The Cluny, Newcastle
This was the second time this year I had been to The Cluny to see a big-hitter; Jah Wobble and The Invaders of the Heart back in February, had all but blown the roof off and now it was time rock out once more.
The set list drew heavily from Glen's Good to Go album, released last year. A major selling point on both album and tour was the presence of none other than former long-term Bowie guitarist Earl Slick. It turned out to be quite an evening.
I enjoyed the highly energetic opening set by The Continental Quilts, whose self-titled genre is senile delinquent super yob rock n roll!
Glen maintains a certain swagger and style. It was the first time I have seen a singer pause to comb his hair.
Won't Put The Brakes on Me
Speak Too Soon
Hook In You
Piece of Work
Couldn't Give A Damn
This Empty Heart
Keep On Pushing
All or Nothing
Incidentally, there is a track-by-track guide to the songs on Good to Go here, which is well worth a read.