Members of local classic rock outfit ROADWAY are heading off to the sun next week. Ross and Ryan McEwen, and bassist Iain Macleod will fly to Cyprus as part of ‘Dave ‘Bucket’ Colwell (formerly of Bad Company’ and Friends band where they play a headline show on the Mediterranean island.

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The brand new project, which has recently completed a Scottish tour, leaves the UK shores for the first time to play this show.

An eleven date headline tour of Scotland saw them play a set featuring the best of Bad Company, Free, as well as tracks from Colwell’s 2010 solo album ‘Guitars, Beers & Tears’ to audiences from Glasgow to Kirkwall.

The gig will take place at the Savino Rock Club in Larnaca, Cyprus where several current members of rock legends WHITESNAKE performed in 2012, so the guys are looking forward to making their own mark at the venue!

This show however will feature a slight line up change from the band that performed on the March Scottish tour, ROADWAY vocalist Dougie Greig, who performed the entire tour with the band is unavailable for the show and is being replaced for this concert by Irish vocalist Ronan Kavanagh. Ronan’s experience includes recording with Jeff Beck and he recently sang live with Queen guitarist Brian May.

The show takes place on Saturday the 11th of May.

Band Line Up: Dave ‘Bucket’ Colwell – Lead Guitar ,
Ronan Kavanagh – Lead Vocals, Ross McEwen – Guitar,
Iain Macleod – Bass, Mark Hunter – Keys, Ryan McEwen – Drums.

Our last review of Dave ‘Bucket’ Colwell formerly of Bad Company & Friends.

To keep up to date with them check the Dave ‘Bucket’ Colwell formerly of Bad Company & Friends Facebook page.

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Mark has played in various bands, firstly in the late 80s to early 90s then more recently with The Wildflowerz and now 'all the Colors'.He has a media background heavily involved in music that has seen him design album covers for Charlie Landsbourgh, write articles on bands like Big Country for newspapers such as the Inverness Courier to promoting the likes of Nik Kershaw on his Scottish tour.You can contact Mark at Mark@Invernessgigs.co.uk