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Rick Wakeman - Live in Nottingham, UK, 2003
Review by Bruce Stringer
I was very excited when I heard that Rick Wakeman was to be appearing at the Royal Concert Hall in Nottingham and, being my first time ever seeing any member of Yes perform live, I didn't know quite what to expect. Originally, I had tried to arrange a brief interview with Rick however that fell through at the last minute.
The Watch - Live at RoSfest, April, 2006
Review by Josh Turner
Before The Watch hit the stage, Nick Barrett and Clive Nolan announced Pendragon would be back the following year. With all the administration issues out of the way, the lights went dim.
Roger Waters - Live in Adelaide, South Australia, Australia, February, 2007
Review by Bruce Stringer
For the first time in 35 years, Roger Waters landedon Australian shores to ecstatic live audiences – and complete performances of the classic Dark Side Of The Moon album. Dave Kilminster played the David Gilmour role with finesse and technical perfection whilst legendary British blues guitarist, Snowy White, added the flavour of a seasoned Floyd session man, highlighting the esoteric energy of the first set.
Wishbone Ash - Live in Portland, Oregon, March 2013
Review by Larry Toering

After fifty dates on the US road, Wishbone Ash returned to Portland to play their final show of the tour.

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