So that's it, our Slow to Fade reunion tour is over and we had a joyous adventure and the response has been unexpectedly amazing for us. Here's the last set of photos and round up from the final gig of the tour at Birmingham's O2 Institute. Big high five to all involved and a heartfelt thank … Continue reading Red Guitars at Birmingham O2 Institute 2022
Thanks to everyone who came to the first show of our first Red Guitars tour in 38 years - we had an absolute blast! It couldn't have been a better way to kick off the tour. The Old Woollen, Farsley is a superb venue with a terrific vibe, stage, sound and lights. We had such … Continue reading Red Guitars at Leeds Old Woollen 2022
I was delighted to be invited to take photographs of the Red Guitars Slow to Fade reunion tour dress rehearsal at O'Rileys live music venue, Hull. Looked and sounded great! Richard Duffy-Howard Next up have a look at our gig at Leeds Old Woollen here: https://loudhailer.net/2022/04/20/red-guitars-at-leeds-old-woollen-2022/ Marking 40 years since their totemic first single “Good … Continue reading Red Guitars Tour 2022 Dress Rehearsal
When I heard the Avengers EMPYRE mentioned the Red Guitars I wondered if it was for real. Rich came back from Amazing Fantasy comic shop in town today with the magazine. Hey hey, it's true, Iron Man in the Marvel Universe, Tony Stark - his password really is the first line of Good Technology! Here's … Continue reading Red Guitars in the Marvel Universe!
Thanks to everyone who came to the Star Wars day edition of Loudhailer Acoustic. We thoroughly enjoyed a lovely night of most eclectic acoustic music, percussion and poetry. Rich and I opened the show with a couple of acoustic numbers destined for the next Loudhailer Electric Company album before introducing North Wood Drift. Cathy & Dez Allenby … Continue reading Loudhailer Acoustic May 2017
Thanks to Tim Naylor for his excellent Red Guitars feature in June 2016 Record Collector Magazine, including interviews with Red Guitars' vocalist, Jeremy Kidd and bassist Lou Duffy-Howard. We were delighted with Tim's interesting questions and intelligent commentary. You can read the full unedited article below... Putting Africa into Indie They had a string of alternative hits, toured … Continue reading Red Guitars in Record Collector Magazine