UK



25th October - England - St. Albans - The Alban Arena
26th October - England - Warrington - Parr Hall
28th October - Scotland - Edinburgh - Queens Hall
29th October - England - Middlesbrough - Empire
30th October - England - Sheffield - O2 Academy
1st November - England - Leamington Spa - The Assembly
2nd November - Wales - Cardiff - Tramshed

EUROPE

4th November - Belgium - Verviers - Spirit of 66
5th November - France   - Leffrinckoucke - La Poudrière
6th November - Holland - Zoetermeer - Boerderij
8th November - Germany - Hagen/Osnabrück - Saal Stock
9th November - Germany - Mannheim - MS Connexion Complex
10th November - Germany - Siegburg - Kubana
11th November - Germany - Bruchsal - Fabrik

 


25th October 2016


 


25th October 2016 - The Alban Arena - St. Albans - England

Line-up: Phil Mogg / Vinnie Moore / Paul Raymond / Andy Parker / Rob De Luca

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Concert Review


Hells Bells: UFO land centre-stage in St. Albans

The UK leg of the current tour by British rockers UFO only took in a few dates this year, which was unfortunate as I’m sure they would have sold out many more venues off the back of their latest album “A Conspiracy of Stars.”

Phil Mogg, Andy Parker, Paul Raymond, Vinnie Moore and Rob De Luca all put in amazingly fresh and full on performances during the gig I attended at the Alban Arena in St. Albans on October 25, they just didn’t put a foot wrong!  As regular UFO concert going fans have grown accustomed to, it was a mixture of the band’s classic anthems with a sprinkling of newer material..

At curtain up, four members of the group initially bounded onto the stage, minus Phil, who ambled on at a more leisurely pace.  I think everyone at this point was a tad worried, as Phil’s newly shaved head, which amplified the spotlight and almost drowned out his facial features, coupled with a slightly hunched gait, meant that for a moment he looked his age.  However, as soon as he said “Hi” to the audience and broke straight into “Ain’t No Baby”, any fears were soon diminished.  No, there definitely was nothing wrong, as he belted out the song in his usual pitch perfect way.  What followed was a perfectly executed performance from everyone, and even the crowd were in good voice!

One of the things I (and I’m sure a lot of other UFO fans) admire so much about Moggy, is the infectious typically British humour and banter that pours from him in such a natural unscripted way.  The rapport he creates with this intimate exchange with the audience is almost unique.  So refreshing and uplifting to hear, rather than the boring lack-lustre song introductions you get from so many of the younger bands these days.  I received a very unexpected short but sweet personal dedication!  Even then his tongue in cheek approach came to the fore when he muddled up my surname, only to correct it a few seconds later much to the amusement of the gathered masses.

Mogg’s vocal ability has definitely not suffered over time, clear and at full throttle he masters every note with no gimmicks or embellishments needed.  Not always perfect, but totally natural and the way it should be.

UFO, despite the change in line-ups over the years, have always geared towards the guitarist taking centre stage.  This night was no exception.  Moore’s spectacular renditions of Schenker’s classic riffs and solos were performed to perfection, adding his own flair to the mix but somehow staying true to the original sound, no easy feat for even the most experienced axe-man.  You have to bear in mind that Moore is from the neo-classical school of shred, but his unique tone creates a perfect complimentary match to the harder edged rock sound of UFO.

Paul Raymond is the man behind the keys, synths and rhythm guitars, but equally adept at taking charge on lead guitar as need be.  This, as well as superb backing vocals and harmonies, show what an amazing all-rounder he is, an integral part of the band.  The stand-out performance from Raymond at this gig had to be “Love to Love”, where he really proved a powerhouse with his haunting melodies, truly majestic.

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Andy Parker has been a regular stalwart over the years, and still continues to hammer out the percussive backbone of UFO, which drives the music.  Then not forgetting bassist De Luca who had the dubious task of filling the boots of the long missing Pete Way.  Not an envious undertaking it has to be said but he did a lot more than just play stand-in, he’s proved a worthy replacement in the way he commands his instrument and provides some truly memorable melodic bass lines and rhythmic rumble.

