Roger Daltrey

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Roger will be appearing as the  Special Guest on the up-coming “Moody Blues Cruise” – “Return to the Isle of Wight”  sailing from Miami around the Caribbean (April 2-7 2014)

If you haven’t booked your cabin and you want to catch the Cruise then hurry up – there are still a few cabins available at otherwise you could catch him at the O2 next week.

Wilko Johnson / Roger Daltrey are appearing on

Tue 25th Feb at 7:00pm @ O2 Shepherds Bush Empire, London

Wilko Johnson and Roger Daltrey will combine for a one-off date at London’s Shepherd’s Bush Empire on February 25th, celebrating the release of their new collaboration ‘Going Back Home’.
The record will arrive on March 10th through the resurrected Chess label and was recorded at Yellow Fish in Uckfield with Johnson’s touring band and producer Dave Eringa.
Johnson, former guitarist with pub rock pioneers Dr Feelgood, was diagnosed with terminal pancreatic cancer in 2013. Daltrey will donate royalties from the album to a teen cancer charity.

Roger Daltrey

As lead singer of The Who, one of the most influential rock bands of all time, Roger has notched up over 100 million record sales – including ten UK top 10 studio albums and thirteen UK top 10 singles, such as seminal classics ‘My Generation’, ‘Pinball Wizard’, and ‘Happy Jack’ amongst many others; as well as scoring four UK top 40 studio albums as a solo artist in his own right. Roger has also been winner of a string of prestigious awards and accolades in his 52 year career, including a Grammy lifetime achievement award for outstanding artist significance in music, a British Academy of Songwriters, Composers and Authors Gold Badge Award for special and lasting contributions to the British entertainment industry, and even a CBE for services to Music, The Entertainment Industry and Charity. As a member of The Who, Roger was inducted in to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1990 and the UK Music Hall of Fame in 2005.

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Wilko Johnson

The original Dr Feelgood guitarist, Johnson’s choppy guitar style and interesting dress sense kept pub-rock rocking the pubs during the 1970s. Following a stint with Ian Dury and The Blockheads, the Wilko Johnson Band was formed with ex-Blockhead Norman Watt-Roy on bass and Dylan Howe on drums, adding up to one of the most exciting r’n’b bands in the world today.

ELP Legacy: Carl Palmer

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You may not be able to see Carl in this 1970 Isle of Wight Festival photo (he’s hiding behind the cymbal!) – but you will be able to see him on the following dates –

Carl Palmer will be appearing on

Thurs 20th Feb at 7:30pm @ Birmingham Town Hall
Fri 21st Feb at 7:00pm @ Islington Assembly Hall, London
Sat 22nd Feb at 7:30pm @The Alban Arena, St. Albans
Sun 23rd Feb at 5:00pm @ St. Andrews Hall, Norwich
Thurs 27th Feb at 7:30pm @ Lighthouse, Poole
Fri 28th Feb at 7:30pm @ Hall for Cornwall, Truro
Sat 01 Mar @ Trading Boundaries, Fletching – TBC
Sun 02 Mar at 7:30pm @ Shanklin Theatre, Isle of Wight

Carl will also be appearing on the up-coming “Moody Blues Cruise” – “Return to the Isle of Wight”  sailing from Miami around the Caribbean (April 2-7 2014)

If you haven’t booked your cabin and you want to catch the Cruise – then hurry up – there are still a few cabins available at

Carl Palmer was the powerhouse drummer in rock super group Emerson, Lake and Palmer. Often called ‘the drummers’ drummer’, Carl is a renowned showman and a musician of the highest order who has entertained fans and crowds for generations and left an indelible mark on the music world. With no sign of his ever slowing down, one can only assume the best is yet to come for Carl Palmer. Fans will be ever the richer for it.

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