Tag Archives: David Neville King

David Neville King, Gig Review. The Party In The Park, Bootle.

Liverpool Sound and Vision Rating * * * *

It feels at times that the artist can be confined in a bubble, that society does not expect them to be go beyond what they deem to be a fair place, an almost cell like and society driven conflict, “we wish to love you”, you can almost hear them cry, “but we don’t want to share you.” The artist is not a caged bird, to keep them in one place is to ignore their spirit, their heart and their ambition, and in David Neville King, there are few who can match his impressive heart and spirit.

David Neville King, Gig Review. The Courtroom Cafe, Liverpool.

Liverpool Sound and Vision Rating * * * *

Liverpool Acoustics’ new home of the Courtroom Café not only suits the requirements of the musicians who pass through the heavy wooden door and up past the six once grand steps befitting the buildings former occupants and Liverpool’s heritage, it sounds great as well, the fabric of the building, the history of the area in and around the older parts of the city somehow adding a weight of mystery and enthusiasm to the proceedings.