There’s definitely some unusual events taking place.
John Lee Hooker jr tells Dave Woodhall about growing up with a legend.
A couple of legendary names and a few legendary wannabes take the stage.
Dave Woodhall talks to T’Pau’s Carol Decker about million selling albums, touring the world and avoiding a proper job. They both have one of these things in common.
Half Man Half Biscuit hit the M6 to Bilston. Dave Woodhall is an independent witness.
Veterans, tributes and a good cause are all at Bilston.
New acts, old acts and some in between
Antonio Forcione, Uriah Heep, T Rextasy and much more at The Robin
Internet auction leaves fans disappointed.
Open sessions, Alan Merrill and the Arrows, David Bowie tribute Jean Genie and….. professional wrestling!
Lots of guitars and a few pairs of dark glasses to boot.
There’s the usual blend of old and new, with a couple of returns and some debuting faces.
It’s a bit different, if nothing else.
They may not all be household names but there’s some quality this week.
Bruce Cockburn, Macca Band, Dirty DC and the Modfathers to look forward to
Some legendary names and some who might be one day.
There’s the usual mix of something for everyone in Bilston over the next seven days.
There’s a Bank Holiday treat for soul fans at the Robin 2
A couple of legendary names from very different fields amongst others.
It’s not just Aston that’s (apparently) welcoming a Norwegian.
Young talent, old talent and something in between.
And this week we’re gonna party like it’s, er, some time in the 1980s.
There’s the usual varied line-up this week.
Something blue, something new and something that defies description.
The festive season gets underway with a mixture of legendary names and tribute acts. Well, it is Christmas.
Folk, blues and a few tributes.
Prog, tributes, prog tributes and a couple of farewells.
There’s a distinct old-style rock’n’roll feel this week.
Blues bands of varying kinds and tribute acts come to Bilston.
There’s a definite classic rock tinge to the venue.