One Live Shot A Day Turns Summer Into A Holiday – Believe The WET LEG Hype (I Know, I Saw Them)

Last May British mega hype WET LEG from the Isle of Wight confirmed their
press-given status of new guitar-pop queens with their self-titled debut LP.

A sparkling collection of sickly addictive tunes with witty, absurd, and hilarious stories.

Yesterday night I saw them play live for the first time. It happened at the (always) fantastic 4-day Pukkelpop Festival in Belgium. What a sweaty-stimulating-spirited- sensational show it was. With the volume way up (compared to the album’s sweet sound) the packed-as-sardines tent went berserk.

The two wet legs, Rhian Teasdale and Hester Chambers, just like the word-by-word singing/swinging along crowd, couldn’t care less about the sauna temperature. It was
pure rhapsody. Man, oh, man life can be so over-the-top-fun at times. And that’s what
we ALL felt last night., over the top.




Their performance of their super striking stroke Chaise Lounge at this year’s Glastonbury festival will give you and idea about what thousands and I experienced yesterday night.

Excuse me, what?
Excuse me, what?
Excuse me, what?

WET LEG: Facebook

(Live photos by Turn Up The Volume – Pukkelpop Festival 20 August 2022)

One Live Shot A Day Turns Summer Into A Holiday – Today: SHARON VAN ETTEN Sending 17 Shivers Down Your Spine

When you sing gorgeously, when you sound gorgeously, when you perform live
gorgeously and you look gorgeously, you must be the gorgeous SHARON VAN ETTEN.

She released her supreme, 6th album We’ve Been Going About This All Wrong last May.

But for this daily series I picked this astounding live rendition of SEVENTEEN.
One of the many top tunes on her previous LP Remind Me Tomorrow (2019).

Magical finale.
Shivers down your spine…


Last month, 6 June, in Belgium. Epic concert. (Photo by Turn Up The Volume)

One Live Shot A Day Turns Summer Into A Holiday – Today: The Legendary Gold Lamé Rockers SHA NA NA

25 July 2022

When I was busy zig-zagging on YT this morning I came across clips of these utterly cool, utterly funny, utterly wackos with greasy haircuts (well most of them), who gained fame in NYC from 1969 on as SHA NA NA, with cover versions of 50s hit singles. But it was much more than covering songs.

They were great performance artists who billed themselves as ” from the streets of New York”. They were always dressed for the occasion, sometimes with gold lamé glitter outfits or leather jackets (or both), and weirdo greasy haircuts and ducktails hairdos. They were great harmony singers too and toured the world for years.

Check ’em out, ladies and gents, here on TV in 1973 with their version of a 1957 song called Rama Lama Ding Dong , originally recorded by American doo-wop act The Edsels

This is fab-tastic!

SHA NA NA: Bio – Discography

One Live Shot A Day Turns Summer Into A Holiday – KASABIAN On Fire At This Year’s ISLE OF WIGHT Fest

24 July 2022

(photo by Turn Up The Volume)

Two years ago flamboyant frontman Tom Meighan left KASABIAN following personal problems. The announcement came via this statement from the band: “Tom Meighan is stepping down from Kasabian by mutual consent. Tom has struggled with personal issues that have affected his behavior for quite some time, and now wants to concentrate all his energies on getting his life back on track.”

But the Leicester group is back. New album The Alchemist’s Euphoria will see the day
of light on 5th August. The band’s songwriter Serge Pizzorno, who occasionally sang Kasabian songs in the past, is the new vocalist.

To celebrate their return, they already played some big festival
slots with more to come as well as an extensive indoor tour.

They’re on FIRE again as shown at this year’s
edition of the legendary Isle Of Wight.

Jump, jump, jump

KASABIAN: Facebook – Instagram

One Live Shot A Day Turns Summer Into A Holiday – Today: The Real Punk Rock Deal With AMYL And Her SNIFFERS

18 July 2022

(Photo by Turn Up The Volume – Antwerp, 2019)

AMYL AND THE SNIFFERS are one of the hottest acts going apeshit on open-air podia around the globe right now. With two sizzling-and-steaming-punk-and-roll albums in
three years under their belt now they have enough stonking stunners to blow people’s minds.

Amyl is the real deal. I know, I saw
her live a couple of years ago and I
have my ticket for her October show
in Antwerp (Belgium) in my pocket

Here she and her sniffin’ comrades explode in Atlanta last April when playing
Security (from their 2021 LP Comfort To Me) for the festival’s security guards.

Turn up the heat, Amyl…