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Rated 5 out of 5 by Toonlad1978 from Toseland @ Think Tank? - Newcastle upon Tyne First time I have been into Think Tank? and first time I have seen Toseland after following the band for the past few years. Venue is a small and intimate affair which gives a very personal and cosy atmosphere but excellent sound and great to get up close and personal with the bands. Support act (Colour of Noise) were excellent and set the bar for Toseland as main event, which did not disappoint and had the place rocking! James had a bit banter with the crowd throughout the set and also stayed after the show for a meet and greet for those wanting photo's and signatures. All in all an excellent night from Colour of Noise and Toseland.
Date published: 2016-03-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by Penfold49 from 2 Albums in and just keeps getting better! This was the final night of a 2 week tour. The evening started with a great support band (Toseland support bands have always been great!) that got the venue rocking. Then Toseland came on stage and it was clear that the audience were going to have a great night. The combination of great music, amazing lyrics and the banter James Toseland gives throughout the show makes an experience you won't get with bigger bands. The time James gives to his fans has always been a great touch that has carried over from his WSB days. The passion JT shows for what he does will ensure this band is going somewhere and one day will be a legendary name on all rockers lips! The venue was the Think Tank in Newcastle's Life Sciences Building. The venue was small but the staging was perfect, allowing clear views for all the fans that were crowded in. If you get a chance to see Toseland, I strongly recommend you take it! As always it's a night to remember!
Date published: 2016-03-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by Sfurze from Toseland - Cradle the Rage UK tour My husband and I are huge Toseland fans and we're thrilled to see them on their opening gig at thr Hope snd Ru in in Brighton. If you get a chance you must go.
Date published: 2016-03-15
Rated 3 out of 5 by Bilt68 from Toseland were great but the Corporations PA sucked! Toseland were great but the Corporations PA sucked, no separation leaving James's vocals muffles and lost in the mix
Date published: 2016-10-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by Walker1990 from Great gig Been to see Toseland 4 times now gets better every year! Look forward to the next one.
Date published: 2016-10-13
Rated 4 out of 5 by beauzo from Two very good bands indeed Colour of Noise got things under way with a thoroughly entertaining set. None of their material ventures into uncharted territory but it is all performed with conviction, enthusiasm and no lack of skill. Their sound was excellent. The vocalist's lack of power in his upper range is the only minor blemish. James Toseland lacks for no power at all. All members of his band fulfil their roles with aplomb and they gel into an impressive unit. Most of their material to date was aired and the passion on stage reflected in equal measure by the assembled throng. Strangely the sound for the headliners was significantly less good than for the support, Toseland's sound although not terrible was decidedly muddy and indistinct, where CoN's sound was crystal clear.
Date published: 2016-03-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by Widgeney from Great show My wife and I went to see the show. We had seen the band at this venue before so we thought we knew what to expect but we were wrong. The choice of support act was great, having never heard anything by them they blew us away. Toseland hit the stage on time and were AMAZING playing a great mix of old and new songs..........the only downside was the night was over before we knew it but what a night. Come back soon guys. One thing we liked that both bands hung around after the show and took time to talk to the fans
Date published: 2016-03-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by JHarding from A real gem that I've missed out on until now! Great gig, wish I'd been to see Toseland before now. Will definitely go to see them again!
Date published: 2016-10-23