THE stunning blues-rock music of Paul Kossoff, the lead guitar prodigy whose soaring playing lit up 1970s rockers Free, is coming back to The Half Moon, Putney, in October '19.
Kossoff, of course, died tragically young after a drugs battle aged just 25, but his music lives on with The Band Plays On, a band featuring Terry Slesser, the lead vocalist of Koss's post-Free band, Back Street Crawler.
The Band Plays On play The Half Moon, Putney, on Sunday 27th October 2019 and will feature the very best of Free's back catalogue and also Back Street Crawler's two-album sojourn. The band's name is fittingly also the name of BSC's first album with Kossoff from 1975.
Highlights include Free's world-wide hit and rock anthem "All Right Now", "Fire and Water", crowd pleaser "The Hunter" and "Molten Gold", one of the first tracks Slesser and Kossoff played together with Back Street Crawler.
Advance: GBP 15.0
Artist: Kossoff: The Band Plays On