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We are a classic rock covers four piece.
Playing a diverse set of songs from THE SWEET to MOTORHEAD.
Graham (rocker) Lee.........Lead Vocal
Kevin (kevo) McGinn.........Lead Guitar & Vocal
Neil Humphrey.................Bass & Vocal
Pete Almond..............Drums , percussion

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Roadhog - Fox and Goose - Southport - 22.8.15



Roadhog
Fox and Goose
Southport
22.8.15


Roadhog rockin' the Fox and Goose

Roadhog – Liverpool

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Genre: Bone Crunching Classic Rock

Biography:
“Formed from the ashes of Trailertrash, with the sole aim of playing bone crunching classic rock covers in bars and at bike rallies. Kevo and Graham recruited Neil thru the muso network to keep it rockin' and real!!...and now with the rock steady Raymondo on drums!”


The stage is set

Well I wanted a large thunderstorm and although the flashes were amazing it was let down by there not being a lot of thunder, this was slightly how the gig went at Southport, mainly due to Ray still being fairly new on drums and Jason depping on guitar. Not to say either didn’t do an amazing job of the situation as it wasn’t all down to the band, the Fox and Goose’s music was so loud it was making me feel slightly nauseous as the bass hit really low, so standing outside to lessen the feeling and grab some respite made worse by the humid conditions inside the building was welcomed.


Roadhog engulfed in dry ice

It wasn’t to say that the band were off kilter either, but somehow it didn’t flow quite the same, as there were a few alterations to the set list which resulted in the band talking among each other in between a few songs, but we all thought that it was mainly due to the lack of the usual crowd being present who were at ‘Rock the Lakes’ so the atmosphere started off a little thin, which may have slightly added to the less raucous madness Roadhog are famous for.



Although, the banter and the change of lyrics was still there and the fact that rehearsal time is virtually non-existent for Roadhog I think all in all they did supremely well to pull off a gig that lasted well around three hours long, with newish drummer Ray and Jason depping for Kev who is on holiday.

The DJ played around with a screen portraying Roadhog, making the odd funny comment here and there – mainly directed at Graham, who took everything on the chin with a big smile as ever!


The bursts of dry ice made it difficult to take a lot of photos and in the gloomy light made it even harder, however Roadhog didn’t have to do their own sound the other night as it was left in the capable hands of Hayden Birch the resident sound guy, who did a fantastic job for the band.

As the night wore on the venue did start to fill up more and soon the clammy humid venue was even more unbearable, but ‘the band played on’

Roadhog played such favourites as Rocking in the free world, ‘Comfortably numb’ ‘Don't believe a word’ ‘Hot blooded’ and ‘Paranoid’ to name but five and by the time the set had finished had exhausted every track they knew that could be played by Jason and Ray, finishing with their final gem ‘Born to be Wild’ which had the now well-oiled crowd up and dancing, although some of the audience were a little worse for wear and seemed in a world of their own.


Let's dance!

It was tough sitting on a high bar stool all evening, as Jan and I found out, but must have been excruciating for the members of the band who tirelessly worked through their set in the humid restraints of a tiny stage.

Neil the bands bassist was getting ready to appear for day 3 (23.8.15) of ‘Rock the Lakes’ with his other band ‘Krazy KnightSS’ a magnificent Kiss Tribute act and Jason for his band ‘Into the Void’ A superb Sabbath Tribute act was off to sort out Headlining The Chris Greer Tribute Stage at Glaston-Bury 31.8.15, while Ray has now teamed up with Roadhog’s legendary guitarist Kev and formed ‘The Gravy Train’ and due to perform at The Victoria in Woolton 29.8.15. So as you can see the guys are all extremely busy and yet they pulled off a superb three hour set at the Fox and Goose quite effortlessly, all things considered!

It got to well past 1 am, in the small clammy venue, The dry ice filled every corner of the room, and the rest of the venue was filled with happy dancing punters to music that was extremely ‘loud’ although now thankfully less bassy!

At least the flash floods had subsided and so the journey home for the band was made less hazardous.

Big thanks to the Fox and Goose and their capable staff especially Hayden for the sound and Neil for his bar techniques. Jan for her great company, Jason (Into the Void) who deputized and did a superb job, and of course to the fantastic Roadhog for serenading us with some classic rock from the past!

