This concert being the last gig on their danish tour, one would expect a fair amount of people from the Copenhagen area to join the rock'n'roll party in Albertslund this Saturday evening. But unfortunately danish people prefer sad amateurs with no talent in "X-factor" to real live music, so it was a pretty poor crowd this evening.
Forbrændingen is a fine little venue (450 people allowed) and the sound acoustics are very good in there. Only annoyance is that it is in Albertslund which is about 20 minutes by train outside of Copenhagen.
The Setting Son played a pretty fine support gig, although not exactly my type of band. If they adjusted the vocals they might actually be on to something cool. The dude on the organ certainly rocked a lot.
Baby Woodrose and especially Lorenzo "Guf" worked, fought and spit for the right to rock. They played a somewhat short but very tight set, and especially an insanely dedicated "Rollercoaster" rocked the small venue like bloody hell. I'm not really a Baby Woodrose fan but you can't argue with a true rock'n'roll band and especially not with dancing fairies. Baby Woodrose kicks some serious ass live. Yesterday they unfortunately happened to play a gig in a country that knows a whole lot of nothing about rock'n'roll and real music.
Band: Baby Woodrose
Venue: Forbrændingen, Albertslund, DK
Concert Date: 2008-03-29
Support Band: The Setting Son
Ticket Price (DKK): 80
Ticket Provider: Venue
Content Type: Concert Review
Updated: 2008-03-30 15:22
Created: 2008-03-30 14:40