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On stage: House Of Lords



- House Of Lords & Kane'd - Nov. 2009 - Verviers (B) -


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- House Of Lords & Kane'd - November, 19th 2009 - Verviers (B), Spirit Of 66 -





House Of Lords - live in Verviers

House Of Lords - live in Verviers

House Of Lords - live in Verviers

House Of Lords - live in Verviers

James Christian and his House Of Lords were out to tour Europe with Cartesian Dreams, but even as some shows for Germany were scheduled, nothing near by. And so we decided to go to Verviers to one of our favorite clubs - the Spirit Of 66!
The opening band was Kane'd from the U.K., the septet presented some of their own songs and a few cover versions incl. Billy Idol's Rebel Yell. Kane'd are quite unique when it comes to the line-up as they have 3 girls singing. The sisters have a good backing band and they know how to rock. To get an idea about Kane'd watch their video at their Facebook page.
After a change over it was time for House Of Lords! Mr. Christian hired Danger Danger guitarist Rob Marcello for this tour to complete the line-up and replace Jimi Bell on this tour. The opener was All The Way To Heaven and the first highlight of the show came early in the set - Talkin' About Love off Demons Down! Drummer BJ Zampa and bassist Chris McCarvill delivered the rhythmic playground for Marcello's guitar play and James Christian's vocals. Songs like S.O.S. In America and Cartesian Dreams sounded fresh and powerful. James Christian introduced Rob Marcello and said "we dedicate this one to Rob" and they kicked off with I Don't Wanna Wait All Night. Seems like Rob couldn't wait to get an stage... After Born To Be Your Baby Mr. House Of Lords explained that people often get the chorus wrong and tried to clarify this. "Back to the first album, it was 19..." James started, but didn't stated the year. Some one from the audience helped out which Mr. Christian commented "We are from the same era!" And they headed into Love Don't Lie. Drummer BJ Zampa played tight and still had time to add some show elements to his drumming. But guitarist Rob Marcello also had space to show his skills and so he added some neo-classical metal-influenced solos. After Rock Bottom it was time for a drum solo. Later in the set James Christian picked up a bottle of '66 beer' and some one from the audience made a joke about it which made BJ and Rob start playing a few notes of Maiden's Number Of The Beast. Another highlight of the set was Bangin'. For some Rob Marcello's guitar solo was another highlight while others were a bit bored by his shredding... The Belgium fans were happy to hear that James and the band will hang out with them after the show for some drinks and so everybody left the Spirit Of 66 satisfied. Thanks again to Francis and the Spirit Of 66 for another cool evening!




Claudia Ehrhardt

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