The Dead Daisies returned to London with a bang, playing the O2 Forum Kentish Town for the first time. After Graham Bonnet and London based FM had got the crowd warmed up, The Dead Daisies raised the temperature to boiling as they exploded onto the stage once more.
The full venue had a big early showing with fans making sure that they secured their place as near to the front of the stage as they could to witness the full force of The Daisies.
As David Lowy chugged out the unforgettable riff to ‘Long Way To Go’, the band launched right into their set like a charge of the light brigade taking no prisoners. As Glenn entered the stage and roared out the vocals, the packed London crowd shouted out in approval.
The day off gave the guys that extra boost and rejuvenated enthusiasm as they prowled the stage from the start of the set to the end of the set. David was enjoying the crowd’s appreciation of the performance as he nearly covered a marathon on-stage.
’Shine On’ and ‘Mistreated’ were once again the highlights for the audience on a cold winter night in London. Wednesday will see the band back in Glenn’s home turf with a show in Wolverhampton. Get your tickets now while you can!
Additional photos by Alastair Adams, David Walker, Gregg Howarth, Olivier Goor, Dave Clowes, Joe Duckworth, Mark Mitchell, Ella Stormark, Ruth Rivers, Saule Gradeckaite, David Bryan, Andrei Chis, Atsuko Kuniyoshi, Bruno Berry, Ivan Spibey