Justin Sullivan and Dean White – The Thunderbolt, Bristol

We arrived at 7 to find the sound-check in mid-flow, so were banished to the garden with our drinks for a while. I’d not been in The Thunderbolt for a good 15 years or more, and it’s a fairly cramped venue. Annoyingly I kept finding myself stuck behind taller people, which is something of a rarity for me.

Joolz entertained us for 30 minutes or so with a few poems and endless banter, occasionally accompanied by Justin Sullivan on keyboard or guitar. Then after a short break Justin arrived on stage, joined after the first song by Dean. As always it was a superb set, only slightly spoiled by a few drunk twats in front of us who couldn’t keep quiet.

Changing of the Light
One Bullet
Another Imperial Day (acapella)
La Push
Turn Away
Tales of the Road
Ocean Rising
No Pain
You Weren’t There
Snelsmore Wood

Someone Like Jesus
Stoned, Fired, and Full of Grace
Ballad of Bodmin Pill

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1 Response to Justin Sullivan and Dean White – The Thunderbolt, Bristol

  1. STEVE says:

    Not jealous at all.