The band were rock solid on the night – the UFO machine warming up and gathering speed with every song.  Personal highlights for me were “Love to Love”, “Cherry”, “Rock Bottom” “Lights Out” and of course “Doctor Doctor”.  The band members were really fired up by the closing stages of the encore, but alas it was the end of the night.  Come on guys, more dates around the world needed!

Set-list:

  1. Ain’t No Baby
  2. We Belong to the Night
  3. Fight Night
  4. Run Boy Run
  5. Lights Out
  6. Venus
  7. Only You Can Rock Me
  8. Burn Your House Down
  9. Cherry
  10. Love to Love
  11. Messiah of Love
  12. Makin’ Moves
  13. Rock Bottom

Encore:

  1. Doctor Doctor
  2. Shoot Shoot

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UFO at Alban Arena

 

 

Andy Parker

 

Rob and Vinnie Tear it up

 

Rob De Luca and Vinnie Moore

 

Phil Mogg and Paul Raymond

 

Rob De Luca





Thanks to Marcin for passing on the photo

SET LIST

Aint No Baby
We Belong to the Night
Fight Night
Lights Out
Venus
Only You Can Rock Me
Burn Your House Down
Cherry
Love to Love
Messiah of Love
Makin Moves
Rock Bottom

Doctor Doctor
Shoot Shoot

 

Conspiracy of Stars Twitter - A great run-down of the evening from start to finish

 

 

 

 

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UFO - Phi Mogg - Vinnie Moore - Rob De Luca - Andy Parker - Paul Raymond

 

 


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26th October 2016


 

26th October - Parr Hall - Warrington - England

Line-up: Phil Mogg / Vinnie Moore / Paul Raymond / Andy Parker / Rob De Luca

SUPPORT BAND:

 

 

Parr Hall FB: UFO have landed - doors tonight at 7pm /
Reds Cool will be supporting UFO (stage curfew 11pm) 

 

Phil Mogg - Paul Raymond - Rob De Luca

 

Phil Mogg

 

Above photo's ©2016 dredmann | ROCK BOTTOM

 

ROCK BOTTOM SOLO

 

Night 2 - Conspiracy of Stars Twitter - Another great twitter feed at Parr Hall

 

©2016 photo - Conspiracy of Stars Twitter

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CONCERT REVIEW

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UFO - Parr Hall, Warrington (UK) - 26 October 2016

It's hard to believe that UFO will be celebrating their 48th birthday in 2017, thankfully there seems to be no indication of the band calling it a day. They have been criticized constantly for only playing the "greatest hits" but, as lead singer Phil Mogg jokingly quips mid-set, "I didn't even know we had any great hits". They have a loyal fan base and can still pull in a crowd so they must be doing something right. Their studio output is still of a high standard and on the basis of tonight's show there is still life in the old dog yet.

Mogg, Andy Parker (drums), Paul Raymond (keyboards/guitar), Vinnie Moore (guitar) and Rob DeLuca (bass) make a low key entrance but storm into 'We Belong To The Night' and get a hero's welcome at its conclusion. There are one or two surprises in the set tonight, yet pretty much every era is covered. With over twenty albums and the best part of two hundred and fifty songs to choose from, it must be something of a headache to select what to play without disappointing those who still come to hear those "greatest hits". 'Fight Night' gets the heads nodding and 'Ain't No Baby' is the first of the surprises, because apparently Moore really likes the song. Mogg is on form and the between song ramblings get more bizarre and alcohol-affected as the show goes on. The introduction to 'Run Boy Run' is a great example – "This is a song from the last album. It was massive and went cardboard in seven countries". I've never been sure whether he is just playing to a reputation (the legend goes that the set never changes because Mogg can't remember the words to new songs) or whether he is drawing on a wicked sense of humour. He is seventy in a couple of years so maybe we can just put it down to senility now.... "We played here about four years ago, was I wearing the same clothes?"

