There are plenty of upcoming live music options over the next couple of months in Liverpool that will appeal to music fans all over the country. If you’re planning a trip to a gig but are travelling from further away, be sure to check out the local hotels at https://www.travelodge.co.uk/hotels/book/liverpool-hotels for some budget deals.
The American rock band, famous in the 90s for hits including “Two Princes” and “Little Miss Can’t Be Wrong” will be playing at Eric’s in January. Relive some 90s nostalgia with these classic rockers.
Whole Lotta Led – O2 Academy2 – 26.1.2013
As far as Led Zeppelin tribute acts go, Whole Lotta Led are the most authentic. In fact, they are probably one of the best tribute acts playing. With continuing dedication to reproducing the classic tunes from the original band, Whole Lotta Led play at the O2 Academy2 and, with a personal thumbs up from Jimmy Paige, why wouldn’t you go and see them if you’re a Led Zep fan?
Gary Barlow – Philharmonic Hall – 2.1.2013
Straight off the back of his X Factor judge duties, Gary will be embarking on his first UK and Ireland solo tour in thirteen years and, if the supersonic sell out is anything to go by, this concert will be immense and an absolute must for any die hard Barlow or Take That fans.
Kris Kristofferson – Philharmonic Hall – 4.12.12
Some people may know him for his film roles, most notably the character of Whistler in the Blade series, but others will know him for his prolific contribution to country and folk music. You can enjoy some of his successful tunes and those that showcase his songwriting abilities at the Philharmonic Hall this December.
Madness – Echo Arena – 7.12.12
The energetic Ska seven-piece continue to entertain audiences in their thousands and will be performing their well known tunes in the Liverpool Echo Arena in December. If previous performances are anything to go by, it’ll be awesome.
The Overtones – Philharmonic Hall – 14.12.12
After being spotted during a tea break in a shop near Oxford Street two years ago, this five-piece boy band has gone on to sell over 500,000 copies of their debut album, reach number 4 in the UK album chart and play to people in their thousands. Touring in support of their second studio album, Higher, these boys will surely be a big hit as they play their doo-wap melodies to the Philharmonic audience.
Echo & the Bunnymen – O2 Academy – 15.12.12
With the help of the iconic cover of The Doors’ People are Strange for The Lost Boys soundtrack, Echo and the Bunnymen have continued to meet critical acclaim with their post-punk sounds. Since their reformation in 1996, they have continued to tour and record new material, which they’ll be showcasing at the O2 Academy and beyond.
Space – O2 Academy – 21.12.12
The Female of the Species and Avenging Angels are well-known songs in most households, particularly with those who grew up listening to these British rock sounds of the 90s. Bands such as Space, Suede and suchlike fell through the cracks during the early noughties but with reunions taking place left, right and centre, fans can enjoy some nostalgic tunes once more.
Book your tickets and hotel today to avoid disappointment and enjoy the buzz of a live music gig.
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