Black Star Riders with support from Tax the Heat at o2 Academy Sheffield on Wednesday 15th November. The ‘Coming Under Heavy Fire Tour’ was a sell out. Having already stormed in the charts at no.6 with ‘Heavy Fire’ in February and played a sold out European tour, the autumn shows was another highpoint in a triumphant 2017 for Black Star Riders.Read On
Six stunning images as Ed continued his role as official Black Star Riders photographer during their sell out performance at The Holmfirth Picturedrome on Friday 28th July 2017. The gig featured a fantastic performance from the band and was met with rapturous applause from the capacity crowd. About BSR A literal expample of the term ‘SuperGroup’, members of Black Star Riders (Aka BSR) will no doubt make an appearance on any Rock Family Tree worth noting. Bands like Thin Lizzy, The Almighty and Megadeth all contribute to the rich pedigree that forms the band and just looking at the lineup indicates the quality instore. Guitar/Vocalist Ricky Warwick (Thin Lizzy, The Almighty), Lead Guitarists Scott Gorham (Thin Lizzy) and Damon Johnson (Thin Lizzy, Alice Cooper), Bassist Robert Crane (Vince Neil, Ratt) and Drummer Jimmy DeGrasso (Megadeth, Alice Cooper, Dave Lee Roth). Now in their 5th Year after forming in 2012, BSR signed to Nuclear Blast Entertainment and have released 3 albums in this time. The First release in 2013 ‘All Hell Breaks Loose” was met with equal acclaim from fans and press and paved the way for ‘Killer Instinct’ in 2015 and, their most recent release ‘ Heavy Fire’ this year. The majority […]Read On
Black Star Riders have announced a UK and Ireland tour for March 2017 with Backyard Babies, Gun and the Amorettes, to follow the release of third album Heavy Fire. The follow-up to The Killer Instinct is currently being recorded with producer Nick Raskulinecz. Guitarist Scott Gorham says: “It‘s great to be back with Nick. After such a great job on The Killer Instinct it was a no-brainer to continue the relationship. This album is going to blow everyone away.”Read On
Ed Fielding Photography photographs concerts and events mainly for magazines, editorials, advertising and for artists/bands for CD artwork. Ed's work has featured in Rocksound magazine and NME.com as well as many other publications.