plus Reef & Tax The Heat
Thunder, the band formed in England known for their notorious hard rock, have just announced details of a three date arena tour that will be taking place in March, with the final instalment set to take place in London at the Hammersmith Eventim Apollo on Saturday the 12th.
Throughout the time that Thunder have been on the music scene they have scored a huge 18 singles in the UK Top 40 and have been awarded a number a times for their efforts, most notably with a Gold album certification. The band have been touring round the world for just over 25 years, however it may come as a shock to some that they have never headlined their own arena tour until now. This year alone Thunder have already appeared as support acts for Aerosmith and Mott The Hoople and have met similar success in the studio as they are now ready for the release of their 10th studio album, which is inspiring this tour. Due to take plenty of material from this new LP, the tour will see a host of new tracks from Thunder, however don’t fear as the classics will also be thrown in too. First forming in 1989 the group have got through a massive 29 live albums and 9 studio albums as well as a shot of EPs, all this time with only the bands bass player changing hands twice. Today, despite one of the bands members Ben being ill, Thunder have proven determined to push the continuation of their music and throw this party for their loyal fans who have stood by them over the years.
Joining Thunder will be two acts who are also highly respected in their fields, first of which is REEF. Since 1994 REEF have been in the musical limelight and have managed to rocket to commercial success, with tracks like ‘Naked’ and ‘Good Feeling’ proving most popular, both of which appeared on their gold certified album ‘Replenish’. Having supported the likes of The Rolling Stones and Paul Weller in the past, this is a great chance to see them before the musical treats of Thunder. Also appearing is Tax The Heat, a group of rhythm and blues rockers whose jaw dropping music has been critically acclaimed, not to mention their sharp style that has consequently dubbed them by some as a “modern day Beatles”.
Live Nation Presents