Mike Peters, Fluff, She Said @ The Bistro, Rhyl

By |July 16th, 1998|0 Comments


We all did it 16 years ago, we all laughed at Top Of The Pops as The Alarm mimed their Top 10 hit 68 Guns, the Clash clones of Rhyl had hit the big time & everyone ridiculed them for it.  It was our way of covering our envious jealousy.  The Alarm did it right, they hit it big in America; the bigger market.  But this is where it all started, at The Bistro in Rhyl where you pulled dodgy birds/blokes, while Mike Peters working behind the bar pulled even dodgier pints. Although he doesn’t play that Top 10 hit any longer he made the exception tonight, claiming that he wrote the song while working behind the bar.  Every hair on my head stood on end as the shiver made its way from my brow to the base of my spine as I stood in awe of the nostalgia being presented to me with 2.5KW of power.

By |December 18th, 1988|0 Comments

Mike Peters is blinded on-stage by the intense heat from spotlights. Shows in Birmingmham and London are cancelled. Mike regains sight two weeks later.

The Alarm play UCLA, California

By |April 12th, 1986|0 Comments


Gig was broadcast live to USA, Canada, UK, Italy, Germany, Austria, France, Sweden, Malta, Netherlands, Belgium, Finland, Luxemburg
Later that night the band were entertained at Miles Copeland’s Beverly Hills Home

 

Set List
Declaration
Marching On
Howling Wind
Knife Edge
Blaze Of Glory
Absolute Reality
Where Were You Hiding (When The Storm Broke)?
Walk Forever By My Side
68 Guns
Spirit Of ’76
Strength
The Stand
Knocking On Heavens Door (not on video)
We Are The Light (not on video)

The Alarm play Liverpool

By |May 1st, 1985|0 Comments

The Alarm play Liverpool

By |November 6th, 1984|0 Comments