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Moore is still regarded as the new guitarist even though he has been part of the line-up for the best part of fourteen years now. He puts a new spin on some famous solos without deviating too far from their original arrangements and has also helped create a stable environment that has allowed the band to stay on track when they could have imploded following Michael Schenker's final departure after a disastrous night in Manchester back in November 2000. Paul Raymond's contribution to the UFO sound can never be underestimated and he also adds some much needed backing vocals with DeLuca. Both Raymond and Parker have an unassuming stage manner but are essential in their roles and content to let Mogg and Moore take the spotlight.

It is great to hear 'Venus' and 'Makin' Moves' again, and 'Cherry' has been brought back this year after being left out of the set for a long time. Both 'Lights Out' and 'Only You Can Rock Me' are pure Rock classics and greeted as such, whilst 'Messiah Of Love' (from 2015's 'Conspiracy Of Stars' album) gives Moore the chance to show just how versatile a guitarist he is. Raymond's keyboard intro to 'Love To Love' still gives me goose-bumps and even though the song is now forty years old, and I have seen it performed live a dozen times, I never get tired of hearing it. The main set is brought to a close by 'Rock Bottom', a Moore tour-de-force that sees him solo like his life depends on it, a song justifiably tagged as an anthem that always gets the crowd excited. The encore of 'Doctor Doctor' and 'Shoot Shoot' maintain the energy levels until the end and are backed by several hundred extra singers.

UFO may not be playing in stadium sized venues anymore, and they have never been high profile media darlings, but they are an established band who rely on musical skills rather than flashy stage shows. They played for the best part of two hours and though I have seen them play better, I was still impressed by the overall performance. Finally, I know the audience for UFO shows are generally on the mature side but did we really need the heating on at Parr Hall tonight?

Dave Bott

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Thanks to long time MG&B friend, Malcolm Sowerby - Cheers Mal

 

ANDY PARKER ©2016 Classic Rock Photography

 

PAUL RAYMOND ©2016 Classic Rock Photography

 

PHIL MOGG ©2016 Classic Rock Photography

 

VINNIE MOORE - PAUL RAYMOND - ROB DE LUCA ©2016 Classic Rock Photography

 

PHIL MOGG - ROB DE LUCA ©2016 Classic Rock Photography

 

ANDY PARKER ©2016 Classic Rock Photography

 

UFO ©2016 Classic Rock Photography

 

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UFO ©2016 Classic Rock Photography

 

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ROB DE LUCA ©2016 Classic Rock Photography

 

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28th October 2016


 

28th October - The Queens Hall - Edinburgh - Scotland

Line-up: Phil Mogg / Vinnie Moore / Paul Raymond / Andy Parker / Rob De Luca

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UFO - photo ©Stu Lang

 

Vinnie Moore - Phi Mogg - Andy Parker - Paul Raymond

 

Before the show

 

Showtime

 

 

THANKS FOR THE ABOVE PHOTO'S

 

 

Paul Raymond and Rob De Luca

 

Vinnie Moore

 

Paul Raymond

 

Vinnie Moore

 

Phil Mogg - Rob De Luca - Paul Raymond

 

Rob De Luca - Paul Raymond

 

Phil Mogg - Paul Raymond

 

Vinnie Moore - Phil Mogg - Rob De Luca

 

 

Phil Mogg - Rob De Luca

 

Vinnie Moore

 

Phil Mogg - Rob De Luca

 

Andy Patker - Phil Mogg - Rob De Luca - Paul Raymond

 

Phil Mogg - Andy Parker - Rob De Luca

 

Vinnie Moore - Phil Mogg

 

Rob De Luca - Paul Raymond

 

Vinnie Moore

 

Phil - Vinnie - Rob

 

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29th October 2016


 

 

29th October - Empire - Middlesbrough - England 

Line-up: Phil Mogg / Vinnie Moore / Paul Raymond / Andy Parker / Rob De Luca

SUPPORT BAND:

 

The impressive Middlesborough Empire

 

Andy - Phil - Rob

 

Set List

 

 

UFO, The Empire, Middlesbrough. 29.10.2016

Phil Mogg’s voice is at the top of the tree of vocalists for me, right there with Ronnie James Dio, Rob Halford, Bruce Dickenson et al.

