Author Archives: Bazza Mills

About Bazza Mills

G'day my name is Bazza Mills! Whilst my wife watches reality TV shows, I enjoy listening to music, going to gigs and taking some photos. Growing up between Scotland and Australia exposed me to a variety of music and my tastes range from The Stone Roses to Guns N Roses. Typically, I love most things guitar based and have a love for live music and photography!

From The Jam LIVE @ Oran Mor, Glasgow 8.12.14

Ok so From The Jam are not The Jam but on a cold Winter’s night it was a highly enjoyable way to spend the evening.  With Jam member Bruce Foxton on bass guitar, Smiley on drums and Russell Hastings taking…

The Who LIVE @ SSE Hydro, Glasgow 30.11.14

Rating: Glasgow has always been a popular place to kick-off a tour and this was the second tour opening night of the month I attended following the terrific Kasabian gig earlier a week or so back. Having last caught The…

Pete MacLeod LIVE @ Nice ‘N’ Sleazy Glasgow 28.11.14

Fresh from his German tour supporting Midge Ure and on the back of the exciting news that he will be recording his second album with multi-million selling producer Youth, Pete MacLeod took to the stage for an intimate performance at Glasgow’s Nice ‘N’ Sleazy. With…

Kasabian LIVE @ The Hydro, Glasgow 19.11.14

Rating: With Glasgow being the opening night of the nation-wide tour and support being provided by The Macabees this had all the makings of a terrific night. The Macabees did a fine job in warming up the Hydro crowd with…

Lady Gaga LIVE @ SSE Hydro, Glasgow 16.11.14

Rating: So “Date Night” with the missus brings me to the Hydro to see and hear Lady Gaga in all her glory amongst her die-hard fans or ‘Monsters’ as she calls them. On arriving at the Hydro the first thing…

TRACK REVIEW: Cast ‘Baby Blue Eyes’

Rating: Formed over 20 years ago from the ashes of The La’s and Shack, CAST exploded onto the scene with the release of their 1995 debut album All Change and in the four years that followed went on to score…

ALBUM REVIEW: GUN ‘Taking On The World’

Rating: Receiving this CD the first thing that struck me…25th Anniversary! Really, how did that happen? Back in 1989 when Glasgow rock band GUN released their debut album I was 14 years old and spending the majority of my time…