On Twitter, they’re baying for the artist’s blood – or a hauling over the coals for violating the trade discriminations act, at the very least. The offence? Announcing the performance of a much-loved album, and then doing as little of it as possible on the night.
With hindsight, this weekend’s series of onstage car crashes should have been spotted well in advance. The latest nostalgia trend, in which artists past their prime look back on kinder royalty cheques and agree to wind back the years to perform their best selling album in its entirety, is exactly the kind of thing you’d expect from The Charlatans or Oasis (Liam has the Morning Glory anniversary tour pencilled in for 2015).Read More