It’s been 3 years since I saw them and due to queues getting in I missed most of the set as they opened up the main stage on Saturday at Download 2013 and I only caught Rock Bottom. UFO are now in their 5th decade and entertained millions of people worldwide headlining festivals, playing arenas, big gigs and small gigs across the land. I must admit I was a little surprised on the venue as The Town Hall is only next door and more akin to gigs but I kept an open mind.

My scepticism about the photo-pass was now a reality I received a call from a phone with a foreign dialling code with a guy with a Russian accent on the other end, I was a bit perplexed but he said I can take as many as I want from anywhere I liked but not the pit using any camera I have just no videos – Happy Days indeed. Turned out it was one of the support band Reds’Cool team so thank you very much.

The Empire.

This is a compact venue and a Nightclub at weekends; it is a beautifully ornate Victorian building that has kept all of its beautiful carved features and historical beauty. The bars are within the concert room so you won’t miss anything even if you pop for a pint. One of the real beauties of these smaller venues is that you’re only about 1m from your hero’s and idols and quite often the acoustics reverberate throughout the room in a way open air, big stage places don’t match.

After the support band finish the stage is quickly stripped of their kit the room is now packed out, judging by what little space is available this must be a sold out gig, no space on the floor in the centre of the room, people standing outside the 2 entrances on the stairs. Unfortunately the balcony was not open as it had been set for the following Halloween party for the usual Saturday night night- clubbers.

The lights dim, the crowd start chanting UFO-UFO, Andy Parker sits at his drums in the near darkness, Paul Raymond creeps behind his keyboard, Vinnie Moore and Rob de Luca’s silhouettes enter with guitar and bass and finally Phil Mogg and they start to blast out ‘We belong to the Night’ following straight into ‘Fight Night’ and ‘Run Boy Run’.

Then the 1st chord of ‘Lights out’ is struck and the crowd instantly know what’s coming one of the greatest anthems in Rock, this is now awesome. Staying in the Schenker era they move into ‘Venus’ quickly followed by another iconic crowd pleaser in ‘Only you can Rock Me’ and it’s time to cool things down and let the audience catch a breath with the melodic ‘Burn your house down’ and ‘Cherry’ and staying on the melodic side they continue with the superb ‘Love to Love’. That’s about it for the love songs so now we are just over half way through the set and it’s time to give the crowd something to make them start rocking again, ‘Too Hot to Handle’ gets them going and another from the new album A Conspiracy of Stars in the shape of ‘Messiah of Love’ followed by my favourite from The Wild the Willing and the Innocent , ‘Makin Moves’ this song is as punchy as hell after a soft but rhythmic lead in.

Andy, Paul and Vinnie leave the stage and Phil Mogg quips, ‘Well what are we going to do now? There’s only me and the bass player’, turns around to see if anyone is coming back, ‘looks like they have gone’ and has a bit of banter with Rob de Luca, ‘nope can’t play that….can’t do that either, hang on Pauls back we have keyboards, oh now we have a drummer’ and finally Vinnie appears.

Phil bobs down at the front of the stage and beckons to the audience and although I couldn’t hear him, he looked as though he was gesturing as much to say ‘What do you want to hear next’ the reply rings out just like it did in Chicago during the making of ‘Strangers in the Night back in 1978, ‘Rock Bottom’ goes the shout – ‘Got it, ok this is something called ‘Rock Bottom’ It’s good job this place has a solid floor under it as ‘Rock Bottom’ flowed straight into ‘Doctor Doctor’ and the place was jumping and to close what was a brilliant set, the final song of the night and another sing along for the crowd ‘Shoot Shoot’ with an extended ending as Vinnie Moore went on a little walk about down the stairs, offering his guitar to a few fans to have a little pluck at, through the pit area and back up the other side.

Sadly the main lights go on and that’s it over. Thank you UFO – take a bow.

Full set list.

