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The Moons, 93 Feet East, London | reviews, news & interviews

The Moons, 93 Feet East, London

The Moons, 93 Feet East, London

Paul Weller keyboard man makes break for the mainstream

The Moons: Fronted by Paul Weller's keyboardist, Andy Crofts

The keyboard player usually associated with Paul Weller is "Merton" Mick Talbot, who, after leaving mod revival band The Merton Parkas, filled out The Jam’s sound in their twilight days and accompanied Weller’s journey through the Style Council. Andy Crofts of The Moons has made the journey in reverse: currently Weller’s live keyboard player, he also fronts and plays guitar with The Moons, a five-piece he formed in 2007.

As the rest of the band join Crofts, the security man jumps on stage again, shooing them off.

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Nice review. The Kinsmen were before the Moons but also before the penultimate band. A quality set of lads Called Marner Brown. Shame there was no mention of this lot. They are surely set to soar?!

I thought the sound was bad all night to be fair. 93 has never been a great sounding place. Still though, the drum stick to the head was funny as hell!

I dont think the sound was as bad as everyone makes out. It wasnt the best by far but The Moons give off a buzz that covers any glitches. The Moons were still great although you could see there were a few problems on stage. This band are set to be big with such quality songs, take them to a bigger stage i say

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