CREDO Newsletter Autumn 2011 – Tour News
Well hello guys,
Well the dust has settled on the first leg of the Against Reason Tour, and all that’s left for us to say is a huge thank you to the promoters, the hotels, the crew and, most of all you guys who came in large and enthusiastic numbers to watch our jaunt around Rotherham, Zoetermeer, Kingston, Blackpool, Glasgow, Bilston (twice lol), London, as well as a memorable day in Cambridge!!!
Lots of new friends were made, lots of familiar faces appeared and said hi, and we had the pleasure of sharing stages with some of the most amazing bands you could imagine – only space stops me naming them all here!
Against Reason CD & iTunes
The album continues to sell, and gain great reviews across the world, and we thank you from the bottom of our hearts – the new album is already taking shape….
Against Reason Additional pre Christmas tour dates
Having said, no more dates till 2012 (keep your eyes peeled for the February tour with Comedy Of Errors – soon to announced by the way), it was strangely inevitable that more dates we couldn’t refuse would land on our desk, so without further ado we hope to see as many of you as can make it to the following:
SUMMERS END FESTIVAL
9 October 2011
Summer’s End Festival, Lydney Town Hall, Gloucestershire
CREDO & DAVID CROSS BAND (KING CRIMSON)
11 November 2011
The Peel, Kingston-upon-Thames, London
Supporting the legendary David Cross (ex-King Crimson) at the wonderful and ever-popular House of Progression
Doors 7.30pm. On stage 8.0opm
25 November 2011
CREDO DO CHRISTMAS
Riffs Bar, Swindon
A return to Riffs after what seems like way too long!
ONE FINAL MENTION
CASUAL AFFAIR – the semi legendary 80’s and 90’s Neo Prog band that featured our very own Mark Colton on vocals, as well as Mr Ploppy (Neil Matthars) on Bass, Carl Sampson on drums (currently the highly rated rhythm section from Space Rock Maestro’s Paradise 9 – who delighted punters at Glastonbury this year & have recently had ex Hawkwind members Ron Tree and Nik Turner guesting with them), the enigmatic and delightful keyboard embellishment’s of Barry Nuthall and the amazingly talented and highly regarded guitar hero, Mike Mishra are coming out of semi-retirement to tread the boards at:
Classic genuine 80’s Neo Prog for one night only
Sunday October 16th
Riffs Bar, Swindon
It promises to be a night to remember!
Back in the day the band were highly regarded as potential contenders - with BLINDSIGHT fanzine claiming "their song writting transcends comparison in the prog arena" and METAL HAMMER championing the cause of the band.
And as well as the “classic” line up detailed above, the band also featured future members of “Walking On Ice” & “Jadis”
Bye for now!