Rhino performed with his two sons, Freddie (guitars) and Max (drums), as part of the Woodedz on September 15th at The Peel in the West London suburb of Kingston. The set was a mixture of new songs, "Rhino's Revenge" material and of course an obligatory Quo track (obscurely in the form of "Obstruction Day"!). Notable songs included "Game On", "Gigolo", "Secretary", "Don't Come Around Here No More", "Shame" and "Jungle Love".
The crowd for the show included Mike Paxman, Rick Parfitt Jr, and Rick Parfitt Snr! Photos of this show can be found here and here.Revisit the September 2006 event list
State of Quo played their first ever gig in Glasgow on September 15th with a show at the aptly-named "Rockers" venue. The setlist was enough to make any Quo fan salivate ... and many did just that! The following list is just a taster from their amazing repetoire!
Rhino again performed with his sons in Woodedz, this time at The Red Lion in Twickenham on September 20th. The pub had unfortunately double-booked the band room, so their set was reduced to half an hour but was well-received by the crowd of about 30. Rhino took to the drumkit on "Slick Rick Rap" and they also belted out a fine version of "Paper Plane". Jeff Rich was seen in the audience, as well as Keff Miller from Eastenders.
Photos of the band in action can be found here.Revisit the September 2006 event list
The Woodedz played their most important gig to date at The Orange in West Kensington on September 21st. Supported by Daren callow and Carmen Pimps (featuring former Hurricane Party singer Steve Pipe), Woodedz made the most of their opportunity with a storming set, again seeing Rhino taking to the drums on "Slick Rick Rap" and finishing off with Rhino's Brentford FC song, "Owusu (The One And Only)". The full set list follows.
Photos of the band in action can be found here and here.Revisit the September 2006 event list