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It Bites Again!

It Bites Again!

On Friday 20th January, Saturday, 21st January and Sunday 22nd January I will be in the UK to play three hard core, balls to the wall, electric rock shows performing ‘It Bites’ music form my latest Vampires album.

The shows will be performed by The Sensational Francis Dunnery Band who are….

Tony Beard on drums,

Brett Kull (Echolyn) on Guitar and keys,

Michael Cassedy on keyboards

and the UKs very own Paul Brown on bass.

And me!

The band will play a two hour set consisting of music from my old band It Bites and we will be supported by the American teenage punk band Clayton Ellis.

You can book your tickets right now for you and your friends by clicking the links on the venues below. Have fun. I look forward to seeing you all there.

Friday, 20th January – Manchester Club Academy

Saturday, 21st January – Wolverhampton Slade Rooms

Sunday, 22nd January – London, Bush Hall

 

3 Comments
  • Trevor Aiston
    Posted at 07:18h, 23 January Reply

    Went to Manchester concert with a freind Lisa who’s a major fan who said you’d gone prog. We travelled from the depths of West Cumbria (Flimby).
    Great gig though there were parts of the delivery I thought detracted from the high quality of the musicianship.

    Came home to try and buy copy of vampires Not easy and in comparison to other equivalent releases e.g. Steve Hackett very expensive. I eventually went for 24bit download from bandcamp and am loving the album. But think price and none spotify release will hinder sales.

    You’ve come a long way from when I sayeyou with Steve at Rosehill.

    Final winge please try and separate your music from your other ventures. I came to the site to buy your music and was offered a personal consultation ….. ermmm major turn off

    Good luck with future musical ventures

    • admin
      Posted at 09:00h, 01 February Reply

      ha ha. let me answer this is bits!

      Went to Manchester concert with a friend Lisa who’s a major fan who said you’d gone prog. We travelled from the depths of West Cumbria (Flimby).
      I havent gone prog Trevor. I started out prog in 1970 and then turned tranny.

      Great gig though there were parts of the delivery I thought detracted from the high quality of the musicianship.
      Thank you for the compliment but I’m afraid your missing the point here Trevor. The show represents my personality. And if you don’t like the show then you don’t like me!

      Came home to try and buy copy of vampires Not easy and in comparison to other equivalent releases e.g. Steve Hackett very expensive.
      I put a tremendous amount of work into those songs, if you are saying that two year of my life is not worth the price of two starbucks coffees and a ham and cheese croissant then I suggest you avoid paying the cash and get your friends to send you an mp3. That way you will be able to confirm that my music and life are worthless.

      I eventually went for 24bit download from bandcamp and am loving the album.
      Good, so its not all bad!

      But think price and none spotify release will hinder sales.

      Then so be it. Spotify hinders sales because no one buys your work and they don’t pay you any money.

      You’ve come a long way from when I saw you with Steve at Rosehill.
      Not really trevor, I’ve always pretty much been like this. Fat, bald and arrogant.

      Final winge please try and separate your music from your other ventures.
      I am not in the music industry, I’m in the personal transformation game. My music has always been about personal transformation and freedom. My Music is under the umbrella of transformation and not the other way around. This is what I like to do. This is more authentic for me. I’m not prepared to sacrifice my authenticity for something as trivial as public image. My music is a part of my personal transformation so I cannot separate it.

      I came to the site to buy your music and was offered a personal consultation ….. ermmm major turn off
      errmmm, no your comment is a major turn off because my conversations are a major part of what I do. Its like asking Bruce Dickenson to stop flying planes, Brian May to stop studying physics or David Icke to continue being a newsreader. Your living in the past mate. You don’t understand who I am. The remedy is simple. Don’t go to my website and don’t buy any of my music. That way you’ll be free of any of my personality and free to follow musicians who have cheap CDs, are members of spotify and only do music to the exclusion of all other things.

      Good luck with future musical ventures

      Luck? I don’t think so Trevor. There’s no such thing. Here’s my advice for you. Why don’t you book a conversation with me and I’ll give you some great pointers into how humans strategically create their own reality. That way you will empower yourself and wont have to rely on superstition and luck to be satisfied with your life.
      Thank you for your comments. I hope you took mine in the same spirit as you gave yours.

  • Robert
    Posted at 17:49h, 04 June Reply

    Ha ha! Great answers!

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