A Roadhog moment

Members:
Graham - Vocals
Neil - Bass
Jason – Guitar (Deputizing for Kev)
Raymondo - drums




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Roadhog - The Victoria - Liverpool - 14.8.15


Roadhog
The Victoria
Liverpool
14.8.15


Roadhog – Liverpool

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Genre: Bone-Crunching Classic Rock

The more Roadhog gigs you attend the more laughs you have! And that’s not just my opinion, it’s the truth! Roadhog have a strong following of down to earth fans and of course some crazy off the scale ones too, but you can’t fail to love these guys as they churn out one classic rock track after the next and don’t forget the change of lyrics!

The Victoria Pub filled up rather quickly until you felt like a sardine, but looking around the venue there wasn’t one person who was not having a good time!

Roadhog just give all round entertainment from start to finish, without not one track you can’t sing along to unless of course you are a teenager and then these tracks may probably go right over your head, but these tracks are what made rock music so likable, indeed memorable and now well known to all ages.

Roadhog really engage an audience so you feel like part of the set from the word go, and there are nearly always a lot on their feet making use of every available gap on the floor to dance in – no matter how small.

From The Georgia Satellites’ Battle Ship Chains to Foreigner’s Hot Blooded there is a lot to enjoy and with the good old banter that comes with Roadhog as their blistering two hour set seems to just whizz by, but there has never been a set go by without people shouting for more!

A surprising track Roadhog always play is Cameo’s Word Up – an R&B track first heard in 1986 on Top of the Pops – but the band add bits of their own so it doesn’t sound like the original and thankfully Graham doesn’t own a red cod-piece! – however, it never fails to get people up and shouting out the lyrics especially after Dial L for love to W A N K – ER, that always reaps the attention it deserves.

Ray is the newest member of the band and enthusiastically smashed his kit with vigor and energy that each track warrants, helped along by the flexible fingers of Kev on guitar who can apparently shred at 50 paces, Neil on bass who pulls a different face with each chord struck (watch out for that) and not to mention Graham’s well-oiled vocal racing between rock and blues. Roadhog pull together an amazing array of tracks that even though created by the backbone of yesteryear’s rock history, still manage to make each track their own with the added ‘new’ lyrics that Graham plucks from his head saying “Sorry my mic has Tourettes!”


Finally with Steppenwolf’s Born to be Wild for all the bands biker friends – you know that the Roadhog are on the last leg of their set and it is time to once more, hit the road.

Catch Roadhog at one or all of their next gigs:
Fox & Goose – Southport – 22.8.15
Wangies – Eccles – 30.8.15
Fleece – Ashton in Makerfield – 18.9.15

Members:
Graham Lee – Vocals
Kev McGinn – Guitar
Neil Humphrey – Bass
Raymondo Wong – Drums

A special mention for Sandra and Dave Flynn (and Annie) for their heartfelt words of encouragement. Les Brunskill for just being Les, Jane & Evie for their good company, and Katie for her photography skills, Gordon McCarten for the 2 minute video, Ian Rock Ruins (from Still Stones) and his Missus for taking time out to come and support the band. The staff at The Vic and of course to Roadhog for another great night’s entertainment!




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Saturday, 21 December 2013

Roadhog - The Sandown, Liverpool - 20.12.13

The Roadhog Beasts return to Liverpool

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Biography:

“Hot rockin' four piece classic rock covers band. Proper, live, bone crunching music and a dynamic show”


I Just fancied transporting myself into the past with classics bands such as Foreigner, UFO, Priest, Purple, Lizzy and others so I got myself down to the Sandown – (helped along by Kevo the bands Guitarist!) and really got into the past with a twist from the present.


Roadhog have been racing around the country visiting such places as the Hindley Arms, Hindley 4th December, The Fleece in Ashton in Makerfield, 6th December, and tonight at The Sandown in Wavertree. Of course it has been a while since I used the transporter and thought it was about time I visited my roots once more and couldn’t miss out on the opportunity of seeing Roadhog play in Liverpool, after all it doesn’t happen very often and sadly it’s the last gig of the year for the band.


As with most local gigs the show of people was less than impressive but despite this Roadhog did an amazing first forty five minute set and all without a sound engineer and just one sound check – this is literally no nonsense rock played at its very best by four of the very best.


Most bands I know would kill for a forty five minute slot and the rest wouldn’t have enough songs to fill a forty five minute slot – although Roadhog don’t play their own songs the ones they do play are classics and enjoyed by the people who enjoyed the tracks played by the masters first time round and still have the vinyl to prove it.


Roadhog didn’t just play forty five minutes either – add another hour and a half to that set and you come to a staggering two hours and fifteen minutes of pure unadulterated rock washed down with Graham’s wicked banter - half of which unrepeatable to a none rock crowd I might add, but failure to have fun at one of their gigs is an impossibility.


