LIVE Review - Bournemouth O2
Voodoo Vegas have, in my opinion, been the best local live rock band for the last few years.And lately they seem to have turned it up another level.
Saturday night saw them as the support band for the top tribute band to Axl and the boys, UK Guns and Roses.
From the first bars of Don't Need Your Love it was apparent this is where Voodoo Vegas should be, headlining venues like the iconic Academy.
The energy and confidence the whole band radiated was mirrored by the audience who were on their feet every second of the set..
Lawrence is the perfect front man, he has the mix of incredible voice, good looks and charming personality and he works the crowd perfectly.
Meryl has to be the best female guitarist around and the combination of her and Jon on guitars make the band come alive.
Ash is the sublime bass player and Mike's drumming rounds up the sound.
They are at home on the stage and work as a complete unit.
The set included a couple of new tracks from the upcoming album.
Revolution grabs you straight away and would work perfectly on the radio.Puppet was mind blowing live as was Feeling So Good from their new crowdfunded album.
It was a 45 minute set that should have been a lot longer, the crowd lapped up every song.