Five Fold Kiss [Covers - various, 5 piece]
I see 2 or 3 live bands every week, one of the tightest bands musically you will ever see on a pub circuit & vocally, Beki the lead singer is off the scale, absolutely fantastic, if you love live music & haven’t seen this band have a look on lemon rock se where they are playing, you won’t be disappointedJohn Kerr, Monday 9 September 2019
Hi John, that's good praise indeed! Thank you very much :-)
Hope to see you at a venue soon.
I saw this band at The Grove last night. They really are one of the best bands playing in this region with first class vocals, song selection and overall musicianship . Previously I'd seen them at The Blacksmith's Arms in St Albans where there were also excellent. Highly recommended.
GeorgeSunday 20 December 2015
Hi George, thanks so much for the applause. It was good fun at The Grove and we hope to be back there sometime this year.
Check the gig listings on lemonrock for more local gigs. Horn St. Albans tomorrow night!
What a night! One of my favourite bands which doesn't come to Hillingdon any more, (where they have quite a few fans), so if the mountain won't............ We travelled to the 'Odds' a great pub with reasonable prices provided a welcome atmosphere as the crowd slowly grew for the start of the first set. Contemporary rock alongside some great classics soon had the toes tapping and people singing aloud. The crowd grew until the room, dedicated to music, was packed later in the evening. The dancers got involved late in the day and all too soon the party was over. Mom to be and the boys can be happy with yet another great night's work.
Dennis HodgkinsSunday 22 September 2013
I bumped into Chantal when Ricky Purcell was gigging at The Angel, Hayes End last month. She was good enough to remind me that FFK were soon to be down at Harlington; what a good job she did so.
The pub was bursting at the seams, surprising as it was £3.90 a pint! Music supplied by the 'man on the decks' built a good atmosphere prior to a prompt 9.30 start in front of an expectant crowd. They weren't to be disappointed.
Rocking from the start with standing room only, the band brilliantly covered Manic Street Preachers, Foo Fighters and U2 with ease. An energetic performance from Chantal got the crowd dancing and arm waving like mad things.
Great to see a band only take a 20 minute break.
Than it's back with the likes of Stereophonics and my personal favourite Nickleback's "How You Remind Me".
The night continued to rock with no let up in pace or quality; the large crowd who stood their ground all night was testament to that.
I missed hearing a Kelly Clarkson number which I'm sure would have gone down well. Eventually 'that time of night' came and two encores followed. I was shocked to find out that I enjoyed Soft Cell's "Tainted Love", what a rocking good cover that was.
If you were there, see you next time. If you weren't - tough, you missed a good one!
A night to remember.
Dennis HodgkinsSunday 16 December 2012
I used to see Five Fold Kiss all the time, but as my own band has got busier I haven't had much chance for a while, so I was happy to see that they were playing a Sunday afternoon at The Horns.
Although it's been a while, I didn't expect that their set would have changed much, so I was surprised when they kicked off with the Foo Fighters', "Everlong", followed by The Black Keys', "Gold On The Ceiling". We were then treated to what was pretty much a whole new set with a couple of their regular songs mixed in.
Chantal is supremely confidant and has bucket loads of charisma. Graham & Jason trade some very clever guitar licks and Gary flies around the drum kit with amazing speed and precision. The new songs also give Niall a chance to stretch himself and I have to admit that I didn't realise just how well he can play that bass. The band move seamlessly from one song to the next with a few well chosen words from Chantal, or a funny quip from one of the guys thrown in.
They have an eclectic mix of songs and don't just stick to the safe covers that a lot of covers band seem to favour. The highlight for me was their rendition of Alabama Shakes', "Hold On". They just seemed to generate so much atmosphere.
These guys have really stepped up their game, so if you haven't caught them yet or haven't seen them for a while, don't miss their next gig.
Mick BarrySaturday 18 August 2012
Thank you for your kind words Mick.
We always try hard to think of new songs that are popular and work for us and the audience. We do have one or two "classics" but prefer to mix it up with new stuff too!
The audience at The Horns always create a good atmosphere too. Hope to catch you soon!