I can’t believe it’s been 10 years since I performed a full Crass set at The Last Supper Tour. Here are some photos from when we were in Europe in October 2010.
I’m absolutely gutted to have to tell you that Dave King, who designed the Crass symbol in 1977, has died. He was a bloody good mate and I’ll miss him.
My thoughts and arms reach out to Dionne, his soulmate of many years. But we can all take comfort in the knowledge that a part of Dave is emblazoned on people’s bodies all over the world.
See you later Dave. You’ll never be forgotten. Here’s to you mate.
Steve, 19th October 2019
(Image by Dod Morrison)
This is an interview I did with Punk 77 just before the Feeding gigs at Shepherds Bush in 2007.
Steve Ignorant and Penny Rimbaud perform ‘Do They Owe Us a Living’ in 1977 at Dial House rehearsal room and 2011 at the Shepherd’s Bush Empire – SOMETHING OLD, SOMETHING NEW, DO THEY OWE US A LIVING? OF COURSE THEY FRIGGIN DO!!!! Got 10p to spare?
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All Ages – LONDON
Eel Pie Records – LONDON
World.of Echo – LONDON
Stranger than Paradise – LONDON
Probe – LIVERPOOL
Action – PRESTON
Piccadilly – MANCHESTER
Groucho – DUNDEE
Pie and Vinyl – SOUTHSEA
Sound it out – TEESIDE
Bear Tree – SHEFFIELD
Truck – OXFORD
Reflex – NEWCASTLE
Spillers – CARDIFF
Monorail – GLASGOW
Rockaboom – LEICESTER
Jumbo – LEEDS
Banquet – KINGSTON
Simon is a published freelance concert photographer. His new book ‘Punks Not Dead’ is now available via his website https://www.simontakes.photos/
This is a yearly festival in a brilliant location. 2018 is promising to be a superb day with an excellent line up. Doors at 12 noon and first band on at 12:30.
Paranoid Vision And I will be performing a SPECIAL set of anarcho Classics!
See you there. (If you don’t have your ticket yet there are still a couple left)
A lovely bloke and great pictures.
Rebellion is one of my favourite all ages indoor festival with 7 stages (including the Rebellion Introducing Stage), over 350 bands, art exhibition and tatooist it caters for everyone. But what makes this festival truly special is the Rebellion team/family that runs it and the people that come.
For me it’s the perfect place to meet up with friends from all over the world, listen to good music and make some new friends.