When Thatcher Got Punked
The One Show on iPlayer https://www.bbc.co.uk/
After months of planning, rehearsing and sorting out our visas Paranoid Visions and I are ready to set off to America to perform 40 years of Anarcho Classics.
You can catch up with us at the following shows:
Thursday 24th May – Cornerstone Craft Beer & Live Music, Berkely, San Francisco https://www.theuctheatre.org/event/1640263-steve-ignorant-paranoid-berkeley/
Saturday 26th May – The Fonda Theatre, LA http://www.fondatheatre.com/events/detail/346301
Sunday 27th May – Punk Rock Bowling Club Show, Las Vegas https://punkrockbowling.com/clubshows/surprise-guest-days-n-daze-rats-in-the-wall-fiends/
Monday 28th May – Punk Rock Bowling, Downtown Las Vegas Events Center https://punkrockbowling.com/bands/steve-ignorant-presents-crass-1977-1984/
See you soon.
Photo taken by Simon Balaam.
BRDCST 2018 is a 5 day indoor festival in Brussels packed with interviews, concerts and films. Saturday the 7th April was curated by the Sleaford Mods and we were well chuffed to be asked to play. As you can imagine there was a great line up and we absolutely loved it.
Big thanks to the Sleaford Mods & Steve Underwood for asking us, thank you AB team for looking after us and everyone that came to see us.
The links below will give you a flavour of the day or will bring back some great memories.
Video clip of Steve Ignorant’s Slice Of Live
Ancienne Belgique (AB) is a concert hall for contemporary music in Brussels, Belgium. It is one of the leading concert venues in Belgium. www.abconcerts.be
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Really enjoyed my chat with John Gentile.
We’re all back stage when suddenly this cute kid comes up to me ….
Playing with Paranoid Visions in Tokyo was certainly special. The people we met could not have been more friendly and helpful. We were looked after from the moment we arrived to when we were on the plane again which was a good thing as nearly all of the writing is in Japanese.
The support bands we played with were fantastic and I absolutely loved listening to them. It’s a shame it’s so expensive for them to come over to Europe as I know they would go down here really well.