Europe & Black Star Riders – Corn Exchange, Cambridge – 11th march 2015


The Amorettes had the job of opening the bill on this tour. It must be a fairly daunting task opening for two bands of this calibre, but these Scottish ladies showed no sign of nerves as they took to the stage. It’s a good sign that the venue was already quite busy by the timeThe Amorettes had the job of opening the bill on this tour. It must be a fairly daunting task opening for two bands of this calibre, but these Scottish ladies showed no sign of nerves as they took to the stage. It’s a good sign that the venue was already quite busy by the time they came on, with fans coming in early to check them out rather than only arriving later for the headline acts. Being a three-piece and being set up so spread out then the stage did feel very empty and gave the impression of three individual musicians rather than one band – I’d much prefer to see them set up much closer together so there’s more interaction. Musically though, you can’t fault them – a great hard rock sound with a nice ACDc feel to it. They do a great job of getting the crowd warmed up for the co-headliners. I’ll definitely be getting their album when it’s released in a few weeks time. The Amorettes setlist: Fire At Will Get What’s Coming Bull By The Horns Give ‘Em Hell Son of a Gun Shoot From The Hip Hot and Heavy Next up was Black Star […]

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