  1. We belong to the night
  2. Fight night
  3. Run Boy run
  4. Lights out
  5. Venus
  6. Only you can rock me
  7. Burn your house down
  8. Cherry
  9. Love to Love
  10. Too Hot to Handle
  11. Messiah of Love
  12. Makin Moves
  13. Rock Bottom
  14. Doctor Doctor
  15. Shoot Shoot

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30th October 2016


 

30th October - O2 Academy - Sheffield - England

Line-up: Phil Mogg / Vinnie Moore / Paul Raymond / Andy Parker / Rob De Luca

SUPPORT BAND:

 

Pre-show Sound Checks

 

UFO - Vinnie MOORE - phil Mogg - Rob De luca - Andy Parker - Paul Raymond

 

Vinnie Moore - Paul Raymond - Rob De Luca

 

Too Hot To Handle returns to the Set List

Thanks to Russ for the above 3 photo's

 

Vinnie Moore

 

Paul Raymond

 

Rob De Luca

 

Phil Mogg and Rob De Luca

 

Rob De Luca and Paul Raymond

 

Rob De Luca

 

Vinnie Moore and Phil Mogg

 

Phil Mogg

 

Phil Mogg and Rob De Luca

 

Vinnie Moore

 

Vinnie Moore

 

Vinnie Moore

 

Phil Mogg and Paul Raymond

 

Rob De Luca

 

Paul Raymond

 

Special thanks to Pete Key for the exclusive photo's

Pete shot the Vinnie Moore 'Aerial Visions' cover photo

 

Rob De Luca - ©2016 Classic Rock Photography

 

Paul Raymond - ©2016 Classic Rock Photography

 

Rob De Luca - ©2016 Classic Rock Photography

 

Phil Mogg - ©2016 Classic Rock Photography

 

Paul Raymond - ©2016 Classic Rock Photography

 

Vinnie Moore - ©2016 Classic Rock Photography

 

Phil Mogg - ©2016 Classic Rock Photography

 

Vinnie Moore - ©2016 Classic Rock Photography

 

Vinnie Moore - ©2016 Classic Rock Photography

 

Above 9 photo's - Thanks to Rich Ward from Classic Rock Photography

You can view another set at Parr Hall, Warrington taken by Rich further up on this webpage

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31st October 2016



 

Cheers Marcin



1st November 2016


 

1st November - The Assembly - Leamington Spa - England

Line-up: Phil Mogg / Vinnie Moore / Paul Raymond / Andy Parker / Rob De Luca

SUPPORT BAND:

 


LAST NIGHT at The Assembly:
Ain't No Baby, Too Hot To Handle and Mother Mary

 

 


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2nd November 2016


 

2nd November - Tramshed - Cardiff - Wales

Line-up: Phil Mogg / Vinnie Moore / Paul Raymond / Andy Parker / Rob De Luca

SUPPORT BAND:

 

 

Venue Poster

 

Access All Areas - Backstage pass

 



 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thanks to Ian James for the above 4 photo's

 

 

Tramshed A Conspiracy of Stars With UFO

UFO A Consiracy of Stars tour at Tramshed Cardiff Photo Credit Mike Evans

Tramshed A Conspiracy of Stars With UFO

Opening with We Belong tonight the fans were delighted in a packed Tramshed tonight as UFO set off in cracking form following the opening rock from Russia with Red’s Call. The audience wanted lots of UFO classics it’s a Wednesday night and we all want to Rock out with the tunes that revitalize and remind us of our youth. UFO delivered that with a set list that toured through their Back Catalogue. Spanning the years from Phenomenon in the early seventies through to the latest A Conspiracy of Stars released last year.

The line-up of musicians may have changed but the core trio of vocalist Phil Mogg, drummer, Andy Parker with keys and guitar, Paul Raymond ensure that the heavy rock remains a constant, lead guitarist Vinnie Moore and bassist  Rob De Luca are UFO 2016. Phil was full of witty comments that the Cardiff crowd responded to with chants of Moggy Moggy Moggy! This was old school banter and hit the mark with the audience he can do this as he still can sing and pull the crowds deep into the heavy depths of the UFO sound.  As the evening warmed so did Phil’s vocals as they got stronger as the set progressed with the keys adding that extra dimension with cascading chords through the tracks.

