Review: Graham Gouldman, Apex, Bury St Edmunds, Wednesday, October 4

Graham Gouldman performed at the Apex in Bury St Edmunds. Picture: JUDY TOTTON

Graham Gouldman performed at the Apex in Bury St Edmunds. Picture: JUDY TOTTON - Credit: Archant

It was a unique semi-acoustic set full of hit songs covering over five decades.

Singer/songwriter Graham Gouldman, a long-time member of 10cc, thrilled a near sold out Apex with an array of tunes stretching back to the 1960s.

From his first ever hit tune, the Yardbird’s “For Your Love”, to his favourite song “Bus Stop”, a huge success for The Hollies, and his more recent compositions “Ready To Go Home” and “Say The Word” the 90-minute routine had the audience in awe.

The 71-year-old’s voice is still as strong as ever as he and his three other musicians, Ian Hornal, Ciaran Jeremiah and Dave Cobey, produced a sparkling show which featured “No Milk Today”, “Good Morning Judge”, “Look Through Any Window”, “Bridge To Your Heart”, “I’m Not In Love”, “The Things We Do For Love”, “Dreadlock Holiday” and many more.

Support came from Jack Lukeman one of Ireland’s most respected and best loved performers.


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