Timing is everything in rock ‘n’ roll, and I imagine it’s a lesson to which Liam Gallagher can attest. And Liam delivered his testimony in a sold-out show at the Lincoln Theatre on Saturday.
Englishman Steven Wilson rocked 9:30 Club on Tuesday, playing songs from his new solo album, To the Bone, released last year via Caroline International, as well as songs from his progressive rock band, Porcupine Tree.
What do we call it when you get super into an album 2 weeks after the band’s tour comes through your area? B/c I have that w/ the BSS album.
— Kyle GustafSon Heung-Min (@kgustafson) October 23, 2017
Is there a worse feeling than this?
Last year, Beth Ditto released her solo debut album, Fake Sugar, via Virgin Records. She performed at U Street Music Hall not long afterward but she returned Saturday for a second and bigger round at 9:30 Club. Kyle was there to shoot the show.
There are worse ways to spend Valentine’s Day than getting your face melted off by Sleigh Bells’ monster riffs and senses-assaulting light show in a very crowded 9:30 Club.
In case you were wondering how Noel Gallagher is feeling about his solo career in relation to that of his former band Oasis, a quick glance at his current tour’s setlist should set you straight. At The Anthem on Monday, The Chief opened with nine, count ’em, nine songs from his post-Oasis solo career, including the first four songs in order from his latest solo effort, Who Built the Moon?