Tonight, was about the band everyone was here to enjoy rock live and UFO delivered with song after song the set list was an exploration of the UFO sound.  For many tonight’s performances of  Run Boy Run and Messiah Of Love was the first opportunity to hear tracks from the new album and they fitted in fine, heavier than the sounds of the eighties, reflecting 21st Century rock. The rendition of Venus tonight was superb followed by exciting mounting songs, Only You Can Rock Me, Burn Your House Down and Cherry. Tonight Makin’ Moves was once again heard live in Cardiff having been given its first airing October 1980 at Sophia Gardens and many here tonight will remember that evening. Lights were certainly veering off tonight, the music was shining through and the choruses were sung with vigour and pure pleasure.

Triplet Encore that had the Tramshed cheering with excitement and pure joy, as Doctor, Doctor was followed by two numbers from 1975 album Force It, Shoot Shoot and closing with Mother Mary.

UFO, landed in Cardiff not with aliens but Heavy rock that has the riffs and chorus lines that we recognize and it is was a fiery performance as we came home to live music that spans the decades and so many memories of good times shared with UFO.

Bluesdoodles gives a big shout out and thanks to Mike Evans for his stunning photographs.

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4th November 2016


 

4th November - Spirit of 66 - Verviers - Belgium

Line-up: Phil Mogg / Vinnie Moore / Paul Raymond / Andy Parker / Rob De Luca

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CONCERT REPORT

 


Report, Photo's and Video - slight mix up regarding Bass Players

 


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5th November 2016


 

5th November - La Poudrière - Leffrinckoucke - France

Line-up: Phil Mogg / Vinnie Moore / Paul Raymond / Andy Parker / Rob De Luca

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Another set of photo's:

UFO - Vinnie Moore - Andy Parker - Phil Mogg - Rob De Luca - Paul Raymond

 

 

 

 

 

 


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6th November 2016


 

6th November - Boerderij - Zoetermeer - Holland

Line-up: Phil Mogg / Vinnie Moore / Paul Raymond / Andy Parker / Rob De Luca

SUPPORT BAND:

 

Venue Poster

 

Paul Raymond

 

Vinnie Moore - Phil Mogg - Andy Parker - Rob De Luca

 

Vinnie Moore - Phil Mogg - Rob De Luca

 

Andy Parker - Vinnie Moore - Rob De Luca

 

Vinnie Moore - Phil Mogg - Andy Parker

 

Vinnie Moore

 

Phil Mogg

 

UFO - above photo's ©Hans Beljaards - Thanks Hans

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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8th November 2016


 

8th November - Saal Stock - Hagen/Osnabrück - Germany

Line-up: Phil Mogg / Vinnie Moore / Paul Raymond / Andy Parker / Rob De Luca

SUPPORT BAND:

 

 

 

 

Phil Mogg

 

Phil Mogg

 

Paul Raymond

 

Rob De Luca - Vinnie Moore - Paul Raymond

 

UFO

 

UFO

 

UFO

 

Rob De Luca and Paul Raymond

 

Andy Parker

 

Many thanks to our own Alexa Wild

Alexa appeared on UFO's 'Seven Deadly' album on backing vocals

 

 


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9th November 2016


 

 

9th November - MS Connexion ComplexMannheim - Germany

Line-up: Phil Mogg / Vinnie Moore / Paul Raymond / Andy Parker / Rob De Luca

SUPPORT BAND:

 

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10th November 2016


 

10th November - Kubana - Siegburg - Germany

Line-up: Phil Mogg / Vinnie Moore / Paul Raymond / Andy Parker / Rob De Luca

 

SUPPORT BAND:

 

Nic - Vinnie Moore - Andy Parker - Phil Mogg

 

UFO - Vinnie Moore - Andy Parker - Phil Mogg - Rob De Luca - Paul Raymond

Two above photo's ©2016 sixstringshredi

 

above photo ©2016 _bobby.jean_

 


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11th November 2016


 

11th November Fabrik- Bruchsal - Germany

Line-up: Phil Mogg / Vinnie Moore / Paul Raymond / Andy Parker / Rob De Luca

 

SUPPORT BAND:

 

Monitor Screen

 

 

 

Thanks to Vanessa as always

 


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