Live Review / Jessie Ware

My last ever live review for Redbrick... no, you're crying. Jessie Ware is in a league of her own, but more so than ever when it comes to a live show. In support of her powerful third album, Glasshouse, Ware made a long-awaited return to the Birmingham Academy stage to treat us to a master-class of what… Continue reading Live Review / Jessie Ware

Live Review / Wolf Alice

Wolf Alice are soaring at the moment, and judging by their live tour, they show no sign of slowing down.Celebrating the release of their sophomore album, Visions of a Life, Birmingham’s O2 Academy saw the enigmatic band take to the stage for an evening of chaotic fun aboard an emotional rollercoaster. And that’s the thing with a… Continue reading Live Review / Wolf Alice

Live Review / Craig David’s TS5

Having listened to Craig David as a child and watched his career fade into the abyss, it is a surprise to both you and I that I found myself attending his most recent tour at the O2 Academy. Who would have thought we would see the return of Craig David? In his own words, ‘that… Continue reading Live Review / Craig David’s TS5

Live Review / George Ezra @ O2 Academy Birmingham (18.02.15)

It has been a whirlwind year or so for singer-songwriter George Ezra. With his single 'Budapest' becoming a worldwide hit and his debut album Wanted On Voyage climbing to the top of the charts, the O2 Academy became home to the bluesy singer here in Birmingham. And I couldn't wait to hear that low, raspy… Continue reading Live Review / George Ezra @ O2 Academy Birmingham (18.02.15)