On 22nd May 2012 at 19:21 Jill Elliott wrote...
Had brilliant night at the Cross Keys, as always - we enjoy seeing The Glam Rockz. We travel to see them, just love the music, the guys and all their friends. A band not to be missed!
Once again the monster was unleashed bigger & madder than ever, the day Sat 12th May, the place, Cross Keys the band GLAM ROCKZ, this evenings gig has to go down in the anals of history at the keys & was probably the mother of all gigs. As I walked into the Keys you could feel an air of expectancy through-out, the punters defiantely not just there to make up the numbers but to be part of the experience. As Glam Rockz pre-empt the audience with a run up to the first set showing a video of adverts & clips from a bygone era, the band came onto the stage to mass applause & even air horns in the audience and from then on it was just one hell of a party featuring all the songs from the early Seventies that everyone loved or hated but still new all the words including the chapies most of them singing along to David Essex & wash my mouth out the Bay City Rollers yours truly not included. Unfortunately the first set had to end but soon Glam Rockz were back on stage & the party continued even madder & wider than the first half if that were possible. If anyone has not heard or seen Glam Rockz then you must have had your heads buried in the sand, this was one highly charged gig & any venue who does not book this band do at your peril because you are missing something special on the local music scene.
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Glamrockz are a THREE piece tribute to the music of the early seventies, with hits from T. Rex, Slade, Sweet, David Bowie, Mud, Roxy Music, Wizzard, Alice Cooper, The Osmonds, David Essex, Showaddy waddy, Bay City Rollers The Wombles, The Rubettes and on and on, full costume, full lighting and effects, their shows are partytime, every time. please feel free to check out our website for details, www.glamrockz.webs.com