Blues In Britain Magazine The Half Moon, Putney The band were playing on the “Introducing Stage” at this inaugural event hosted by Solid Entertainments at The Winter Gardens in Blackpool. The event took place over the weekend of 2/3/4 February and featured such Rock luminaries as Colosseum, Man, and Climax Blues Band. There was even
As we write this blog, there is now just under a week until our debut album, “Are We Invisible?” is released! Needless to say, the band are very excited to finally be getting our first album together out there to the masses, we really hope you buy a copy and, more importantly, enjoy it. We
Long Road Home are happy to announce that their long-awaited debut album, “Are We Invisible?”, will be available to purchase on all good streaming platforms and on CD on October 31st. The album contains 11 tracks: Long Road Home Are We Invisible? I Lose Again Where I Wanna Be What They Call The Blues Eye
At last, we can announce our debut album launch party! Long Road Home’s debut album, “Are We Invisible?”, is due for release in October 2023 and to celebrate the fact, the band are hosting a gig at the famous Half Moon pub in Putney, south London on Thursday, November 16th. It promises to be a
We are really sad to announce that this year’s Cambridge Rock Festival, scheduled for August 4th – 6th at Horseheath Lodge in Cambridgeshire, has had to be postponed until next summer, 2024. We were scheduled to perform on Sunday, August 6th and we will hopefully be on the bill for next year… watch this space!
The band were back with producer Steve Lyon last week, at Panic Button Studio on the Thames, to put the finishing touches on the debut album, “Are We Invisible?”. Steve’s a great producer/engineer and has worked with some of the biggest names in the industry during his career, so we are really glad to have
Well not completely “unplugged”, but it was a stripped-down version of the band who supported Dutch legends, Focus , at London’s Bush Hall last Thursday (20 April). It was just Mike, Derek & Steve who played a short set (which included some experimental bongo work from Mike!) but the audience really seemed to enjoy the
Great club-style venue in Ruislip – Long Road Home making their debut on Sunday, Feb 5th 2023! LRH were booked to play at the Tropic back in October ’22 but, at the last minute, the gig was called off due to heavy rain and the venue letting water – health & safety! But the band
Although not a regular at The BBC (Bletchley Blues Club), every time I do visit I always leave with a catchy tune buzzing around my head and a real feeling of contentment having seen a great new act (to me anyway)… tonight was no exception. This was, I believe, only the second gig from “Long
The debut album from Long Road Home is well underway! The band has been busy in the studio writing and recording tracks for their first album which is due to be released in the Spring of 2023. So far they are well over halfway, with 6 of the 10 tracks recorded, so definitely on schedule.