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THE DEAD DAISIES is rated 4.9 out of 5 by 10.
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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent! Being 55 now and been to many gigs over the years, this HAS to go into my top 5 of all time!
Date published: 2018-11-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from autumn classic Superb experience thanks.Great venue with superb acoustics.Friends agreed
Date published: 2018-11-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Came for the Wagons, stayed for the Daisies Two firsts in one night - my first visit to the O2 Academy Islington, and first time seeing The Dead Daisies. And I was suitably impressed with both of them. I can't profess to being a die-hard Daisies fan; I've heard them on the radio over the years and have their 2016 album, and they're a solid rock band with some catchy tunes, but nothing super-standout that's made me go see them before. However, when UK rockers from "up north", Massive Wagons, were billed as the opener, I had to go. I saw the Wagons for the first time in early 2017, supporting The Wildhearts in Nottingham at the Rock City and they utterly blew me away - great live band! I've seen them four times since then, and already have a ticket for April next year, when they roll back into London on their Spring 2019 tour. As expected, they put on a great, albeit slightly short show (the Daisies did a full 2hr set, but it would have been nice if MW had had at least 15 mins more than they did, to get a few more of their growing hits into the set); they looked great, sounded great, and most importantly played great. And the crowed loved them. The Daisies came on about half an hour later, and proceeded to rock the place the whole night - save for an "interlude" acoustic set in the middle, at which I took the opportunity to visit both the gents and the bar, and go have a nose round the lounge/balcony area upstairs. The balcony gives great views and is VERY close to stage - not common in venues where the balcony area is usually set quite far back. Nice lounge area you can sit back and relax in too, as well as an upstairs bar that's MUCH quieter to visit than the two downstairs. The Daisies came back into their electric set and continued feeding the crowd their brand or solid rock'n'roll, with the amazing vocal prowess of John Corabi (ex Mötley Crüe) and the stunning guitar work of Doug Aldrich (Whitesnake) - these two guys are pretty much enough to sell me on the Daisies; both are wonderfully fantastic in their own right. And that's not the say anything less of the rest of the band: bassist Marco Mendoza (Thin Lizzy), drummer Deen Castronovo (Ozzy/Journey) and original founding member David Lowry on guitar. All are seasoned veterans in the rock biz, and it shows; their stage presence and crowd handling is second to none. They know exactly how to put on a show, how to get the reaction from the crowd and most importantly, how to give the crowd what they want. And what they give them is very good indeed. If you're in any doubt on whether to "bother" going to see The Dead Daisies, just go. It's better to regret things you've done than regret the things you didn't, and you won't regret seeing the Daisies one bit. Or Massive Wagons, for that matter - keep an eye on them - I've a feeling they're gonna be a big thing in the future.
Date published: 2018-11-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Top band ever Just awesome from start to finish great venue , well organised, loved it
Date published: 2018-07-29
Rated 4 out of 5 by from First Dead Daisies Gig This was my first time seeing The Dead Daisies live; a birthday treat, no less. Of course, as a hard rock aficionado I'm well aware that the band consists of some pretty heavy hitters; each one probably more familiar as members of other bands (Whitesnake/ Journey/ Thin Lizzy/ Motley Crue) so I was expecting fireworks. They didn't disappoint. Vocalist John Corabi was in fine form; actually, much better than I was expecting. Marco and Dean had the rhythm section locked down tight. But it was the mighty Doug Aldrich that really shone. He is a consummate guitar hero; making every riff and lick seem effortless. They WERE effortless to him! That guy is a BEAST! Definitely one of my face hard rock players. They played a great set with a good mix of screamers and sing-a-longs. Particularly entertaining was when each band member was introduced to the audience; Doug choosing, rather surprisingly Deep Purple's 'Smoke On The Water' over a track by the band he's synonymous with, Whitesnake. Anyway, I had a really great night, as did the entire crowd. If you get the chance... go see them.
Date published: 2018-04-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent venue and gig As always the venue is brilliant, sound was good, The Amorrettes were good also. Overall excellent value for money.
Date published: 2018-04-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Glad to see these guys again and with a new drummer What can I say the gig was phenomenal Dean Castravano the new drummer was on fire in fact the whole band were rock n roll.
Date published: 2018-04-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Venue, Fantastic Gig As a pure rock band, possibly the best i have seen since Led Zep and i have seen most. There is definitely a great chemistry between these five and they are all quality players.
Date published: 2018-04-14
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