After a decade of sheer, bloody minded self-belief and constant gigging, it's hardly surprising that seasoned indie rockers AL!VE who play Manchester's LATE ROOM on WEDNESDAY 13TH DECEMBER are willing themselves towards pole position
Following their success as tour support to the mighty IAN BROWN and with a new album in the works for 2007, this is a do-not-miss opportunity to see this hard to ignore live draw, who take their influences from rock's golden era, then deliver killer songs perfectly executed with abounding in-concert energy, laced with subtle and sensitive dynamics.
PLUS Special Guests and DJ Danny MCC
Tickets £4 + booking fee / More on the Door / Doors 7.30pmTICKETLINE 0161 832 1111 or book online at www.ticketline.co.uk
AL!VE travel to Cornwall to play to 3000 students at Penryn and Falmouth as part of the 2006/7 Yamaha-Alive Tour. The band’s live set includes a debut performance of new songs ‘I’m Over You’ and ‘Middle of Life’ that’ll feature on the band’s new album to be released early next year. Singer Andy Ross told us, “Experience has taught us that our tunes take on an added dimension after we’ve played them live. I’m Over You is an all out rock tune in the vein of ‘Speak of the Devil’ that our longstanding fans will remember.”
Dates at Sheffields’s Bar Matrix - Friday 3rd November and Manchester’s Late Room – Wed 13th December have also been announced.
AL!VE will be joined on stage by new keyboard player James Ritchie for the Cornwall gigs as regular Matt Steele is off to the USA for a month to tour with the Brand New Heavies and other regular Andy Kingslow is stuck in his recording studio since someone nicked the wheels of his bike!