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10 April 2018

Los Angeles Reviews: “It was a night filled with infectious rock tracks, wicked licks and lots of audience interaction.” “The Darkness never dipped too low on the fun factor, keeping the energy upbeat through the night.” Via: http://loudwire.com/the-darkness-tour-de-prance-los-angeles-opening-night-photos-review/   “Justin Hawkins is a supremely charismatic entertainer; whose epic vocals and buzzing guitar work are electrifying to […]

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Concert Blog: The UKs The Darkness Show Seattle Rock Is Still Alive (via KISW)

10 April 2018

The Darkness (Tour de Prance) – Showbox – Seattle 4.3.18 I remember seeing this video for the first time and my jaw dropped. Growing up as a 70s classic/hard/mainstream/glam rock of the 70s The Darkness were like a visual and soundful re-blasting of everything cool about what 70s rock had to offer in a new package decades later. […]

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Show Review: The Darkness with Diarrhea Planet at The Regency Ballroom, 3/31/2018 (via spinningplatters.com)

10 April 2018

Rock is dead, people say. They say this because EDM and hip-hop headliners rule the festival stage, and when a rock band is seen anywhere on stage, it’s always dismissed as a legacy act. When people say this, they’re stupid. Show Review: The Darkness with Diarrhea Planet at The Regency Ballroom, 3/31/2018 by GORDON ELGART on APRIL 4, […]

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The Darkness Are Solid Gold In Colorado (via Alternative Revolt)

10 April 2018

          The days are long gone when people have considered The Darkness a “joke glam” band.  Since reforming in 2011, the British rockers have put out three successful albums and are currently playing sold out venues across the United States in support of their most recent output Pinewood Smile. The tour billed as […]

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Review – Though Very Funny, The Darkness Was No Joke (via 303 Magazine)

10 April 2018

When the bill reads The Darkness and Diarrhea Planet, one could safely assume that they would be in for a night of perverse comedy. In the case of the opening act, the name suggests the possibility… Source: 303 Magazine  

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