The stage wasn’t even a stage until the band made it one. The amount of gear assembled left people stunned as to how it would all slot together in such a small space, but these guys have the experience so it was nothing to them.


They not only went without a sound engineer, but brought their own PA and light show as well as bringing twenty five songs to life in their own unusual manner and made each song their own.


Roadhog is not a tribute band Roadhog is a no nonsense rock band who deliver classic tracks with a twist of their own and clearly enjoy what they do whenever they do it.


Last night was no exception. The crowd as small as it was became engaged in the tracks and also gave thunderous applause at the end of each one – the guys who hired the band clearly Floyd and Hendrix fans lapped up the tracks of their choice and scrutinised each note from behind the bar – again enjoying the set and who could blame them?


Neil the band’s bassist came in for a lot of stick last night but played along superbly at the mercy of Graham, whilst Mack the band’s latest addition on drums (who joined in September), sat at the back of the room and ingeniously missed being the centre of attention of Graham’s quick wit. Kev managed to grin his way through Graham’s attack when he tried to highlight the fact Kev liked ‘Crack!’ highly amusing indeed! But what is a band without banter? And banter with a twang of good ole none Scouse Ashton in Makerfield style sounded even better!


One of the punters, a totally mad Aussie remarked Graham looked a bit scary – but I soon put him right and said Graham is indeed a pussycat to which Graham responded on stage ‘Pussycat? Meow’ the man mountain has spoken!


The tracks from the first set that stood out for me were ‘Sharp Dressed Man’ ‘Another Brick in the Wall’ ‘Comfortably Numb’ and ‘Sweet Home Alabama’ and as Graham the band’s towing inferno of hair put it “We are just easing you into the first set, the second set will be much more in your face!” and he wasn’t wrong!


With a short interlude – just enough time for the band to down a pint and catch their breath the second set fired up with ‘Riverboat Song’ and then into ‘Hot Blooded’ one of my all-time Foreigner tracks, (Yes I love Foreigner (s) (Cue in house joke here!) but the surprise track Roadhog played was ‘Word up’ an original by Cameo. (Cameo appeared on Top of the Pops back in 1986 with this R&B/Funk track that caused quite a stir when the lead singer Larry Blackmon wore a large wet look red codpiece) However Graham minus the codpiece put his own slant on the proceedings whilst Kev’s guitar sounded anything but R&B but an amazing track none the less. One of those classic moments that clearly defined Roadhog as being a three dimensional inspiration.


Also note- worthy here was the track ‘The Green Manilishi’ That was originally written by Peter Green and recorded by Fleetwood Mac but rockers know it to be an old Judas Priest track back from the late 70’s. The Priest’s version of course being a lot heavier than the original which was a lot more spaced out However Roadhog’s rendition of ‘The Green Manilishi’ was outstanding! (And a personal favourite of Kev’s – being a staunch Priest fanatic) I promise I will not say another word about Priest here!


‘Hell ain’t a bad place to be’ ‘Paranoid’ and ‘Lights Out’ were also played superbly by Roadhog although I was surprised they didn’t do their rendition of ‘War Pigs’ which I heard them play a while back and their version was in my opinion much better than Sabbath’s original with a lot of twists in it, and they didn’t do ‘Wishing Well’ either, but as Kev said “We try and rotate the tracks as much as possible” – but I can’t complain about the lack of memories Roadhog brought to the forefront at The Sandown last night – it was truly a memorable gig.


It would not have been right not to have shouted for more and so the band went on to do more classic favourites such as ‘Whisky in the Jar’ ‘Spirit in the Sky’ ‘Fox on the Run’ and finishing with the superb ‘Born to be Wild’ all this with no sound tech, and no support acts – just Roadhog at their very best!

10/10

Set List:

Set 1

Sharp Dressed Man
Sunshine of your Love
Feeling Good
I just wanna make love to you
Another brick in the wall
Gimme Shelter
Comfortably Numb
Sweet Home Alabama
Battleship Chains
Tush
Fire

Set 2

Riverboat Song
Hot Blooded
Fee Like Making Love
Gimme Three Steps
Cat Scratch Fever
Forever
Word Up
The Green Manilishi
Hell ain’t a bad place to be
Paranoid
Lights Out


Encores

Whisky in the Jar
Spirit in the Sky
Fox on the Run
Born to be Wild


TUBTHUMPERS REVIEW OF ROADHOG
...Great to meet so many new folks from off here. Excellent gig. It's especially fantastic to see a band that really "performs" - huge entertainment value compared to the so many who think its enough to simply stand and play well and leave the showmanship down to the frontman alone. The high jinks on stage really gave off the vibe of a band that loves what it does and values the "means" just as highly as the "end".

