Luke’s Alphabet Tour: An introduction

By on Friday, 6th January 2012 at 11:00 am
 

Editor’s note: the amazing banner above was made by Baltimore-based writer Shari Fedak.

Well, it’s a new year and everyone is busy making their resolutions for the next 365 days and planning many exciting events for 2012. We here at There Goes the Fear are always looking to try something new and different, all in the name of music journalism. Starting this month is a brand new venture that puts a twist on live reviews and will bring you some of the biggest and hottest names currently touring the UK.

My Alphabet Tour will be a run of 26 gig reviews in which the focus band is will begin with a different letter of the alphabet per review – the first review will be an ‘A’ band, the second a ‘B’ band, etc. The first review will be up here later this month and there will be a new review of a different lettered band every week (or two) thereafter.

Obviously, some letters are going to be harder than others (Q, X and Z particularly), but there’s always a band on somewhere. If you know of a band who you think deserve to be covered, then let me know in the comments below and hopefully their tour coincides with their letter’s week. So keep an eye out for our Alphabet Tour, it could well feature the next big thing.

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