Maschera di Cera & The Watch
Latest News - Concert News
Saturday, 23 September 2006
Le Maschera di Cera from Iraly who will be seen at NearFest 2007 will be playing a special Italien gig togethe with The Watch in Versailles, France on December 9th. The gig at the Cultural Center Porchefontaine has been arranged by the organisation "Fantastiques Musiques" who promote new and innovative rock music in France.
Last Updated ( Saturday, 23 September 2006 )
Green Carnation - Dark Season Festival
Latest News - Concert News
Saturday, 23 September 2006
Norwegian prog metal masters GREEN CARNATION have been confirmed as the one of the headliners of the Dark Season Festival, set to take place November 3-4, 2006 in the band's hometown of Kristiansand. GREEN CARNATION will perform an all-acoustic set at the event, which will also feature an appearance by THE DRIFTERS, among other acts.

more below...........

Last Updated ( Saturday, 23 September 2006 )
Styx concert and dates
Latest News - Concert News
Friday, 22 September 2006

From Styx website:


Hello Friends,

We're in Long Island, New York looking forward to our show with Foreigner tonight at Jones Beach, but to be honest it's going to be tough to beat what happened last night in Cleveland. Not just tonight but for a long, long time, this memory of our concert with CYO and the chorus will be there putting a smile on our faces. If you were there, I don't have to explain a thing, but for those of you who are just hearing about it I'm not quite sure how to encapsulate it within the text this web format will allow. The good news is that it was filmed in beautifully lit, wonderfully produced, directed and recorded in High Definition for broadcast later this year. What started out as a reasonably big undertaking--having STYX perform with CYO's 115 piece orchestra and 60 member chorus for their year-end event--exploded into the season opener at Cleveland's Blossom Music Center and a full blown television production. Hey, we're STYX--anything worth doing is worth doing to the max, right?

What we witnessed was not only the orchestra and chorus embracing our music--21 challenging charts' worth--but we saw them take ownership of the music and lift it to a place we never knew existed. They were simply remarkable.

At one point during a spontaneous burst of energy, the orchestra left their seats and gathered in clusters of arms-raised dancing and grooving to the music and in the excitement the first chair cellist's instrument got knocked over and trashed. I knew that their two biggest orchestral numbers were only two songs away, one featuring this cellist in a solo at the beginning of "Fooling yourself" where he starts out all by himself. Then I saw another cellist come forward and trade instruments with him. I looked at him with a "are you cool?" sort of expression and he smiled and winked back letting me know he was indeed. And he played it the best I ever heard in any rehearsal. It was one moment after another that happened organically all night long. Afterwards some of us went to the video truck to take a look and we were blown away.

To Liza Grossman and everyone involved at CYO & company, thank you from the bottom of our hearts for inviting us into your world and letting us take you into ours. We'll be talking about this one for the rest of our days.


Tommy Shaw


More Styx dates below.......... 

Last Updated ( Friday, 22 September 2006 )
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