Sat, 10/05/14, 19:30 Portsmouth Pyramid Centre
Clarence Esplanade, Southsea, Portsmouth, Hampshire,

80's rockers Truffle will be at the Pyramids Centre in Portsmouth in March 2014. Buy Truffle tickets at Eventim.

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TRUFFLE, Portsmouth Pyramid Centre, 10/05/14
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Truffle are a heavy rock band from Portsmouth, England that gigged all over the UK in the 80's and early 90's.

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    Truffle at Portsmouth Pyramids from Carl, 25/03/13
    Tonight was billed as a celebration of Portsmouth rock music and it certainly lived up to expectations as three of the south coasts finest took to the stage for one night only. The Portsmouth Pyramids Glasshouse quickly filled up with an eager audience waiting to see first band ‘Tightrope’ hit the stage. These guys exude musical professionalism and remind us all what a great melodic rock band they were, and still are. Vocalist Paul now fronts ‘The Mafia’ who are the ‘Truffle’ alter ego playing rock covers around venues on the south coast.

    ‘Siege’, next band on, take to the stage and have the crowd mesmerised with the thundering LED lit bass of vocalist Dave Glover. These guys, again, are an excellent band and just go to show what a rich talent this area has produced over the years.

    Headline band ‘Truffle’ up next. They were one of the top heavy rock bands in this area back in the 70’s and ‘80’s having supported such major acts as ‘Twisted Sister’ and ‘Diamond Head’. They toured relentlessly promoting their own material and played the Rock Gardens Pavilion on this actual site back in the mid 80’s. The songs are heavy, catchy with powerful choruses that wouldn’t be out of place in a much bigger venue to a much bigger crowd. Russ on lead vocals and bass guitar is flanked by guitarists Ritchie and Gary who trade guitar solos that would make Eddie Van Halen sit up and take note. Pete on drums is the powerhouse and along with Russ provides the deep rhythmic groove which underpins their creations. Cliff on keyboards finalises the line up with intricate key riffs and together with the rest of the band power through an hour of classic tracks including ‘Thunderbird’, ‘God of War’, ‘The Bacon Slicer Strikes Again’, ‘Runaway’ and ‘Street fighter’. An excellent sound mix and light show add to the evening and credit must go to the mixing desk for getting the right sound and visual set up.

    All the ‘Truffle’ material is available from High Roller records and the coloured heavy vinyl is a treat to own and read the band’s history in the classic gate fold sleeves. ‘The Mafia’ play on a regular basis and are extremely popular to this day. Tonight was a joy and a celebration of Portsmouth music with three of the top bands which will now hopefully prove to be a kick start for further gigs in the not too distant future. 20 years is too long to wait for the next reunion, these bands proved that they are too good for that.

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