News: Little Angels

by Adam Aiken

A return of Little Angels appears to be on the cards.

Angels frontman Toby Jepson has confirmed the band members are in touch, and although nothing is planned for the immediate future, he expects there will be another reunion.

Jepson broke the well-received news at the Brickmakers, Norwich, tonight during his show as part of his acoustic My Life In Words tour.

Toby Jepson in Norwich (Picture: Derek Kinsley)
Toby Jepson in Norwich (Picture: Derek Kinsley)

The affable singer played songs from throughout his career, including Angels favourites Young Gods, I Ain’t Gonna Cry and Radical Your Lover.

Between songs, he took questions from the audience. He covered a range of fascinating topics, ranging from getting into the industry to bullying, and from playing with Guns N’ Roses to the heartache of the death of drummer Michael Lee. He also talked about his time with Gun and candidly about his own mental health issues.

Almost inevitably, one of the questions at the intimate gig was about the chances of Little Angels getting back together again, and that was when Jepson said it was likely to happen.

He also confirmed there were some Wayward Sons dates in the pipeline.

Dave Kemp is Toby Jepson's partner on the tour (Picture: Derek Kinsley)
Dave Kemp is Toby Jepson’s partner on the tour (Picture: Derek Kinsley)

Jepson’s tour continues on Tuesday in York. He’s joined on the tour by his longstanding pal and collaborator Dave Kemp (“One of the most talented people I’ve ever known”) on keyboards and sax.

Click here for tickets for the remainder of the tour.

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