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Assembly, 12 September 2010
Bournemouth Voodoo Vegas appear to be a rock band with a big future
ahead of them, they have a cracking collection of self penned rockers, a
really big full on sound, and a very stylish look: in fact they tick all
They had the
Assembly crowd up and rocking from the off with a set of tracks mainly
taken from their excellent live album, but had the confidence to start
with new number Bullet.
impressive on the night, the catchy medium paced rocker 'Out There' with
its powerful main riff, the full groove of 'So Unkind', the beautiful
'The Ballad' "a love song with balls" and the band's anthem the frantic
For me the
band's sound has touches of Guns N' Roses, Aerosmith and The Quireboys
and is a blend of good time rock and roll, classic 70's rock and sleaze
vocals is a superb frontman often twirling his mike stand around and
excellent at getting the crowd involved, they have two cracking lead
guitarists in Nick and the lovely Merylina, a real character on bass
with Ash, and a powerful sticks man in Chris.
Had a chat
with a number of the band after the show and Lawrence told me they hope
to have a studio album out next year, cannot wait for that and I
honestly think this band will go a very long way.
photos by Andrew Lock
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