Rogue’s Gallery: A smattering of highlights
JournalOnline.co.uk reviews Rogue’s Gallery in Gateshead:
“A smattering of highlights (there were too many to mention) would be the aforementioned Oscar winner, Mr Robbins taking the lead mic for My Son John, Sandy Dillon (whose voice suggests a Macy Gray/Steve Tyler parentage) pleading Leave Her Johnny and Gavin Friday giving the Baltimore Whores food for thought.”
Check out the full review of the Gateshead show and a photo gallery.
We’ve also got some pictures from the Rogue’s Gallery Dublin show, where Gavin teamed up with Guggi and Dave-id to perform Bully in the Alley.
(Gavin, Shane McGowan, Dave-id)