Restless + Darrel Higham + The Kopy Katz live at The 100 Club, London
What a gig to an absolutely packed house at The 100 Club, London on 28 Feb 2020. The Kopy Katz, rockabilly legends Restless and Darrel Higham & The Enforcers.
It was sold out and rammed. Officially the venue holds 350 but we heard ‘unofficially’ there were 500+ in there.
This was one of the most enjoyable and memorable gigs of the last year. And to think the week before we were supporting rockabilly legends The Polecats at Nell’s in London.
AGMP Concerts presents Restless 40th Anniversary Concert + very special guests Darrel Higham & The Enforcers and The Kopy Katz.
Neo-rockabilly band Restless celebrate their 40th anniversary with their first London concert in six years.
Their classic debut album "Why Don't You...Just Rock" (1982) is considered one of the finest recordings from the Neo Rockabilly scene.
Restless were regular headliners at the legendary "Klub Foot" nights at the Clarendeon Ballroom in London's Hammersmith and the group supported The Clash, The Pogues, Ramones, The Damned and more.
Darrel Higham is a UK Rockabilly guitarist who has released 20 albums since the 1990's and who was the guitarist in the Imelda May band from 2008 -2015. Darrel has also worked with Jeff Beck, Billy Lee Riley, Shakin' Stevens, Chrissie Hynde, Slim Jim Phantom and more.
The Kopy Katz are a wild, high-octane rockabilly band that cover songs by The Stray Cats as well as 50’s rockers like Eddie Cochran, Carl Perkins, Johnny Cash and Elvis. They even apply their own unique rockabilly sound to T.Rex, The Rolling Stones, Billy Idol and many others.