8 Years Ago Classic Joe Elliott/Down 'n' Outz Concert Review 2 Belfast 2014
Def Leppard singer Joe Elliott's band Down 'n' Outz played a show in Belfast, Northern Ireland on 17th December 2014 and a second archive concert review is available to read.
My Global Mind reviewed the show which took place at Limelight.
A second review is available for this show.
The first visit to this city.
My Global Mind - Online Review Quotes
"On a night of lookalikes, The Quireboys’ Paul Guerin was doing a certain John Sykes no disservice at all in delivering a sterling performance on lead guitar. The solos were effective, aggressive and eloquent all at the same time, particularly in the band’s superb rendition of ‘The Journey’. Similarly, a lot must be said for Vixen bassist Share Ross who demonstrated an enviable and effortless style of bass playing that just resonated cool throughout. Guy Griffin and Phil Martini rounded off the rhythm and guitar sections impressively and professionally."
"A rather touching moment of the night came when Elliott made mention of Vivian Campbell’s heartfelt hello to the people of Belfast, referring to them as “my people”. The song ‘Whizz Kid’ was then dedicated to Vivian in suitable style."
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