Tag Archives: Ste Neildsy

Ste Neildsy, Gig Review. Party In The Park, Bootle.

Liverpool Sound and Vision Rating 9/10

In another time Ste Neildsy would have been arguably suited to the role bestowed upon him of a Liverpool Johnny Cash spliced ingeniously with the musical gene of Jeff Lynne, such his stance, his gaze, his whole rock solid demeanour of spirit and perceptive and often more lyrical praise. Whilst there may be no gruffness, no dedicated man in black naturally pounding at the establishment door and gaining access to a world he cares little for; instead what you find with Neildsy is the creative back hander which thrills both the senses and puts a smile readily on the face.

Ste Neildsy, Gig Review. Johnsons’ Pavilion, Bootle.

Ste Neildsy performing in Bootle. July 2016.

Ste Neildsy performing in Bootle. July 2016. Photograph by Ian D. Hall.

Liverpool Sound and Vision Rating * * * *

Acoustic is what acoustic does; in the scheme of things, it might get lost in the clamour of the fast paced and often absurd world we find ourselves inhabiting. It might be passed by and only thought of as something you might find at a wedding or in the confines of a smaller sized venue, one in which is often passed by for the big brash experience, the pounding of the beat.