Fantastic drumming, even though the heavier stuff isn't my thing at all (and it's not even that heavy!), probably the best drummer I've seen on my recording "tour" thus far. Technically great, brilliant timekeeping, great use of the Herta in his solo (a much overlooked rudiment!), and effortlessly locked in with the bassist whose playing considering he was doing a fair deal of backing vocals was surprisingly intricate. I'd always thought bassists never went near a mic unless they were doing the "plinky plonky" two finger thing on one string but not this chap. Even had time to tickle the singer's nads from behind with his headstock and pose spinal tap style atop his monitor.

Kevo was yet another guitarist revelation. For too long I'd been led to believe, (by some guitarists!) that there were very few truly good guitarist on the pub gig scene. Kevo just makes it look easy but in doing so doesn't forget to entertain either - but not for him the gurning, pretentious, "look at me aren't I awesome" posturings of some who are far too attached to the minor pentatonic scale, no, with Kevo, you get a cheeky grin, jigging about excitedly as if to milk extra tone from a strat that looks like its drowning him in size, and widdling that's deferential enough to the original yet possessed of enough of his own personality as to betray a truly gifted musician.

As for the singist, well, he really knows how to work his big 80's hair. I was told the fans were there to cool him down but I suspect he really just like to feel the wind in his locks for some of those moments where only a "windswept standing atop a mountain" look will do. All he was missing was a helicopter whirling around his head filming him. I contemplated circling him on stage with my camcorder but was worried he'd take me out with his mic stand as he was never still for a minute. Had he not said he was suffering from lurgy I doubt I would have noticed any detriment to his vocal. As it was he delivered some blindingly powerful tracks, was capably backed and the band simply substituted a couple of songs towards the end of the second set to accommodate the increasing strain on his throat but to no loss whatsoever as the replacement tracks were real honest to goodness crowd pleasers.

I'm trying to find something to criticise as I don't believe anything is ever perfect but I'll be damned if I can't really. There were songs that I was unfamiliar with and so I didn't connect to them but that's only because I never ever listen to the heavier end of the rock spectrum (and again I reiterate that it really wasn't very heavy - certainly still in the rock genre, not metal) and am not very educated musically (ie I'm narrow minded and don't often venture beyond what I already know I like). Certainly the crowd were connecting all night - and it was a fairly "middle aged" bunch of obvious music lovers (they were certainly there for the music rather than simply being out on the lash, though much trade was being done at the bar) who were still shouting for encores after (I think) at least 3 had been played.

Highlight for me - had to be The Riverboat Song, simply for the drums! I'd sooner listen to that than a drum solo any day.




Roadhog .The Cricketers, Shaw, Lancs-

Roadhog are familiar faces at the Cricketers, having played there on several occasions previously. For me, it was my first viewing of the band, having heard good reports from people who had seen them. I was not disappointed. Featuring an extensive set list of classic rock, comprising of both familiar and to some extent, less well known tunes, Roadhog deliver the goods at all levels.

On this night the first half powered into action with likes of Robert Palmer-"Bad Case of Loving You", Thin Lizzy-"Jailbreak", Status Quo-"Paper Plane", Bad Company-"Feel Like Making Love", Ted Nugent-"Cat Scratch Fever", Whitesnake-"Ain't no love" and "Walking in the shadow of the blues", Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers-"I won't back down", Deep Purple-"Hush", Neil Young-"Rocking in the free world", UFO-"Shoot Shoot" and, to end the set, Jimi Hendrix-"Fire". It was an eclectic mix of Rock and Blues to whet the appetite.

The band comprise of Graham on Lead Vocals-the epitome of the 'classic rock band front man', switching, apparently, effortlessly between the needs of the songs, from blues to rock and back again, Craig on Bass and vocals-laying down a solid foundation of rhythm together with Pete on Drums, who created thunder when required or gently kept the pace where it should be on the quieter numbers and, finally, Kevo. Ah! Now then! Kevo!! If you see this man on the street be not deceived by his appearance!! Once he gets in front of the band and plugs his lead into the amps he can shred stainless steel at fifty paces!! Sharp, clear chords, whether played at speed or slowly, again, apparently without effort.

