Rated 4 out of 5 by Normandy23 from Fantastic support bands First band on was Hand of Dimes, they were great and got the crowd going with some great original tunes. Lead singer and guitarist, Nev MacDonald was on fire with great vocals. Neil Garland is the keyboard player showing great skills with the occasional harmonica adding a full tight sound. Next band on was Buck & Evans. Another great band from South Wales. Brilliant vocal and keyboards from Sally Ann Evans. Fabulous guitar work from the talented Chris Buck backed up by Dominic Hill on bass and Bob Richards on drums. A must see band if you like your rock with a bit of soul. Headliners were of course FM. To me they sounded quite an ordinary rock band and they had two hard acts to follow. They were OK.
Date published: 2016-12-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by Tim 69 from Brilliant gig It was the 2nd time I've been to this very iconic venue and another very enjoyable evening. Will be there again on Tuesday 29th. Fm were brilliant and also a great performance from the excellent Bernie Marsden, who was the support.
Date published: 2016-11-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by PQFM from FM deliver the goods as always! The opening act of the night was Bernie Marsden who played an excellent acoustic set that included several classic Whitesnake songs from his time in the band. Almost as good as Bernie's expert guitar playing however was his interaction with the crowd. Addressing them before playing his first song as well as in between most songs, he is down to earth and provided many interesting and funny stories that were always welcome. As for the main event, I have seen FM five times now (four of them this year!) and they never disappoint. They are top class musicians who play with bags of enthusiasm. Steve Overland's voice is still one of the very best around and they don't call him "The Voice" for nothing! Playing their classic debut album 'Indiscreet' in its entirety (to celebrate the 'Indiscreet 30' album and the 30th anniversary of the original release) along with a fine selection of songs from their second album 'Tough It Out' as well as songs from two of their most recent albums 'Heroes and Villians' and 'Rockville' made for a near perfect selection of songs. Just to make it that little bit more special, Bernie joined FM on stage towards the end of their set to play guitar with them for performances of two classic Whitesnake songs, including that one everyone knows! There's no doubt that FM's first performance at this venue was a success!
Date published: 2016-11-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by Susyalicia from The best concert ever Good location for concerts, great sound and view, good staff
Date published: 2016-11-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by Karen 51 from Best gig of the year . Went to the gig with some friends and family. Met other fans there and had a great night. FM were fantastic as usual.
Date published: 2016-11-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by Shell Dare from Brilliant as usual I went to this event with my husband Richard, it was brilliant and brought back so many amazing memories cause this was the first concert we saw when we started dating in the same venue and we have been together over 31 years
Date published: 2016-11-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by Poetic Verse from Fabulous evening was had by all!! I've seen FM many times and is always an outstanding gig. Made extra special by Bernie Marsden with his humour and guitar rifts.. a most enjoyable evening @ The Rescue Rooms, just gotta love the place, Thanks Again T X
Date published: 2016-10-31