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- Upcoming Uriah Heep live dates!
April 14 - Club Rockin 70's, Katinkulta, Finland
July 6 (or 7) - Lovely Days Festival, Saint Polten, Austria
July 14 - TBA, Paraga , Finland
July 20 - Seadays, Kotka, Finland
July 21 - Open air, Breitenbach, Germany
July 26 - Keitelejazz Aaenokoski, north of Jyvaskyla, Finland
July 27 - Club Umpitunneli, Tornio (north of Oulu), Finland
All details, tickets info, phone numbers:
- Following the announcement of the new
Uriah Heep studio album, to be recorded soon and released this year by
Sanctuary Records, here's some words by Jonathan Richards of Sanctuary:
"Sanctuary Records are delighted to continue their association with Uriah
Heep and are very much looking forward to releasing their brand new album
in 2007. It has been both an honour and privilege to work with the band
and their rich recorded legacy over the years and we're eager to continue
our partnership into the new millennium with new music from one of the
UK's greatest hard rock bands". The repercussion about the upcoming
release has been awesome as the following links show:
*** OOR Magazine
*** Rock Brigade magazine
*** Classic Rock magazine
*** Classic Rock Revisited
*** Brave Words & Bloody Knuckles
*** Radio Itaip?FM
*** Radar magazine
*** Maximum Metal
- Week 5 FINAL FINALE of
the Uriah Heep CD giveaway contests! The Prizes: Uriah Heep "Chapter and
Verse" 6 CD Boxed Set and the new compilation 2 CD "Easy Livin' - The
Singles A's & B's" , donated and released by Sanctuary Records. Tune in
and listen to the broadcast of WTIT / Travellers In Time Radio on Saturday
night January 20th (or Sunday morning January 21st depending upon your
location) between the hours of 12 Midnight and 3AM EST (5am - 8am London /
9pm - 12am PST). A rebroadcast will be done Sunday night between 9pm -
12am EST (2am - 5am London / 6pm - 9pm PST). See
for all details!
- Finland is definitely a Heepy country... wise people the Finnish should
be! Apart from the announcement of forthcoming concerts this year, here's
some links with photos and info on last year's electric and acoustic
*** Acoustic concerts:
*** Uriah Heep Stamps and Postcard
Thanks to Tapio "Hey Tapster, Bring Me
Another Ale" MinKkKkinen.
- Vote for The Heep! Here's a link to Norway's largest paper website
where you can vote for the most popular 70's band. Uriah Heep are among
the 20 most popular now and we can make them go up in the poll! Here's
. Look for your favourite band there
(hint, hint) and give them points rating from 1 to 6 where the 6 is best.
Thanks to Egil Bokn.
- More pictures from the Uriah Heep gig in Rio de Janeiro last year can be
. Thanks to Carlos Vaz of Progressive Rock BR for the link.
- Uriah Heep in Munich 2006, by Enrico "The Wiz" Fusco:
- An interesting article with Trevor
Bolder speaking about the legendary British blues man John Mayall can be
found through this link:
- Uriah Heep on Wikipedia:
- Trivia time #1... Uriah Heep in book? Check this out:
. Thanks to Joanna Taylor for the tip.
- Trivia time #2... the Uriah Heep Syndrome?? Check this out:
MORE HEEP... AND RELATED!
- John Lawton will be performing on 16th May in Bochum (Zeche) with "Rock
Classic Allstars". Details at
(thanks to Renate Fischer of SOT for the info).
- John Lawton will be singing the title track on Dave White's 2007 release
"One Left". The CD is due to be released later in 2007 with additional
contributions from Bob Dreher and Mike "Muzzy" Fedysky (http://www.heepheads.com),
Erol Sora (http://www.erolsora.com),
Roger (The Riffman) Newport (http://www.riffman.co.uk),
and lyrics by Ron Mann (http://www.travellersintime.com).
- Check out John's new MySpace page at
- The Heepheads have been added to the Heepsteria II project with their
version of "Suicidal Man". The song features Bob Dreher on lead vocals
and guitar, Mike "Muzzy" Fedysky on bass guitar, Graham Hulme on
percussion and vocals, and Dave White on Hammond organ and lead guitar.
See details at
- The new Neal Morse (ex-Spock's Beard) album titled "With A Little Help
From My Friends" contains a 10-minute original prog instrumental and some
covers including the classic Joe Cocker title track as well as Uriah
Heep's "Easy Livin'" and some other acoustic songs. Thanks to Wayne
Catalde for the info.