The second set started as it was to go on-"heads down-let's ROCK this place tonight" music by the likes of Queen-"We will rock you", the Who-"Can't explain", Fleetwood Mac (YES! Fleetwood Mac!!) "Green Manalishi" (a particular favourite of mine and, in my opinion, played far less often than it should be by rock bands!!), The Georgia Satellites-"Battleship chains", Pink Floyd-"Comfortably Numb", Free-"Wishing Well", Brownsville Station - "Smoking in the Boy's Room"(in the style of Motley Crue), Alice Cooper-"Eighteen", the Cult-"Rain", the set ending with a double header of ZZ Top Sharp Dressed Man" and "Tush".

Did I say "ending"?? Not a hope!! After a rousing call for "More!!" by the audience it was back on the dance floor for the likes of Ac/Dc-"Highway to Hell", Bon Jovi-"You give love a bad name", Thin Lizzy-"Whiskey in the Jar", Gun-"Word up", Ac/Dc-"Long way to the top" (in the style of Wasp) and Black Sabbath-"Paranoid".



A night of ""Bone crunching Classic Rock" indeed, with the (by now, customary) great atmosphere and damn good music one has come to expect on a Saturday night in the Cricketers!


Alan The Viking!

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Repertoire

Song NameArtistTypeLength (mins)
LONG WAY TO THE TOP ACDC Cover 4
HIGHWAY TO HELL ACDC Cover 4
HELL AINT NO BAD PLACE TO BE ACDC Cover 4
FEEL LIKE MAKING LOVE BAD COMPANY Cover 4
PARANOID BLACK SABBATH Cover 4
WAR PIGS BLACK SABBATH Cover 8
CHILDREN OF THE SEA BLACK SABBATH Cover 6
CROSSROADS CREAM Cover 4
SUNSHINE OF YOUR LOVE CREAM Cover 4
HUSH DEEP PURPLE Cover 4
MISTREATED DEEP PURPLE Cover 6
HOLY DIVER DIO Cover 5
HOT BLOODED FOREIGNER Cover 4
ALRIGHT NOW FREE Cover 4
WISHINIG WELL FREE Cover 3
WORD UP GUN Cover 4
FIRE JIMI HENDRIX Cover 4
THE GREEN MANALISHI JUDAS PRIEST Cover 4
GIMME THREE STEPS LYNYRD SKYNYRD Cover 4
SWEET HOME ALABAMA LYNYRD SKYNYRD Cover 4
SMOKING IN THE BOYS ROOM MOTLEYCRUE Cover 4
ACE OF SPADES MOTORHEAD Cover 3
FEELING GOOD MUSE Cover 4
ROCKING IN THE FREE WORLD NEIL YOUNG Cover 4
SPIRIT IN THE SKY NORMAN GREENBAUM Cover 4
RIVERBOAT SONG OCEAN COLOUR SCENE Cover 4
I JUST WANNA MAKE LOVE TO YOU PAUL RODGERS Cover 4
COMFORTABLY NUMB PINK FLOYD Cover 6
ANOTHER BRICK IN THE WALL PINK FLOYD Cover 4
UNSKINNY BOP POISON Cover 4
WE WILL ROCK YOU QUEEN Cover 4
GIMME SHELTER ROLLING STONES Cover 4
R15 RUSH Cover 5
PAPER PLANE STATUS QUO Cover 4
BORN TO BE WILD STEPPENWOLFE Cover 4
WIG WAM BAM SWEET Cover 4
FOX ON THE RUN SWEET Cover 4
20th CENTURY BOY T REX Cover 4
CAT SCRATCH FEVER TED NUGENT Cover 5
LITTLE DEVIL THE CULT Cover 4
BATTLESHIP CHAINS THE GEORGIA SATELLITES Cover 4
THE ZOO THE SCORPIONS Cover 4
I CAN'T EXPLAIN THE WHO Cover 3
EMERALD THIN LIZZY Cover 5
JAILBREAK THIN LIZZY Cover 4
COLD SWEAT THIN LIZZY Cover 4
WHISKEY IN THE JAR THIN LIZZY Cover 4
DON'T BELIEVE A WORD THIN LIZZY Cover 4
SHOOT SHOOT UFO Cover 4
LIGHTS OUT UFO Cover 4
WALKING IN THE SHADOW OF THE BLUES WHITESNAKE Cover 4
AINT NO LOVE WHTESNAKE Cover 5
FOREVER Y&T Cover 4
SHARP DRESSED MAN ZZ TOP Cover 4
TUSH ZZ TOP Cover 4


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