28/1 Emmy The Great
11/2 Colour Me Wednesday, The Tuts, Spoonboy, 12/2 Rae Morris (1)
7/3 The Young'uns, The Unthanks,
27/3 Fraser A. Gorman, Courtney Barnett (1)
14/4 My Babies, Seasick Steve, 24/4 Reginald D. Hunter, Sara Pascoe & others
27/5 The Dunwells, NEEDTOBREATHE
26/6 Glastonbury: The Weaves, Hinds, Catfish & The Bottlemen, Wolf Alice, Wilko Johnson, Thea Gilmore, Billy Bragg (1)
27/6 Glastonbury: The Unthanks (2), Courtney Barnett (2), Burt Bacharach, La Femme, Courtney Barnett (3), Nick Lowe, Paul Carrack and Andy Fairweather Low, The Moody Blues
27/6 Glastonbury: Denai Moore, Jack Garratt, Rae Morris (2), The Staves, Future Islands, Paul Weller, The Who
29/8 Against Me!, The Gaslight Anthem
10/9 Ian Anderson, 29/9 Perluche, Willie J. Healey, Summer Camp
24/11 Duke Special, Billy Bragg (2), 25/11 Big Scary, Courtney Barnett (4), 28/11 Adam Double, Jools Holland & His Rhythm and Blues Orchestra
14/12 Stevie Parker, Meadowlark
I always enjoy live gigs, but big highlights included Burt Bacharach, Courtney Barnett, Hinds, La Femme, The Moody Blues and my finally seeing The Who at Glastonbury.
Rae Morris at The Electric Brixton, Courtney Barnett at The Forum and Jools & His Orchestra at the Royal Albert Hall were also very special times.
There are already bookings in place for five gigs between next February and November.
Bring on 2016!