“Oldies are goldies.”
Liam Defoe
@ The Night Owl

After a long and relaxing walk this afternoon I decided to end my weekend at The Night Owl as I promised Liam Defoe to catch his show there.

@ The Night Owl

Having seen Liam just yesterday, I knew what I was looking forward to: good old fashioned music straight from the 60s & 70s. Starting with B. B. Kings “Let the good times roll” he totally met my expectations. His deeper but clear voice is perfect for songs like “Blueberry hill” or “Still got the blues” and his interpretations made them very easy to listen to. I felt well entertained and let the good times roll!

Born and bred in Scotland, Liam has dedicated his life to music. Starting around 1960 he has been a musician for nearly 60 years now and played shows all over the UK, Germany and even New Zealand. He even was a solo cabaret artist for almost 7 years. His Second Life career started in 2009 and after a hiatus he is now back since 5 years. Liam covers a wide range of musical genres, singing country, soul, blues or rock. As he has no calendar, make sure to catch him at one of his regular (bi)weekly shows:

Wednesdays; 1am – The Blues Cove (weekly)
Wednesdays; 3am – No Strings (weekly)
Fridays; 3am – Spirit of the Outback (weekly)
Saturdays; 4am – Synplicity (biweekly)
Saturdays; 1pm – Coolers (weekly)
Sundays; 1pm – The Night Owl (biweekly)

The Night Owl is an international and romantic park that offers live music every day with a break on saturdays. The range of the presented music styles includes jazz, blues, rock, funk, folk, varieties and even poets. It is worth a visit.

Thank you Liam – what a great show!

Find more about Liam here:
Group: Liam Defoe’s Love Your Life!
Website / Facebook
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Setlist Liam @ The Night Owl 29.09.2019:
B. B. King – Let the good times roll
Lou Rawls – You’ll never find another love like mine
Sawyer Brown – Leona
Eagles – Peaceful Easy Feeling
Creedence Clearwater Revival – Lodi
Louis Armstrong – Blueberry hill
Odetta – Hit or miss
Deep Purple – Smoke on the water
Gary Moore – Still got the blues
Huey Lewis & The News – Don’t fight it
Otis Redding – Scratch my back
Lou Rawls – Lady love
John Mayall – I’m a sucker for love
Eddie Cochran – Three steps to heaven