Monday, 16 May 2011

Mostly Autumn - Leicester Y Theatre

Full set list from a truly memorable gig!

Part 1
  • Distant Train
  • Answer The Question
  • For All We Shared
  • Violet Skies
  • Caught in A Fold
  • Close My Eyes
  • Spirit II
  • Ice
  • Questioning Eyes
Part 2
  • Fading Colours
  • Borrowdale
  • Something Better
  • Dark Before The Dawn
  • Last Climb
  • Gp Well Diamond Heart
  • Passengers
  • Hold The Sun
  • First Thought
  • Evergreen
  • And When The War Is Over
  • Forever Young
  • Heroes Never Die

Meeting Brian afterwards , an absolute gentleman.

Anne-Marie Helder

Great to see Anne-Marie Helder again who I last saw fronting Panic Room last year. She is unbelievably talented, playing Flutes; Keyboards; Piano; Acoustic Guitars; Recorders; Backing Vocals; Percussion (2007–Present)...Drummer Gavin Griffiths also plays with Panic Room.

Liam Davison Rhythm/Acoustic/12 String Guitars; Slide Guitars; Backing Vocals (1996–2007, 2008–Present)Superb ! Just released his debut solo album.

Olivia Sparnenn joined the band in 2005 originally to provide additional backing vocals. At the beginning of 2010 Heather Findlay announced her intention to leave the band to focus on solo work and her family. Olivia the former Breathing Space lead vocalist was the obvious replacement.

Founder member Bryan Josh recognised as one of the best writers in progressive rock today and multi instrumentalist.

Mostly Autumn "The best band you have never heard" is how they are often described.
Another new venue for me and a cracking one it was to. We sat up on the balcony with a perfect view. Formed back in 1996 in York, British rock outfit Mostly Autumn have toured relentlessly and gained fame for there live shows.
They have built a loyal and cult following since their first album twelve years ago and in that time such luminaries as the late Richard Wright of Pink Floyd, Deep Purple's Jon Lord and the BBC's own Bob Harris are amongst the many fans.

Their music is diverse and while they draw on influences from the golden age of seventies’ rock notably Pink Floyd, they have developed their own unique sound and style that draws on the past and the future.

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