London Fleadh week ARE YOU READY!?

Brian Downey's ALIVE AND DANGEROUS take their Live and Dangerous set to Nells Jazz & Blues on the 10th of February 2018 for London Fleadh week. Following two sold out shows in November 2017, this year marks the 40th anniversary of one of the greatest and most influential rock albums of all time. So if you were there last time around you know what to expect, and who knows? maybe a little more. Tickets from SEETICKETS.COM or check out the tour page on www.briandowneysaliveanddangerous.com

Legendary Rock producer Chris Tsangarides has died aged 61

Chris Tsangarides passed away on 6th January 2018. He had previously worked with bands like Judas Priest, Helloween, Anvil, Black Sabbath, Yngwie Malmsteen, Gary Moore to name a few, and of course Thin Lizzy. Throughout the 1980s and into the 1990s, Tsangarides became famous with the hard rock and heavy metal scene, having produced signature albums, like Anvil's Metal on Metal in 1982 and Thin Lizzy's Renegade album and the acclaimed final studio release Thunder and Lightning in 1983. R.I.P Chris.

Remembering Philip Lynott on the 4th January. 32 years since his passing.

It's been 32 years since The Rocker Phil Lynott passed away but the music of Thin Lizzy still remains and sounds as fresh as it did back in the height of their fame. His anniversary and life is celebrated every year in Ireland and across Europe. Rest in peace Phil. Always remembered. Photo RTE

40 years of LIVE AND DANGEROUS

Wishing all our supporters and fans a Happy New Year for 2018 and thanks for all of your support throughout 2017. This year ALIVE AND DANGEROUS will be heading out on tour to celebrate the album LIVE AND DANGEROUS. Hailed as one of the greatest live rock albums of all time, released on June 2nd 1978 and recorded in London during November 1976 and in October 1977 in Philadelphia and Toronto. The band look forward to seeing you at some of the festivals and shows throughout the year. There will be more dates added to the website very soon. Photo by Chalkie Davies.